Join our local guide on a private walking tour of Inverness. From St Columba visit in 565 AD, through the Jacobite uprising of 1745 to the vibrant City that Inverness has become. Hear tales of Nessie, our most talked about Loch Ness celebrity.
The 2 hour guided private walk, will allow you to take in our many monuments, spectacular scenery and find out more about the people and animals that inhabit Inverness, The Capital of the Highlands of Scotland.
Your experienced and qualified guide Cath is as local resident who is enthusiastic about her City. Immerse your self in the culture of this vibrant City with a walking tour to find out how the Highlanders lived in the past and continue to live in the present day.
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Tour itinerary is dependent on the guests interests, time of day and access to venues.
The recent Outlander TV series has drawn many people to Inverness, and the Highlands, to find out the real history behind the scenes. Several of the sites and stories in the series have come directly from our local history.
A recent survey, by a national house seller, saw Inverness coming second as the happiest places to live in Britain. Find out what makes Inverness such a great place to live and why Inverness is one of the fastest growing cities in Europe.
In recognition that this business has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.
Our guided walks around Inverness are run by Cath a local to Inverness. Find out about Inverness's heroes, heroines, and history. Visit our historic sites and view the beautiful scenery of the river Ness. From St Columba's visit in AD 565, through the Battle of Culloden 1746 to our thriving City as it is today. The 90 minutes guided walk will allow you to take in our many monuments, spectacular scenery and find out more about the people and animals that inhabit Inverness. Cath is also a Scottish Tourist Guide Association Green Badge Holder, her speciality is the North Highlands of Scotland.