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For Who?
Armchair Travellers
How Long?
1 hr
From Where?
From the comfort of your home
How Much?

up to 8 Participants

Your Adventure

A Live Town Walk Just for You!

The Highland Capital for Armchair Travellers:
The Highlands and Islands are officially the happiest place to live in Scotland. As a result, Inverness has repeatedly been crowned the happiest city in Scotland. On our virtual live town walk through the streets and alleys of „Inversneckie", we will send some love and happiness straight to the comfort of your home. The tour will take you to the town's famous and lesser-known landmarks and to a very special quirky place.

We start our tour on Castle Hill from where you will have a brilliant view of the River Ness and the lovely buildings on either side of the river. You will hear about the history of the castle, Mary Queen of Scot’s visit of Inverness, and of a flying dog. We will also tell you why Inverness Castle is actually not a castle although it pretty much looks like one.

Right in front of the castle, we find the statue of Flora Macdonald, our national heroine, and a remarkable woman. We will tell you her story and about the Jacobite Rebellions before we head to one of Inverness’s most impressive buildings, Inverness Town House. It was built in the late 19th century in the Flemish-Baronial style and has just recently been restored to its former glory, which resulted in some Invernesians complaining that it would look way to clean now. Hear about the town house, the Merkat Cross in front of it and of the rather amusing story of two long lost dogs who managed to be found just at the right time to take their rightful place again.

From the town house, we head down Church Street, referred to as the “King’s Highway” by some locals. We walk past the oldest secular house in Inverness into the graveyard of the Old High Kirk. There, on St Michaels Mount, some of the darkest events in Scottish history have occurred after the Battle of Culloden in 1746.

We then travel forward in time back into the Inverness of the 21st century and will give you a glimpse of one of the quirkiest bookshops in Scotland before we end the tour with a Q&A session.


- Inverness Castle
- Flora Macdonald Statue
- River Ness
- Inverness Town House
- Abertarff House
- Old High Kirk
- Leakey's Bookshop

Not Included

- Private Virtual Tour for up to 8 Participants
- Professional Guide


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Tour Times

Monday - Sunday
from 09.30 h

Choose a date and time that is convenient to you during the booking process.

Different time zone?
We are either running on Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) or British Summer Time (BST), which is an hour ahead of GMT. If our service hours don’t work with your time zone, just get in touch for a personal arrangement.

Starting Point

From the comfort of your home, your office or your favourite outdoor spot - all you need is a stable internet connection.

Further Information


Please refer to the tour description and the information in this section to decide whether a particular tour is suitable for you and your group before you make your booking.

Suitable for all age groups.

Walking Sections





Walking Time:




- PC, Laptop or Tablet and a stable internet connection.

We will send you a link with further information after booking.
The number of participants is limited to eight devices.

Accessibility  |  Dietary, Mobility & Special Requirements

We are always happy to make adjustments to our tours to make them more enjoyable for you.

If there is anything we can do or provide, please let us know.

Please inform us about any allergies or specific dietary requirements.

Click here for further information.

COVID-19 Measures

We adhere to the latest government and public health guidance to keep you and us safe and we practice social distancing and maintain the highest hygiene standards on our tours. We have committed to the Good to Go scheme launched by Visit Britain that recognises good practise in following COVID-19 guidelines and have adapted the STGA Good To Go Protocol. For more information on how we implement these guidelines on our tours, please click here.

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Booking & Cancellation Policy

Book your Highland Adventure online and pay by Debit or Credit Card.
Advance Booking is strongly recommended. Online Bookings are closing 48 hours prior to tour start.

If you prefer to pay for your tour in a different way or would like to make a last-minute enquiry, just contact us by phone or email to discuss your options.

We strongly recommend that guests arrange suitable travel, medical, and cancellation insurance prior to their booking.


We know that planning can be a difficult task in uncertain times.
Therefore, we have worked out a straightforward Cancellation Policy for Online Bookings:


  • You can reschedule your tour free of charge if things are not working out the way they were planned.

  • If you need to cancel your tour, the following Cancellation Policy applies:

Walking Tours & Virtual Tours

Up to 24 hours prior to tour start

Less than 24 hours prior to tour start

0% of the agreed rate & third party costs*

100% of the agreed rate & third party costs*

Half and Full-Day Tours

Up to 14 days prior to tour start

Less than 48 hours prior to tour start

50% of the agreed rate & third party costs*

100% of the agreed rate & third party costs*

*) Cancellation costs or processing fees from third-party providers incurred for the specific booking will be charged in addition.

For further information, please refer to our Terms & Conditions.


Any Questions or Special Requirements?
If there is anything you would like to know or discuss before you place your booking, just get in touch:

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