Walk across the Nineteenth Century Pedestrian Suspension Bridge across the Nis River to the stone paved Inn Fonis downtown. The historical details of the city were immediately presented to us. On both sides of the street in the city centre, the shops are basically closed because of weekends and holidays, but the bars and cafes are very busy. Walk into the bar and see the people inside sing and dance very high, here it seems to be able to experience the Scottish character of the bold and unrestrained. We walked all the way to the hillside Castle of Inverness, which is also the highland of the downtown area. The castle built of red sand and stone is not open to the public, but the nearby square provides visitors with a very good view of the city. Just at this moment, the sunset is shining, and there are blue sky and white clouds over our heads, because the scenery of Fonis is more beautiful at this moment.
Located on a cliff by the Nis River, the Castle of Infernis dates back to 1057, but it was rebuilt many times after it was destroyed. The castle now seen was rebuilt in 1836. The castle is the commanding heights of the city, overlooking it. Now the castle is the office of the city government. It can not be visited inside. It can only see the appearance of the castle and the beautiful scenery around it.
This is one of the places where the film Brave Heart was filmed. It stands at the Ecket Castle on the Bank of Lake Invines. It is surrounded by water on three sides. Although half of the main tower collapsed, only the rubble remains. It stands on the castle, still giving a full view of the mysterious scenery of Lake Ness.
The Castle rescue is in the center of the city, only 10 minutes'walk from the railway station. The castle is not open, so there are no tickets. The castle is not huge either. It's about 15 minutes to look around and take pictures. But the location is convenient, and it is the best place to overlook the city and the scenery on both sides of the Nis River in the city.
The town on the Hunan side of Nice is named for the castle next to the yacht pier. The whole ladder-like sluice system links the Scottish isthmus with the opposite lake. The Castle faces Lake Nice directly. It looks like a peninsula version of the terrain next to Nice. There are huge lawns and beautiful surroundings near the canal and lake.
On the hill in the centre of the city stands the Castle of Invernis. As early as the 11th century, Invernis had become an important military base in Scotland. There used to be a stone castle on the hill. The grievances of the Highlanders who died in the war have been entrenched in this castle. When night falls, strange calls come from the castle.