Invergordon is a small port town in Northern Scotland close to Loch Ness.
Where You're Docked
Ships dock at a pier adjacent to the small town centre of Invergordon.
Money & Tipping
The closest city, Inverness, is 17 miles south and can be reached by bus or train. The train isn't too frequent and the journey takes under an hour. Fare is £8.60 one way (Aug 2015). http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
Bus 25X leaves from Invergordon High Street starting at 7:45am and leaves every 30 minutes. Journey time is 45 minutes. To get back to Invergordon, take bus 25X from Inverness bus station. An Inverness City Zone 3 Dayrider ticket good for a return trip is £11 return (Aug 2015). Confirm schedule here http://www.stagecoachbus.com
To get out to visit Loch Ness, you will need to take a tour or taxi.
There isn't much to see in Invergordon. Sights in the Loch Ness area include
Shopping & Restaurants
There is one main street in Invergordon, High Street with some shops and restaurants. In Inverness, the main pedestrian shopping street is High Street and there is a large mall, Eastgate Shopping Center with a Morrisons supermarket beside it.
Cafes and restaurants may provide free wifi for customers.
Invergordon Weather Forecast