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|Airlines||easyJet, British Airways, Flybe, Loganair|
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Hunting for mythological creatures and sampling Scotch whisky aren’t exploits that would normally go hand in hand. But they certainly do in Inverness. Nessie enthusiasts and lovers of single malt unite to sample all that this spectacular Scottish city has to offer. So book your flights to Inverness and experience the magic of this enchanting gem in the Scottish Highlands.
The weather in Inverness is about as predictable as Nessie sightings. It can be sun-drenched one minute and bucketing down the next. You’ll want to pack a rain coat all year round. Spring and summer tend to be the best times if you’re after mild temperatures, and cheap flights to Inverness can be snapped up in spring and autumn. Inverness is booming with festivals and cultural events during these seasons, too. Check out the tunes at the Inverness Music Festival, usually held in March. If you’re a fitness fanatic then the City of Inverness Highland Games are not to be missed in July. Visiting in autumn? Break out your inner toughie at the Prime Four Beast Race around Loch Ness. Winters can be pretty chilly, but if you’re looking for a bargain, this is the best time to get cheap tickets to Inverness – and you can always warm up with a hot toddy!
Return flights to Inverness are plentiful and can be booked in a flash. A bunch of airports zip visitors to this Highland beauty all year round. EasyJet has a slick schedule of direct flights to Inverness from London Gatwick Airport and London Luton Airport. British Airways leads the way in London Heathrow Airport. EasyJet also zooms up to Inverness from Bristol Airport. Flybe offers direct flights to Inverness out of George Best Belfast City Airport, Birmingham Airport and Manchester International Airport.
When your flight to Inverness lands in Inverness Airport, the city centre is only a highland fling away at nine miles. A car hire is a good idea if you fancy motoring around the Scottish Highlands during your stay. A regular bus service will get you to the centre of the action in about 30 minutes for under £5. Or if you’re laden down with luggage, you can always pop into the city centre in a taxi for less than £15.
Prepare to be simply enchanted by all the magical delights that Inverness has to offer. The city boasts a major literary highlight with Cawdor Castle, a must-see for fans of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Get your own creative juices flowing with a few nips of single malt whisky at the Glen Ord Distillery. If water is your liquid of choice, cruise across Loch Ness in a boat tour, and don’t forget to pack a camera in case Nessie decides to pop up for a selfie.
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