Highland

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    The Scottish Highlands are synonymous with rugged, unspoilt landscapes, the infamous Loch Ness Monster and some of Britain’s most impressive castles. The region is also home to Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland, and the largest national park in the United Kingdom.

    Inverness, the region’s largest city and cultural capital, boasts landmarks such as a 19th-century castle and Inverness Cathedral. Here, you can try Haggis, Scotland’s national dish, as well as locally caught fresh seafood. During your stay in the Highlands, observe the rolling hills while aboard the Jacobite steam train, and walk along the wall that leads to Eilean Donan Castle.

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    • Inverness

      Inverness lies at the end of the Great Glen and is used as the gateway to the mighty Highlands. It's a small city, but thanks to its creative residents and long history, you'd be hard pushed to be bored. Amid its handsome Victorian centre, you can appreciate St Andrew's Cathedral, visit the stately Inverness Castle or dine at one of the city's top restaurants.

      It's unthinkable for first-timers to skip a visit to the infamous nearby Loch Ness to try and catch a glimpse of the legendary monster that lives below its surface. Even if you don't spot Nessie, it's a fine spot for taking in the great Scottish outdoors.

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