Inverness is the capital of the Highlands, which is the largest city and the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands. Bught Park, the setting for the event, is situated on the western bank of the River Ness and is home to the Inverness Highland Games, outdoor music festivals and now Piping Inverness.
Easily accessible by road, rail and air, Inverness and the surrounding area offers a range of places to stay from hotels to bed-and-breakfast accommodation, self-catering, and camping.
There is so much to see and do in the area – from watching dolphins on the cruises, exploring the Castle; to eating at the local family run restaurants and drinking at Inverness’ well-known pubs and clubs – that taking a long weekend, if not a week, to explore the area is a must. You will realise you need to come back and stay longer!
Whether you are into a dram or drama, curling up by the fire or kayaking there is something for everyone.
To help you plan your visit comprehensive information about what to see and do, where to eat and where to stay in Inverness, is available at www.inverness-scotland.com
Competition to stay in north of Scotland
Inverness is set to be the new home of the European Pipe Band Championships for the next three consecutive years.
The announcement comes at the end of the 2018 European Pipe Band Championships, which took place today (Saturday 30th June) in Forres.
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