Inverness is a well-connected city, making it easy to take car, bus, train or plane for a memorable fishing trip. And once you are here, there’s lots of bed and breakfast accommodation, hotels and restaurants to cater for all your needs, and welcoming pubs where you can savour fine Highland malt whiskies and recall your catch of the day.
If you are taking the car, the main routes into the Highlands are the A9 from Scotland’s central belt, the A82 from the south-west (Loch Lomond and Argyll) and the A96 from the north-east (Aberdeen).
Flights to Inverness are very competitively priced from London Gatwick, Luton and Heathrow, and from Bristol, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester. Check the web sites of easyJet, Flybe and British Airways.
Daily and overnight train services operate direct to Inverness from London while buses run to the Highland Capital via Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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