Inverness — the unofficial capital of the Scottish Highlands — is famous for its ashen grasslands, charming seaside villages, and rugged mountain passes.
And thanks to a flight deal, you can fly there for as little as $401 round-trip.
The most inexpensive fares can be found from the East Coast ($401 from Washington, D.C. area airports and approximately $415 from New York City area airports), while West Coast cities like Seattle and San Francisco will cost closer to $500.
Upon arrival, travelers should rent a car and head off for a journey through the region. Drive along Loch Ness for a chance at a sea monster sighting, stop by the Urquhart Castle ruins, and descend through the glacier-carved valley of Glen Shiel. From here, you can cross the bridge to the mythic Isle of Skye.
Availability for these cheap flights varies depending on the city of origin, but tickets are typically available between October and May 2018, meaning you an either plan a last-minute escape to Inverness or spend the next eight months planning an wild road trip through the Scottish Highlands.