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River Ness & Inverness Castle
Inverness © Swenja

German walking tour of Inverness

From £12.75 per adult

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January — December

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Join me on this one and a half hour walking tour of Inverness city centre. Tour led in German.

During this one and a half hour walking tour I will take you through the city centre of Inverness, the “Capital of the Highlands”.

I will show you many impressive buildings, places of historical importance and explain, what part Inverness played during the Jacobite rebellions.

Step back in time and discover the beginnings of this former market town, how it rapidly grew in the 19th century and its transformation into a modern city over the last 50 years.

There will be long lost tales, horrible histories, surprising facts, modern day curiosities and even a few Outlander references for fans of the series.

Meeting point is on the riverbanks next to the Cathedral at the "Paths around Inverness" sign. All tours need to be pre-booked.

Contact details

Auf Tour in den Highlands
Inverness
Highlands
United Kingdom
IV2 3UE
Starting
Inverness City Centre
Length
2
Hours
Transport
Walking
Type
Small Group (1-16)
Languages
German
Themes
City History Walking

Tour prices

From

  • £12.75 Per Adult
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Prices are subject to change depending on season

Tour company information

Auf Tour in den Highlands

Hi! My name is Swenja and I am a German tour guide, based in Inverness and covering the Scottish Highlands. Discover the turbulent history of Inverness on one of my informative walking tours of the city centre. I also offer private tours of the Highlands, including shore excursions from Highland ports like Invergordon, which are designed to reflect your personal wishes and interests.

Opening times

8.00 - 20.00

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