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If you are flying at Inverness Airport, VroomVroomVroom can help you with your car hire needs.  On a single page, you will be offered available vehicles from leading car rental companies including Alamo, Avis, Enterprise, Europcar, Hertz and Thrifty.

Inverness Airport is an international airport that is located at Dalcross, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom. It lies on the northeastern part of the city of Inverness and primarily serves the said metropolis. The airport serves flights from within and outside the country e.g. Dusseldorf and Frankfurt. It can be conveniently reached via bus, rail and or road. Customers with private cars may take the A96 Aberdeen-Inverness trunk road to reach Inverness Airport. 

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Driving tips at Inverness Airport

The city centre is just 15 minutes away from Inverness Airport via B9093 and A96. There is a drop off zone at the Short Stay Car Park and parking there is free for the first ten minutes. If you are planning to go to Fort William, it will take around two hours to reach it via A82. Aviemore, on the other hand, is just around an hour away via A9. 

Top attractions nearby Inverness Airport

Dunvegan Castle and Gardens

 lies within the town of Dunvegan, Isle of Skye, Scotland, United Kingdom. It covers 42,000 acres of land owned by the Clan MacLeod and is the oldest occupied castle in Scotland with its over eight-hundred years of history and still counting. The estate is famous for its beautiful grounds and ancient castle with the magnificent architectural style and interior design and that houses a number of beautiful historical pieces. 

Highland Aviation Museum 

can be found at 9 Dalcross Industrial Estate, by Inverness Airport, Inverness, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom. The museum commemorates and honours the illustrious history of flight and the machines related to aviation via featuring a large number of different planes and so much more. The museum is highly recommended to all aviation enthusiasts and aspiring pilots. The museum's official website is www.highlandaviationmuseum.org.uk.

Inverness Castle sits at Castle Hill, Inverness, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom. It is a stunning reconstructed castle overlooking the River Ness with history dating back 1057. The castle currently serves as the city of Inverness' Sherriff Court and is not open to the public. Visitors, however, are welcome to admire the majestic building's architecture and grounds. 

Inverness Dolphin Cruises is situated at Shore Street Quay, Shore Street, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom. The venue offers cruises that feature Scotland's wide variety of beautiful marine life. Dolphins, grey seals, Minke whales, ospreys, porpoise and red kites are just some of the marine animals waiting to be seen on Scotland's water. For more information visit www.inverness-dolphin-cruises.co.uk.

Inverness Museum and Gallery lies within the Castle Wynd in Inverness, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom. The museum and gallery's highlights include its large collection of archaeological findings, Highland weapons, Inverness silverware and a number of items related to the area's geological history. Visit Inverness.highland.museum to learn more.

Inverness Terror Tour begins within the Tourist Information Centre located at Bridge Street, Inverness, Highland, Scotland, United Kingdom. It is a fun-filled walking horror tour that starts at 08:00 p.m. led by the famous local ghost called Davy. The Inverness Terror Tour is popular for the horror stories and sights that it features throughout the expedition. 

Landmark Forest Adventure Park is a beautiful theme park that features rich flora and fauna, accommodation and exciting attractions all for a minimal fee. The park is primarily accessible to wheelchairs. Ancient forest, bamboozeleum, fire tower, mini cars, pinnacle, ropeworkx, skydive, Tarzan trail, timber trail, trucks and wild forest maze are just some of the park's highlights. For tickets and or more information visit www.landmarkpark.co.uk.

Sandwood Bay is a somewhat hidden natural bay that lies on the northwestern part of Scotland famous for being one of the United Kingdom's most sought after destinations. The site homes beautiful cliffs, sand dunes, abundant flora and fauna and large waves perfect for a relaxing getaway. Surfing is not allowed on the bay due to its dangerous cliffs. Nevertheless, there are still a number of activities to do within it such as sightseeing and unravelling the legends connected with it.