Disponibile fino al 31 Marzo 2018
Escursioni a Inverness - Inverness Airport Lounge
Escursioni a Inverness: The Aspire Lounge at Inverness overlooks the busy airport terminal and the runway, meaning guests can watch all of the comings and goings of the busy airfield, from the pleasure and comfort of our lounge. We are open to all guests departing from the airport, irrespective of class or airline.
The Aspire Lounge boasts a wide array of complimentary food and drinks, which is included in the entry cost. Food items such as freshly prepared bacon rolls and croissants are provided during breakfast, and we have Soup of the Day available until close. Don't hesitate in helping yourself to as much or as little as you like.
To quench your thirst, we offer a breadth of complimentary premium wines, beers, spirits and soft drinks.
Our free and unlimited wifi service in the Aspire Lounge allows you to catch up on those last minute emails, or even download the latest bestselling book. You could even be the envy of your friends by checking-in on Social Media.
*Please be advised that this lounge is exclusive to travelers and is only accessible once passed through security with a valid boarding pass.
Start/opening time: From 1st November 2016 to 31st January 2017: Monday to Fridays and Sundays: 5:30am to 6.30pm. Saturdays: 5.30am to 2.30pm.
From 1st February 2017 to 31st October 2017: Monday to Sundays: 5.30am to 6.15pm.

Disponibile fino al 31 Marzo 2018
Escursioni a Inverness - Inverness tourist bus
Escursioni a Inverness: The name Inverness comes from the Scottish Gaelic “Inbhir Nis” meaning the mouth of the River Ness. The Burgh of Inverness was granted a Royal Charter by King David of Scotland in the 12th century and has grown steadily ever since. Inverness is renowned for being the administrative, distribution and cultural centre of Northern Scotland and through the last quarter of the 20th century, was one of the fastest growing towns in Western Europe. This was rewarded by Inverness being granted City status at the millennium. The city offers a warm welcome to a lively place with a modern outlook with plenty of things to do and see.
The open top double-decker bus tour gives 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 Centre. Inverness has had 5 castles through the centuries with many famous visitors, not all welcome, McBeth, 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 which is probably one of Iocal architect Dr Alexander Ross’s finest buildings. On the Western outskirts of the City the tour highlights Tomnahurich Hill and the Caledonian Canal, where you could hop off for a Jacobite Cruise on Loch Ness before taking the higher ground for great panoramic views of Kessock Bridge, The Black Isle and the Inverness Firth out to Fort George. The tour introduces the flight of 5 locks at Muirtown constructed in 1822 by Thomas Telford to bring the Caledonian Canal to sea level. The final section of the tour takes you 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.
Relax in Whin Park, stroll by the boating pond and perhaps do a few lengths in the Swimming Pool. There are also sports facilities in the city which is home to the highland team sport of Shinty. You may wish to spend your evening at the recently modernized Eden Court Theatre, situated on the banks of the River Ness. The theatre presents a selection of performances including top plays and live music and also offers a cinema. The Ice Centre will appeal to skaters and hockey players. Maybe you’d like to try your hand at curling, or simply watch the experts from the comfort of the bar which overlooks the Ice Pad.
Meeting/pick-up point: Bridge Street ( Stop1).
Duration: 50 minutes.
Start/opening time: Every 60 minutes from March 25 to September 28 at 10am. Ticket Length : 24 hours.
-End/closing time: At 5pm.
Languages: English.

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