Scottish Highlands, United Kingdom
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Join an open-top double-decker bus tour for an insight into the development of the city from the original street between Castle and Kirk, with the oldest building Abertarff House, to the recently completed Highland Archive Center. Inverness has had 5 castles through the centuries with many famous visitors, not all welcome, Macbeth, Robert the Bruce, Mary Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie among them. Plan your day from the top of a double-decker bus, with 360-degree panoramic views of the city. Visit the many churches, including St Andrews Cathedral, one of local architect Dr Alexander Ross’s finest buildings. On the Western outskirts of the city, see Tomnahurich Hill and the Caledonian Canal, hop-off for great panoramic views of Kessock Bridge, The Black Isle and the Inverness Firth out to Fort George. Discover the flight of 5 locks at Muirtown, constructed in 1822 by Thomas Telford to bring the Caledonian Canal to sea level. Finally, pass by the South side of Inverness Castle to see Flora MacDonald’s statue, the 3 Graces, then along General Wades road by Bellfield Park to Holm Mills shopping village. Tour Stops: 1. Visitor Information Centre 2. Ness Bank - Bellfied Park 3. Castle Street - Town House 4. Queensgate - Gaelic Church 5. Inverness Bus Station 6. Huntly Street 7. Eden Court - Bishops Road 8. Bught Avenue 9. Tomnahurich Bridge 10. Dochgarroch Lock 11. Telford Street
• With your voucher, enjoy flexible access for up to 12 months from the travel date you select at check-out • First tour: 9:30 AM (departs from stop 4: Inverness Bus Station) • Last tour: 3:15 OM • Duration: 60 minutes • Frequency: every 60 minutes • Ticket validity: 24 hours
Staff was wonderful, tour recording very informative, some areas not worthy of driving through or to. Inverness is a lovely city, but not really a good fit for hop on and off bus tour.
Very nice trip with prerecorded short summary of Inverness and Highlands history. The driver was also very nice and funny.
Nett um eine Übersicht über die Stadt zu erhalten aber eigentlich ist die Stadt zu klein und hat nichts was so herausragend ist erwähnt zu werden !
Weather made it but low branches on the near side were dangerous. One of our party was hit on the face.
Site seeing bus was broken down. Tour was held through normal site seeing bus.
der Bus fährt viel zu schnell / es ist praktisch unmöglich, vom offenen Deck aus Photos zu machen. Hhmm... von drinnen alleine schon aufgrund der dreckigen Fenster nicht möglich Personal sehr nett und zuvorkommend
Could have walked around most of it in the hour, except for the strange long journey out of town to a car park were I think you can get,a boat trip.
Great way to see the City! Love the hop-on/hop-off!
Los locales, ignoran totalmente la información a cerca de las paradas del bus. No pudimos acceder al bus dado que, aún habiéndole visibles señales al conductor, no se detuvo.
The narrator was a little difficult to hear and understand. The driver was fantastic. He was friendly and energetic... a very nice man.
In einer Stadt, in die wir das erste Mal reisen, nehmen wir zuerst immer diese Art von Bustouren in Anspruch, Inverness ist aber zu klein und hat zuwenig attraktive Gebäude für diese Tour. In der Werbung wird mit mehreren Sprachen geworben, der Tourguide auf Band ist aber nur in Englisch. Und da es oftmals sehr eng zugeht, passt das Band nicht immer mit den gerade sichtbaren Gebäuden zusammen
the big red bus was not road worthy and the bus used was crowded and the driver/guide had to concentrate on driving so wasn't great. He was charging half price but we had pre-purchased so paid full price.
Die Erklärung kommt nur in Englisch über einen Lautsprecher. Ist neben den Fahrgeräuschen oft schwer zu verstehen. Erste Hälfte ist lieb anzusehen, vieles wird leider nicht erklärt. Solala
Driver was very helpful
The tour was just right, we managed to get an overview of Inverness. The driver(s) were really nice and helpful and gave the boys an gave them activity packs for their tour.
Tour agréable malgré le vent