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20.03.2020
GOVERNMENT CORONAVIRUS MEASURES: CHANGES TO SCOTTISH CITYLINK COACH SERVICES
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13.01.2020
FREE TRAVEL ON SCOTTISH CITYLINK SERVICES BETWEEN GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH ALL WEEKEND TO CELEBRATE NEW VEHICLE LAUNCH
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Inverness is the City in the Highlands where you’ll find the warmest of welcomes - whether you choose to visit, explore, shop or just relax. This most picturesque of cities it is located on the banks of the River Ness and its suspension bridges allow visitors to discover Ness islands, sub-tropical horticultural extravaganzas and much, much more.

OfferAwarded city status in 2003 the city is well known for its floral displays and and is located against the backdrop of Ben Wyvis.

Belfast Castle
Blair Athol Distillery

Standing at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands in Pitlochry, Blair Athol Distillery produces a 12 Year Old Single Malt Whisky. Established in 1798 it is one of the oldest working distilleries in Scotland. Open to visitors all year round.

Belfast Castle
Cairngorm Mountain Ltd

The UK’s 5th highest mountain, CairnGorm is one of the most stunningly beautiful recreation areas in Scotland. It attracts skiers, snowboarders, ski mountaineers, climbers, walkers, bird watchers, study groups, scientists and sight seeing visitors.

Belfast Castle
Inverness Castle

Originally a late 11th century earth and timber fortress, Inverness Castle has been rebuilt, extended and reinforced on numerous occasions over the centuries. Today, The Drum Tower of Inverness Castle houses an exhibition portraying the medieval castle and is open throughout the summer season.

Belfast Castle
Loch Ness

Scotland’s largest body of water by volume, Loch Ness is bordered by spectacular countryside teeming with wildlife as well as historic attractions, natural wonders, delightful places to stay and warm, welcoming, first class eateries.

Belfast Castle
Urquhart Castle

Combining panoramic views of the famous Loch Ness with dramatic accounts of the castle’s bloody history as a medieval fortress from the 13th to the 17th centuries, a visit to Urquhart Castle is both enriching and rewarding.

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