Urquhart Castle guide leaflet - Various Languages
This official visitor’s guide introduces French, German, Italian and Spanish-speaking visitors to Urquhart Castle, overlooking Loch Ness.
The castle’s significance goes back as far as the 6th century, when Saint Columba came here and converted a local chieftain to Christianity. In the centuries that followed, the residents of Urquhart witnessed war, withstood sieges, and faced raids by feuding Highland clans. It fell into to ruin in the late 1600s. Since then, the castle has inspired writers, artists and photographers with the beauty of its location.
Containing a map of the site, and a history of this Highland castle, the official visitor’s guide is the perfect accompaniment to your visit.
8 pages, 147x210mm