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A stone memorial at Culloden Battlefield commemorates the Battle of Culloden fought on April 16th, 1746. It honors fallen Highlanders who fought for Scotland and Prince Charlie, marked by the names of their clans.

Step Back in Time With a Visit to Culloden Battlefield

Fancy visiting the Highlands without a car? Why not start your adventure in its cultural capital, Inverness. The thriving city is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking to learn and explore. With so many exciting places on its doorstep, it’s no wonder Inverness is the hub of the Highlands. So, if you fancy learning about things to do in Inverness without a car, this Happy Tours blog is the perfect place to start. We’ll be covering accessible attractions, transport links and the delights of the scenic Highlands this winter.

A steam train crosses a stone viaduct over a lush valley with hills in the background, reminiscent of iconic Scottish locations often featured in film and TV, capturing the essence of the Highlands.

Discover Enchanting Scottish Locations from Film and TV in the Highlands

Fancy visiting the Highlands without a car? Why not start your adventure in its cultural capital, Inverness. The thriving city is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking to learn and explore. With so many exciting places on its doorstep, it’s no wonder Inverness is the hub of the Highlands. So, if you fancy learning about things to do in Inverness without a car, this Happy Tours blog is the perfect place to start. We’ll be covering accessible attractions, transport links and the delights of the scenic Highlands this winter.

A medieval stone tower stands on a small island surrounded by water, with a forested hillside in the background, evoking the wonders and mystery reminiscent of Loch Ness.

Discover the wonders of Loch Ness and explore its greatest mystery!

Fancy visiting the Highlands without a car? Why not start your adventure in its cultural capital, Inverness. The thriving city is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking to learn and explore. With so many exciting places on its doorstep, it’s no wonder Inverness is the hub of the Highlands. So, if you fancy learning about things to do in Inverness without a car, this Happy Tours blog is the perfect place to start. We’ll be covering accessible attractions, transport links and the delights of the scenic Highlands this winter.

Discovering one of Scotland's best-kept secrets, a ferry labeled "Caledonian MacBrayne" sails on calm waters with a mountainous landscape in the background under a cloudy sky, heading towards Invergordon.

Discovering Invergordon’s Best-Kept Secrets

Fancy visiting the Highlands without a car? Why not start your adventure in its cultural capital, Inverness. The thriving city is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking to learn and explore. With so many exciting places on its doorstep, it’s no wonder Inverness is the hub of the Highlands. So, if you fancy learning about things to do in Inverness without a car, this Happy Tours blog is the perfect place to start. We’ll be covering accessible attractions, transport links and the delights of the scenic Highlands this winter.

A calm river flows through a town with a tree-lined riverbank, buildings in the background, and an orange sunset sky. Wondering what to do in Inverness without a car? Enjoy peaceful riverside strolls and soak in the serene ambiance.

What to do in Inverness without a car?

Fancy visiting the Highlands without a car? Why not start your adventure in its cultural capital, Inverness. The thriving city is the perfect place to stay if you’re looking to learn and explore. With so many exciting places on its doorstep, it’s no wonder Inverness is the hub of the Highlands. So, if you fancy learning about things to do in Inverness without a car, this Happy Tours blog is the perfect place to start. We’ll be covering accessible attractions, transport links and the delights of the scenic Highlands this winter.

A historic castle set against a sunset sky with autumn leaves in the foreground, surrounded by Scotland's scenic landscape of hills and a serene lake with a stone bridge crossing over it.

Autumn in Scotland

Have you ever wondered what you can do in the Autumn months in the Scottish Highlands? Despite the changing of seasons and the chillier climates, here at Happy Tours, we love showing and exploring Scotland all year round. Whilst Scottish tourism is often associated with Summer months, experiencing it later in the year can be just as fun. With so many fascinating places to visit and beautiful sceneries to explore, this blog is the perfect place to learn about the many sites we visit on our tours.