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Located on Scotland's northeast coast, Inverness is situated where the river Ness enters the North Sea at the Moray Firth. The Scottish Highlands, the most mountainous region of the UK, form a stunning backdrop to this small city. With a population of 60,000, Inverness is no bustling metropolis. But it is big enough to have all the amenities a traveler needs while functioning as a gateway to a fascinating part of Scotland.
The origins of Inverness are lost in time, but it's known there was a settlement here in 569 AD when St. Columba came to try to convert the inhabitants to Christianity. A church was built when Inverness now stands, followed by a castle. In fact, the castle was built by Malcolm III after he destroyed a previous castle owned by Mac Bethad, later immortalized by Shakespeare as Macbeth.
The strategic location of the town means it has seen plenty of battles through the years. Wars between Highland clans were frequent, as were raids from Norway across the sea. In the 18th century, the Battle of Culloden took place outside Inverness and was decisive in setting the future course of Scottish history.
But apart from its ancient past, Inverness is a city that's facing the future. One of the fastest-growing towns in Europe, it is also continually ranked as one of the happiest places in the UK.
As a small city, many of Inverness's top attractions lie outside the town itself. However, you can also find lots to do inside the city. And because it's relatively small, you won't have to travel far to see Inverness's main attractions.
See one of the city's most iconic buildings at Inverness Castle. As far as castles go, this one is relatively new, built in 1836 after the Jacobites blew up the medieval castle that once stood here. With its dramatic setting overlooking the river, the castle is still a great place to visit.
Explore the past of Inverness at the Inverness Museum and Art Gallery. This fascinating collection contains artifacts from the earliest periods of the city's history right up to the present day. It gives you a useful overview of the forces that have shaped the town.
Visit the spiritual heart of the city at the Old High Church. The current building is from the 18th century, but its site goes back to the earliest era of Inverness's history. The church occupies the place where St. Columba built the first Christian church back in Celtic times.
Explore nature on the Ness Islands. This series of islands in the River Ness form part of a city park, and are a great place to get some fresh air and stretch your legs without leaving the city.
Shop like a local at the Victorian market. This covered market is the perfect place to explore the cuisine of the Scottish Highlands, and there are plenty of cafes and restaurants to refresh yourself. Plus, you'll find lots of stalls where you can pick up unique souvenirs and gifts for those back home.
Inverness airport services a handful of locations in the UK. It can be reached from the city via bus route 10. For a larger airport, you'll need to go to Aberdeen.
Inverness railway station is right in the heart of the city. Trains call here from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, and many other cities throughout the UK. You can even take the Caledonia Sleeper all the way from London, which travels the length of the UK overnight, arriving at Inverness in the morning.
Stagecoach Inverness provides bus services in the city. The city bus station is just across the street from the train station, and all of the town’s bus routes call there.
Because of its small size, Inverness is an extremely walkable town. And even when you want to get out of the city, the excellent transit links make it easy to get around without a car. But however you choose to travel, you won't want to be weighed down by heavy bags. That's why Bounce provides luggage storage in Inverness to help you get around. Drop off any size bags while you explore the city and the region.
Whisky tour: You can't visit the Highlands of Scotland without indulging in one of the country's most famous exports. Take a whisky tour through the Highlands to see where the so-called water of life is made. Each region of Scotland has its own style of whiskey. Inverness is close to Speyside, which makes some of the most accessible whiskeys for novices. However, the Highland region is also close by, offering stronger, peatier whiskeys for connoisseurs. A whiskey tour lets you try drams from many different distilleries and hopefully find a new favorite. To make your tour more pleasant, leave any heavy bags behind with an Inverness luggage storage provider.
Loch Ness: See one of Scotland’s most iconic locations at Loch Ness. This deep and mystical lake is surrounded by mountains and dominated by the majestic Urquhart Castle. There are plenty of walking trails in the hills around the loch, or you can take a boat tour for the best viewpoint of the scenery and some background knowledge on the history and geology of the area. There are no guarantees you’ll see the famous Loch Ness monster, but you never know until you try.
Ben Nevis: Visit the tallest mountain in the UK at Ben Nevis. Hikers and fans of the wilderness won't want to miss this towering mountain that can be reached in around an hour and a half from Inverness. Regular buses leave the city for the mountain, and the hike to the summit takes around seven to nine hours round-trip. If that's a little ambitious, there are plenty of shorter walking trails that allow you to enjoy the countryside and spectacular views of the mountain. Make sure to leave your bags behind at a luggage storage shop in Inverness before you go.
How much does luggage storage cost in Inverness?
The price for luggage storage in Inverness is just $5.90/bag for the entire day.
Is it safe to store your bags in Inverness?
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $5,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Inverness.
Are there storage lockers in Inverness?
Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Inverness. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Inverness where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $5,000 Bounce Gurantee.
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