9-Day Scotland Road Trip from Inverness to Pitlochry, Edinburgh, and Glasgow

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9 days & 8 nights
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Jan. - Dec.
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8 nights included
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9 days included
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Explore the best of Scotland on a 9-day road trip! Uncover hidden gems and experience the rich culture firsthand as you journey through Inverness, Spean Bridge, Glenfinnan, Pitlochry, Crosshill, Dunfermline, Blackness, Larbert, Skinflats, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cambuskenneth, and Stirling. This road trip itinerary in Scotland seamlessly combines exploration with relaxation.

This perfectly planned road trip itinerary in Scotland takes you through some of the best places to see in the country. You will spend 2 nights in Inverness, 1 night in Pitlochry, 3 nights in Edinburgh, and 2 nights in Glasgow. Anticipate well-spent days sightseeing, eating delicious food, and experiencing the highlights of each destination!

With this travel package, you can choose from an extensive selection of accommodations along your road trip route in Scotland. We have handpicked the best hotels and places to stay across the country, including options for each budget. Whether you are in the mood for luxurious 5-star hotels or budget-friendly bed and breakfasts, we have got you covered.

Upon arriving in Inverness, the rental vehicle of your choice will be ready for collection. From there, the road trip can begin! Experience the ultimate freedom and uncover Scotland on your own terms.

An expertly curated travel plan makes sure you don’t miss out on any of the best things to see and do on your road trip in Scotland. Edinburgh Castle and National Museum of Scotland are just a couple of the bucket-list attractions that await your discovery.

As you hit the open road and drive through Inverness, Spean Bridge, Glenfinnan, Pitlochry, Crosshill, Dunfermline, Blackness, Larbert, Skinflats, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Cambuskenneth, and Stirling, you will also enjoy plenty of opportunities to uncover hidden gems and experience the authentic charm of Scotland. Whether you are exploring enchanting towns and villages, discovering scenic routes, or indulging in local cuisine, there is always something new and exciting to experience in Scotland.

Throughout your road trip in Scotland, take breaks from sightseeing to explore your favorite destinations' top shopping streets and markets. Discover unique souvenirs that will forever remind you of your self-drive adventure in Scotland.

This package offers an all-in-one solution for your trip planning - choose flights, a rental car, accommodation, attractions, and tours that suit your needs and desires. You can customize each day of your road trip itinerary with flexible trip planning before and after booking.

The best services in Scotland fill up quickly, so book your spot early. Select a date and start planning your road trip in Scotland today!

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Flights, economy included
Hotel, 8 nights
Rental car, 9 days
CDW Insurance
Step-by-step guide
Personal travel agent
24/7 travel support

Destinations

Cambuskenneth
Skinflats
Photo of 13th Century Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland.Dunfermline
Blackness
Highland - region in United KingdomHighland / 2 nights
Glenfinnan
Stirling - region in United KingdomStirling
Photo of aerial view of Glasgow in Scotland, United Kingdom.Glasgow / 2 nights
Crosshill
Larbert
Photo of beautiful view of the old town city of Edinburgh from Calton Hill, United Kingdom.Edinburgh / 3 nights
photo of Pitlochry panoramic aerial view with church. Pitlochry is a town in the Perth and Kinross council area of Scotland.Pitlochry / 1 night
Spean Bridge

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Scenic view of Edinburgh Castle and Ross Fountain, Scotland travel photo. Edinburgh Castle is historic center of the city and most popular tourist attraction.Edinburgh Castle
 City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off bus in front of National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh city.National Museum of Scotland
Scotland kelpies on a sunny dayThe Kelpies
Aerial View of Stirling castle.Stirling Castle
Urquhart Castle with Dark Cloud SkyUrquhart Castle
Glasshouse at the Royal Botanical Gardens in public park Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, Scotland.Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Landmark of Edinburgh - Holyrood Palace,Scotland,UK, EuropeHolyrood Palace
Rainbow over Glasgow City Chambers and George Square, Scotland - UK.George Square
Riverside Museum
The Falkirk Wheel is a rotating boat lift connecting the Forth and Clyde Canal with the Union Canal. Scotland, United Kingdom.The Falkirk Wheel
The Royal Mile, Old Town, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, United KingdomThe Royal Mile
View of Kelvingrove Park full of people enjoying the Scottish summer with the main building of Glasgow University on the top of the hill.Kelvingrove Park
"Camera Obscura" sign at the Royal Mile / Camera Obscura & World of Illusions.Camera Obscura & World of Illusions
The scenic Dean Village in a sunny afternoon, in Edinburgh, Scotland.Dean Village
The People's Palace & Winter Garden in Glasgow, Scotland.Glasgow Botanic Gardens
Holyrood Park and Holyrood Palace aerial view from Calton Hill in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Old town Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995.Holyrood Park
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art - Modern One, Edinburgh.National Galleries of Scotland: National
Photo of Red Panda at Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland, a Rare and Endangered Species .Edinburgh Zoo
National Wallace Monument on top of the hill Abbey Craig in Stirling, Scotland.Wallace Monument
Path leading to Nelson's Monument in Glasgow Green, Scotland.Glasgow Green
The Real Mary King's Close, Old Town, City of Edinburgh, Scotland, United KingdomThe Real Mary King's Close
St. Giles' Cathedral aka High Kirk Church and Walter Scott Statue on High Street on Royal Mile in Old Town Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Old town Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995.St Giles' Cathedral
Royal yacht Britannia, top tourist attraction in Edinburgh, port of Leith. Edinburgh Scotland, UK.HMY Britannia
Scotch Whisky Experience at 354 Castlehill on Royal Mile in Old Town Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Old town Edinburgh is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1995.Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre
Low level aerial image over Blair Drummond Safari Park.Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park
Photo of Pollok House, Glasgow, Scotland, UK .Pollok Country Park
Photo of Detail of steam train on famous Glenfinnan viaduct, Scotland, United Kingdom .Glenfinnan Viaduct
Photo of Commando Memorial at Spean Bridge, Highlands, Scotland .Commando Memorial
Photo of View of the castle from Calton Hill at sunset,Scotland.Calton Hill
Glenfinnan Viewpoint
Photo of pittencrieff park scotland with dunfermline abbey in the background .Pittencrieff Park
Photo of Blackness Castle on the shores of the River Forth Scotland .Blackness Castle
Glenfinnan Monument - National Trust for Scotland
Lochore Meadows
Eden Court Inverness, Ballifeary, Highland, Scotland, United KingdomEden Court Inverness
Whin Park, Ballifeary, Highland, Scotland, United KingdomWhin Park

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Day 1

Day 1 – Inverness - arrival day

  • Highland - Arrival day
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  • Eden Court Inverness
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Welcome to Inverness, the perfect starting point for your road trip in Scotland! Pick up your rental car and let the adventure begin. You will spend 1 night immersing yourself in Inverness's charm before embarking on the next leg of your journey.

Inverness is a beautiful city with plenty to discover. If you arrive before check-in time or prefer to get started on your sightseeing right away, we recommend checking out Eden Court Inverness or taking a stroll in the city center. Soak in the lovely atmosphere and sit down for a bit to eat or drink.

As afternoon approaches, head to your chosen hotel in Inverness. Check-in typically starts around 2 to 4 PM at hotels in Scotland. We recommend staying at a hotel in a central location for easy access to the best attractions, restaurants, and bars in the city.

As dinnertime approaches, it's time to head out for a bite to eat in Inverness. If you are looking to dine at a popular restaurant in the city, it's often a good idea to reserve a table in advance.

Savor the flavors at Kingsmills Hotel, a top pick for dinner tonight. Alternatively, MacGregor's beckons with its unique menu offerings. Also, consider The White House. With its consistent customer satisfaction, it’s an excellent option for dining in Inverness tonight.

Explore the vibrant nightlife at The Gunsmiths Bar after your meal, a hub for lively evenings and memorable moments. Or, head to The Malt Room for a great selection of flavorful drinks and a charming setting. Furthermore, MacCallums Bar is perfect for those looking to extend their night with a touch of local flavor.

Raise a toast to the start of your 9-day road trip in Scotland!

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Day 2

Day 2 – Inverness, Spean Bridge, Glenfinnan, and Pitlochry

  • Pitlochry
  • Spean Bridge
  • Glenfinnan
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Drive 269 km, 4 hours 4 min

  • Urquhart Castle
  • Commando Memorial
  • Glenfinnan Viewpoint
  • Glenfinnan Monument - National Trust for Scotland
  • Glenfinnan Viaduct
  • More

Dive into day 2 of your remarkable road trip in Scotland. Today you will explore Inverness, Spean Bridge, and Glenfinnan, where you will have the opportunity to experience all the top things to see and do. At the end of the day, you’ll unwind at one of the finest accommodations in Pitlochry. You’ll stay here for 1 night.

Set your GPS to Spean Bridge and hit the road. Soak in the beautiful landscapes as you drive and look forward to exploring your next destination. Spean Bridge beckons with new experiences!

An excellent attraction to start your day with is Commando Memorial. This monument is rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars in 5,656 reviews.

After soaking up all the sights of today's itinerary, you'll be ready to hit the road in the direction of Pitlochry. Pitlochry offers plenty of top-rated hotels and other places to stay on any travel budget. Check in at the hotel of your choice and take some time to relax before you head out to explore.

Indulge in a memorable dining experience at one of Pitlochry's most popular restaurants, and connect with friendly locals for an authentic adventure.

Savor another day of unforgettable experiences in Scotland!

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Day 3

Day 3 – Pitlochry, Crosshill, Dunfermline, Blackness, Larbert, and Skinflats

  • Edinburgh
  • Crosshill
  • Dunfermline
  • Blackness
  • Larbert
  • Skinflats
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Drive 211 km, 3 hours 38 min

  • Lochore Meadows
  • Pittencrieff Park
  • Blackness Castle
  • The Falkirk Wheel
  • The Kelpies
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On day 3 of your exciting self-drive vacation in Scotland, you’ll soak in the magnificence of 5 destinations, Crosshill, Dunfermline, Blackness, Larbert, and Skinflats. When you’re not sightseeing, take time to relax at your selected hotel in Edinburgh, where you’ll be staying for 3 nights.

Embrace the thrill of the open road as you wave goodbye to Pitlochry and set your GPS to Crosshill. While on the road, immerse yourself in your favorite road trip tunes or sample the sounds from a local radio station. This car ride usually takes around 1 hour 2 min. Upon reaching Crosshill, unwind, observe, and explore. The best things to do, see, and eat are waiting for you.

A top pick for your self-guided sightseeing tour today is Lochore Meadows. Previous visitors have rated this park an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars in 3,003 reviews.

After soaking in Crosshill’s unique atmosphere, jump into the car with a full heart and drive in the direction of your next destination: Dunfermline. Expect your car journey to take a minimum of 25 min. When you arrive in Dunfermline, it's time to take a break from the road.

When you’re ready for some sightseeing, make your way to Pittencrieff Park. This much-appreciated park is rated 4.7 out of 5 stars in 3,956 reviews.

At the end of the day, you will drive to Edinburgh, where you'll have a room waiting for you at the perfect place to stay. Check in and enjoy some downtime.

After a long day of exploring, sit down for a delicious dinner at a top-rated restaurant in Edinburgh.

Have a memorable dining experience in Edinburgh by booking a table at Heron, renowned as a 1-star Michelin restaurant presenting an exceptional modern menu. For a different culinary experience, Condita shines as one of the top destinations known for its delicious modern cuisine in Edinburgh. This 1-star Michelin-awardee earns consistently high praises from previous guests, making it a must-visit addition to your holiday experience. If you're looking for an alternative, The Kitchin is known as a top local spot for its delicious modern cuisine in Edinburgh. This 1-star Michelin awardee is a highly recommended choice for an unforgettable meal.

Continue your lively evening at Panda & Sons, a perfect place for winding down or revving up the night, depending on which mood you’re in. Cafe Royal is another excellent bar that offers a great selection of drinks to suit any mood. If you prefer to go somewhere else, The Ensign Ewart ensures a night out tailored to your taste.

Relax and reminisce about your day in Scotland and look forward to more memorable moments to come!

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Day 4

Day 4 – Edinburgh

  • Edinburgh
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Drive 12 km, 1 hour 6 min

  • HMY Britannia
  • National Galleries of Scotland: National
  • Camera Obscura & World of Illusions
  • Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre
  • Edinburgh Castle
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On day 4 of your road trip, you will have an entire day to explore Edinburgh. You’ll stay in Edinburgh for 2 nights and discover all the best things to see and do in the area.

Begin your sightseeing with a visit to HMY Britannia. This extraordinary royal yacht is rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 9,023 visitors.

Next, make your way to Scottish National Gallery. This top attraction is an art museum with an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 13,079 visitors. Scottish National Gallery welcomes 660,741 yearly visitors.

We also recommend a visit to Camera Obscura. This visitor centre is rated 4.6 out of 5 stars by 13,536 travelers.

If you’re keen to keep exploring, visit Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre. This highly recommended sightseeing destination has received an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars from 8,926 travelers. Around 238,542 people come to experience this place of interest every year.

Today is also your chance to spend some time at Edinburgh Castle. This castle is rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 90,949 travelers.

To do something one-of-a-kind on this day of your trip, you can join a tour. You can discover all of the most fun and eye-opening experiences in your destination below and secure your spot here.

After a long day of exploring, sit down for a delicious dinner at a top-rated restaurant in Edinburgh.

Savor the flavors at Miller & Carter Edinburgh City Centre, a top pick for dinner tonight. Alternatively, Cafe Andaluz beckons with its unique menu offerings. Also, consider Arcade Bar Haggis & Whisky House. With its consistent customer satisfaction, it’s an excellent option for dining in Edinburgh tonight.

If you’re not ready to end the night just yet, Hoot The Redeemer offers a perfect venue to relax and savor a drink. Similarly, Albanach is well-suited for those looking to unwind in a social setting. The Bow Bar is another excellent spot to enjoy a nightcap after a delightful meal.

Say good night to Edinburgh and look forward to another great day of your road trip in Scotland!

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Day 5

Day 5 – Edinburgh

  • Edinburgh
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Drive 24 km, 1 hour 26 min

  • Edinburgh Zoo
  • Dean Village
  • Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
  • Holyrood Palace
  • Holyrood Park
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Day 5 offers a multitude of experiences. You will stay in Edinburgh for 1 night more, offering you enough time to explore at a relaxed pace.

Begin your sightseeing with a visit to Edinburgh Zoo. This zoo is rated an average of 4.3 out of 5 stars in 11,987 reviews.

Next up, make your way to Dean Village. This village has an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars from 13,727 reviews.

When you’re ready for your next sight of the day, continue to Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh. This botanical garden has an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 20,765 visitors.

Beyond the above-mentioned attractions, you also have the opportunity to visit Holyrood Palace. This official residence is rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars by 17,746 visitors.

If you’re keen to explore even more, then consider a visit to Holyrood Park. This archaeological site is a much-appreciated attraction with an average rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 12,119 visitors.

You can learn more about Edinburgh today by going on a tour. Edinburgh offers many top-rated tours and unique experiences that will inspire you. You can browse and select your favorites below.

As you are wrapping up for the day, treat yourself to a satisfying dinner at a nice restaurant in Edinburgh. Enjoy a relaxing evening as you savor delicious local cuisine and reflect on the day's adventures.

Treat yourself to a delightful dinner at The Kitchin, highly recommended for tonight's dining. Or, if you're feeling adventurous, why not try The Witchery by the Castle? It's another excellent option with a diverse menu. Consider reserving a table at Whiski Bar & Restaurant as well. Known for its consistent customer satisfaction, it’s an ideal pick for tonight in Edinburgh.

Relax and reminisce about your day in Scotland and look forward to more memorable moments to come!

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Day 6

Day 6 – Edinburgh and Glasgow

  • Glasgow
  • Edinburgh
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Drive 76 km, 1 hour 35 min

  • Calton Hill
  • The Royal Mile
  • The Real Mary King's Close
  • St Giles' Cathedral
  • National Museum of Scotland
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On day 6 of your road trip in Scotland, you will get a true taste of the freedom a self-drive vacation in Europe entails. Today’s travel plans include stops at the most scenic, wondrous, and interesting places in Edinburgh. In the evening, you’ll end up in Glasgow, where you will stay for 2 nights.

Make Calton Hill your first stop of the day. Previous visitors have rated this mountain an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars in 4,517 reviews.

Next up, make a stop at Royal Mile. With an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 14,405 visitors, it's easy to understand why so many people visit this sightseeing destination every year.

The Real Mary King's Close is another attraction you can visit on this day of your vacation. This point of interest has an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 10,638 visitors.

When you’re finished at The Real Mary King's Close, the perfect next stop is St Giles' Cathedral. This cathedral is rated an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars in 9,293 reviews.

If you’re keen to explore even more, then consider a visit to National Museum of Scotland. This national museum is a top place to visit, with a rating of 4.8 out of 5 stars from 45,476 reviews.

When you’re done exploring for the day, you’ll drive to Glasgow, where you'll have a hotel waiting for you. Check in and spend some time relaxing before you head out to explore the city.

As you explore more of Glasgow, you'll discover that its culinary landscape is as diverse as its attractions. Whether you're craving traditional dishes bursting with local flavors or innovative creations that push the boundaries of taste, you're sure to find a dining experience that satisfies your cravings.

Discover the culinary delights of Glasgow by securing a reservation at Ox and Finch. Esteemed for its a Bib Gourmand award, this restaurant offers a remarkable selection of mediterranean cuisine. For an alternative dining experience, try Cail Bruich, renowned for its delicious modern dishes. This esteemed 1-star Michelin-recipient consistently impresses guests, making it a must-visit spot during your holiday. Craving more culinary excitement? Head to Unalome by Graeme Cheevers, a highly recommended local eatery celebrated for its mouthwatering modern british menu. With its 1-star Michelin recognition, it offers an unforgettable dining adventure.

Cap off your culinary experience with a visit to some of the most celebrated bars in the area. For instance, The Gallery Bar stands out as an excellent choice for a post-dinner cocktail. Alternatively, Bar 91 offers an ideal atmosphere to enjoy the pleasures of the night.

Raise your glass to another unforgettable day in Scotland!

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Day 7

Day 7 – Glasgow

  • Glasgow
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Drive 30 km, 1 hour 35 min

  • Glasgow Botanic Gardens
  • Kelvingrove Park
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
  • Riverside Museum
  • Pollok Country Park
  • More

Day 7 of your road trip will take you to the best attractions Glasgow has to offer. Cherish the 1 night you have left in Glasgow by discovering the best things there are to see and do in the city.

Take the opportunity to see Glasgow Botanic Gardens. This attraction has an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from 12,594 visitors.

Kelvingrove Park is another sightseeing hotspot in the area. This park has been rated an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars by 13,336 travelers.

Glasgow is also the home of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. This art museum gets more than 1,037,594 visitors on an annual basis. Around 19,580 people have rated this art museum an average of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

Another place you’ll want to visit is Riverside Museum. With an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars from a total of 16,799 reviews, a visit to this museum is a great idea.

This day of your vacation in Glasgow is also your chance to admire Pollok Country Park. This must-visit park enjoys an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars from 7,112 reviews.

Don’t forget to check out all the popular tours and activities you can add to your travel plan. Scotland is a beautiful travel destination that offers plenty of unique tours that will enhance your vacation experience. Explore and select your activities below.

As dinnertime approaches, it's time to head out for a bite to eat in Glasgow. If you are looking to dine at a popular restaurant in the city, it's often a good idea to reserve a table in advance.

Make sure to book a table at Alston Bar & Beef, a popular restaurant in Glasgow. This acclaimed restaurant and its mouthwatering dishes have earned the admiration of countless food lovers. Alternatively, experience a taste of Glasgow at Sherbrooke Castle Hotel Glasgow, a popular local restaurant. With a menu designed to impress, it promises a journey of flavors that will leave you captivated. Another top-rated restaurant to try is Elia Greek Restaurant. As a dining spot that gains consistently high praise from guests, it’s an ideal choice to enhance your time to Glasgow tonight.

Raise your glass to another unforgettable day in Scotland!

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Day 8

Day 8 – Glasgow, Cambuskenneth, Stirling, and Inverness

  • Highland
  • Glasgow
  • Cambuskenneth
  • Stirling
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Drive 299 km, 4 hours 1 min

  • George Square
  • Glasgow Green
  • Wallace Monument
  • Stirling Castle
  • Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park
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Experience an unparalleled adventure on day 8 of your road trip in Scotland. This exciting part of your journey invites you to discover the renowned landmarks in 3 vibrant destinations - Glasgow, Cambuskenneth, and Stirling. After a day filled with exploration and new experiences, you will retreat to the hotel of your choice in Inverness. You will spend 1 night here for some well-deserved relaxation.

Your sightseeing of the day begins at George Square, a remarkable square where it’s easy to get lost in exploration. This top attraction is rated an average of 4.4 out of 5 stars in 20,066 reviews.

Next, satisfy your wanderlust at Glasgow Green. This stadium has an average rating of 4.6 out of 5 stars from 10,762 travelers.

Cambuskenneth’s wonders await as you prepare for another journey on the road, leaving the breathtaking surroundings of Glasgow behind. This drive usually takes around 41 min. Cambuskenneth welcomes you with a multitude of unique vacation experiences.

A top pick for your self-guided sightseeing tour today is Wallace Monument. Previous visitors have rated this monument an average of 4.6 out of 5 stars in 10,772 reviews.

After soaking up all the sights of today's itinerary, you'll be ready to hit the road in the direction of Inverness. Inverness offers plenty of top-rated hotels and other places to stay on any travel budget. Check in at the hotel of your choice and take some time to relax before you head out to explore.

After a day of adventure, treat yourself to an exquisite dinner at one of Inverness's best restaurants.

As a top-rated it is an ideal choice in the city. Enjoy a lovely meal at Cafe V8, a top-rated place to have dinner tonight. Alternatively, if your taste buds call for something different, Scotch & Rye is another top choice with a popular menu. You could also check for a table at Johnny Foxes. As an establishment that gains consistently high praises from customers, it’s an ideal choice in Inverness tonight.

Continue the enjoyment post-dinner at Hootananny, a cherished local gathering spot renowned for its welcoming atmosphere. Similarly, Gellions Bar offers a vibrant space for indulging in well-crafted drinks and engaging conversation. You may also want to check out Innes Bar. This bar is a favorite among both locals and visitors looking for a delightful evening out filled with laughter and fun.

Raise your glass and celebrate another amazing day of your road trip in Scotland!

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Day 9

Day 9 – Inverness - departure day

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  • Whin Park
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Day 9 of your road trip in Scotland is your departure day. This is your chance to catch a last glimpse of Inverness before saying goodbye to this wonderful destination. If you've still got time left, we recommend doing some last-minute shopping or sightseeing.

Make the most of your final day in Scotland by visiting Inverness’s iconic markets and shopping establishments. Your stay’s proximity to the city’s retail haven invites an unhurried and unforgettable exploration of its variety of stores and establishments. Secure the perfect souvenirs for your family and friends back home or buy yourself a remembrance of your amazing experience in Scotland. Take home a piece of Scotland with these souvenirs, keeping your adventures close.

Begin your sightseeing with a visit to Whin Park. This extraordinary park is rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 stars by 1,183 visitors.

Before you conclude your road trip in Scotland, drop by another restaurant for a last chance at a memorable dining experience in Inverness.

This renowned restaurant holds , and offers an exceptional menu of cuisine.

You’ll then say farewell to Inverness. Drive to the airport, return your car, and take the opportunity to get some last-minute souvenirs before you board your flight home. We wish you a pleasant journey and hope you leave with many wonderful memories of your road trip in Scotland!

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