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Taking a trip to Inverness

The largest city and cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands, Inverness is a city with far more fantastic attractions to explore than its size would suggest, each just waiting to be enjoyed. As Scotland's most northerly city, visiting Inverness offers everything from daytime Dolphin Cruises - perfect to experience on a warm summer's day - to an authentic Victorian Market, where you'll find a variety of covered shops and local coffee roasters to sample during your visit. With so much to love, why not plan your next trip and while away your days exploring some of Inverness's hidden gems? 

The capital of the Scottish Highlands

Inverness is situated at the mouth of the River Ness, flowing from nearby Loch Ness. Attracting a diverse range of visitors from across the world for its natural landscapes, quaint towns, medieval ruins and prehistoric sites, Inverness is a great place for nature lovers looking to explore its vast landscape, with many hiking and cycling trails of various lengths that run along its canals, lakes, and forests.


Getting you there

With many great value fares on offer, travelling to Inverness by coach with Citylink is the perfect way to make sure your journey is as comfortable and connected as possible. With more legroom than ever and free Wi-Fi onboard, you can take time to enjoy the scenery and snap some insta-worthy content for your social media as you travel along this route!

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From Edinburgh and Glasgow, Citylink can get you to Inverness in under 4 hours.

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