Invergordon Cruises

Loch Ness and its Mystery Creature
Highland Castles: Cawdor, Urquhart, and Dunrobin 
Glenmorangie Whisky and Royal Dornoch

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The port of Invergordon stands on the shores of Cromarty Firth, an inlet in Scotland's Northwest Highland region. This MSC Northern Europe Cruises destination reveals an extraordinary Easter Ross town, known for its stunning summits, gentle green slopes, colourful murals, and historical architecture.

 
MSC Cruises excursions offer plenty of exciting things to see including: 
 
• Loch Ness and its Mystery Creature
• Highland Castles: Cawdor, Urquhart, and Dunrobin 
• Glenmorangie Whisky and Royal Dornoch
 
 
Travel south of Invergordon, on an MSC Cruises excursion, to the banks of beautiful Loch Ness. The fascinating story of Nessie (the monster that supposedly lurks in the deep dark water) has captured the imagination of millions! Legend has it that the creature is a small plesiosaur — a long-necked marine reptile now considered extinct. Grab your camera and keep your eyes peeled, as you soak up the scenery and the mysterious atmosphere.
 
Scotland is a country steeped in history — home to ancient villages, inimitable culture, and breathtaking landscapes. On an MSC Cruises excursion you’ll experience the beauty of some of the Highland’s greatest castles including medieval Cawdor, 13th-century Urquhart, and the majestic Dunrobin. 
 
The charming village of Tain, north of Invergordon, is birthplace to some of Scotland’s iconic single-malt whisky brands. On an MSC Cruises excursion, you’ll visit the 19th-century Glenmorangie distillery where you’ll learn about the production of this award-winning liquor. Next, visit the 12th-century town of Dornoch, home of the famous Royal Dornoch Golf Club. Wander through the historical centre, relax on the sandy beach, or enjoy the warm hospitality offered up by the locals.

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    The United Kingdom is not just one country but four – England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland – and a multitude of cultural identities: God forbid you should call a Scot or a Welshman English for example.


    Don’t miss the true London experience during your holiday to the United Kingdom; the capital is the one place that features on everyone’s itinerary. 

    Brighton and Canterbury offer contrasting diversions – the former a lively seaside resort, the latter one of Britain’s finest medieval cities. 


    The southwest of England holds the rugged moorlands of Devon, the rocky coastline of Cornwall, and the historic spa city of Bath, while the chief attractions of central England are the university cities of Oxford and Cambridge

    Further north, the former industrial cities of Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle are lively, rejuvenated places, and York has splendid historical treasures, but the landscape, especially the uplands of the Lake District, is the biggest magnet. 


    The finest of Scotland’s lochs, glens and peaks, and the magnificent scenery of the West Coast islands, can be reached easily from Glasgow and Edinburgh – the latter perhaps Britain’s most attractive urban landscape. Finally, a cruise to the United Kingdom isn’t complete without a stop in Northern Ireland with its capital city Belfast and the spectacular Giant’s Causeway.