Urquhart Castle is a millennium old castle on the shores of Loch Ness, a ruined wall but fully integrated with the beauty of the place, as legendary as the mysterious Loch Ness.
Traveling to England, this stop goes to the Loch Ness region in the Scottish Highlands. This ancient castle style is located in the middle of Loch Ness. It is one of the largest castles in Scotland and a famous attraction in the Scottish Highlands. This castle was built around 1600. The current damaged castle was mainly caused by the bombing of the defenders themselves in order to prevent it from being occupied by the Jacobites in 1691. I heard that the ruins below are from 580 AD. A fortress site, this castle overlooks Urquhart Bay.
Another old castle stands by the river, but after the baptism of history, it has become fragmented, only the ruined walls have been restored to their original appearance based on imagination. The grassy grass is so beautiful.
Urquhart Castle, the largest castle in the Scottish Highlands, is not far from Loch Ness and is worth checking in. It is really classic style, simple and vicissitudes, as if you have returned to ancient Britain, and its style is unique among many British castles!
This castle is the largest castle in the Scottish Highlands, located on the high ground by Loch Ness. The defenders deliberately blew it up in 1692 to prevent it from falling to the Jacobins and gave up.
Now only a few remnants can be seen on the scene. Some restored objects can be seen in the visitor center.
There is a guided tour near Taki, and it leaves at a fixed time every day.
Viewing the scenery of Loch Ness from a high altitude is really magnificent.
Preston_Dominguez: Drumnadrochit, Inverness, Inverness-shire IV63 6XJ
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Loch Ness,Urquhart Castle