Inverness

Coach Trips: Inverness

Student Tours Scotland takes you to the tourist heart of Northern Scotland - Inverness. It's a young city but one with a lot of history. A great many important events in our history took part in or near this fantastic place. We'll stop in two smaller places for a short break on the way here and the way home but we'll spend the majority of the day in Inverness. Please note that this trip will involve a long coach journey. This Student Tours Scotland tour will make the most of the short time we have.

Photos from Previous "Inverness" tours

September 2012: HERE

Ness Islands Woodland Walkway

After a long journey, Student Tours Scotland will take you into Inverness in style. We'll head through the Ness Islands, a beautiful parkland area featuring it's own train, a lot of large trees and some of the nicest scenery in Inverness. You'll get some stories as we head into the city centre.

City of Inverness

Inverness is a new city. It's still pretty small compared to many of the cities in Scotland. Student Tours Scotland will take you around and give you time to spare around the centre. There are plenty of good buildings, cool cafes, awesome shops and monuments all around.

The Drive to and from Inverness

This is one long Student Tours Scotland tour. On the drive to Inverness we will take the A9 and stop in Aviemore for a brief time with a comfort break somewhere else as well. We will also travel home a different way and pass Loch Ness. We won't have time to stop sadly but you'll get to enjoy the view.

Essentials

The golden rule with every Student Tours Scotland trip is to have fun. No exceptions. To do this you will need to take some information into account. Remember that Scotland has ‘interesting’ weather. It can be beautifully sunny one minute and then raining the next. It can be cold in the morning but warm in the afternoon. Every day is different. You need to be prepared. Always dress for the rain and the cold. Wear good shoes or at least a pair you are comfortable in. You can always leave things on the coach if the weather allows.
Remember your camera. The scenery in Scotland is among the most beautiful in the world. You won’t want to miss out on those precious memories.
If you have a smartphone or device with internet access remember to bring it with you. There will be social media competitions along the way.
Most importantly stay safe. Listen to your guide. You are responsible for keeping yourself safe when out and about. If you follow the advice and signs then you will be sure to have fun.