Inverness is the beautiful city located at the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Being the administrative and commercial hub of the country, Inverness Scotland is an important city. Also called the "Gateway to the Highlands" the city of Inverness attracts thounds of tourists to its land. Since the city is located on the south side of the Moray Firth in close proximity with the Ness River, you should not miss the chance of walking down the islands of Ness. The island is absolutely stunning and offers myriads of option to explore it. Whether you go around the place pedaling on a bicycle, or take a walk along the river, the choice is entirely your.

Inverness Castle is well known fortress in Scotland. The castle was built in the year 1847 to substitute a medieval castle. Today the castle serves as a sheriff court and visiting the castle is not entertained. Inverness Museum & Art Gallery displays an excellent collection of Pictish stones, wildlife dioramas and historic armaments. Another important place of interest is the Inverness Cathedral that is built in the name of St Andrew. This is a cathedral that belongs to the Scottish Episcopal Church and is the seat of the ordinary of the Diocese of Moray, Ross and Caithness. The oldest church in Inverness is the Old High Church sited on the St Michael's Mount. The church has bee standing since the Celtic times and prides itself for being the oldest existing building in the city of Inverness Scotland.