Ardersier
Inverness
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Things To Do in Ardersier

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4.3/5
38 Reviews
Historical Architecture
Castle
隨時出走Inverness Castle is the highest in Inverness. Upon arriving at the accommodation, I lost my luggage and rushed to the castle. I walked along the river bank and the scenery was pleasant. By the way, almost no one was walking on the road. I went to the castle and found it was being renovated. In the middle, I had to make a detour and walk down the block to stroll around. Europeans are very leisure, and many shops have opened foreigners. I found a family willing to receive me. I bought a pair of rainbow rain boots. They are so beautiful. They are the most memorable item in my life (currently)^^
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4.5/5
192 Reviews
_We***24The lake is frozen year-round, steep and densely wooded. The northern end of the lake is a river that connects the North Sea. It is the third largest freshwater lake in Britain at the northern end of the Grand Canyon fault that runs through the Highlands of Scotland. The only channel to contact the lake is the Nice River, which is 52 feet above sea level, 24 miles long and one mile wide.
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4.5/5
15 Reviews
Military Site
隨時出走The Battlefield of Culloden is a museum built to commemorate the Battle of Culloden. It occupies a very large area and several landmark buildings are still there. The museum retains some ancient weapons and objects. The most worth mentioning is that there is an exhibition hall with white walls on all sides. After the visitors enter, the Culloden War Epidemic will be screened! I was crying, and the troops from both sides rushed from all sides, watching the people of Scotland (of all tribes) holding swords against the guns of the English army! Hit the rocks with pebbles, the battle was broken, the roar of killing the enemy, the rumble of guns , Struck towards the center (where I stood), immersed in the environment, super scary, although Scotland suffered heavy casualties, but won! So later Scotland existed.
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4/5
28 Reviews
River
山水人生On the banks of the Ness River that flows through the city of Inverness, we saw the spires of several tall cathedrals or bell towers in the center of the city. In such a dense area, it is rare for many ancient buildings to compete with each other. . Stroll along the lake, then cross the pedestrian suspension bridge built in the 19th century across the River Ness, to the center of the city paved with stone roads. The historical heritage of this city is immediately presented to us at a glance. On both sides of the streets in the city center, shops are basically closed for weekends and holidays, but bars and cafes are lively. When I walked into the bar, I saw that the people in it were singing and dancing very high. It seems that I can appreciate the unrestrained character of the Scots here.
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4.2/5
19 Reviews
Historical Architecture
358***33St. Andrew's Cathedral, also called Inverness Cathedral, is located directly opposite Inverness Castle on the west bank of the River Ness. The church was built in 1869 and belongs to the Gothic architectural style. The church is very large, including some brick-red towers along the coast, which belong to this church, so it should be the largest church in northern England. The church is free to visit.
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4.5/5
17 Reviews
隨時出走Grieg Avenue Bridge, I didn’t see where the beauty is? The buildings on both sides of the strait are beautiful. I rushed back to my accommodation before dark. I only walked aside and photographed the two steeple buildings. It's a pity to visit, I don't know when to visit again next time~