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Wick Travel Guide

Wick is a city in Scottish Highlands, United Kingdom. It has many popular attractions, including The Wick Heritage Museum, Castle & Gardens of Mey, Castle Sinclair Girnigoe, making it well worth a visit.
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What to Do
Looking for things to do in Wick? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
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Castle & Gardens of Mey
The Wick Heritage Museum
Caithness Horizons Museum and Art Gallery
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Castle Sinclair Girnigoe
Lyth Arts Centre
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Duncansby Head
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Whaligoe Steps
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Hill O' Many Stanes
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Cairn O‘Get
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North Coast Explorer
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Grey Cairns of Camster
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What to Eat
Want to eat like a local? Don't miss out on these top Wick dishes and foodie spots.
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Seaview
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The Alexander Bain Wetherspoons
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Morags
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Bord De L'Eau
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Spice Tandoori
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Roads End Cafe
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The NetherCliffe Hotel
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Crofter’s Restaurant
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Houstons Restaurant
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Rivendel Cafe
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Storehouse Cafe
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Discover the Real Wick With a Local Expert

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John O'Groats is a village 2.5 miles northeast of Canisbay, in the northeastern tip of scotland. This is our stop point before proceeding to the Orkney ferry connection. The name John O'Groats has a particular resonance because it is often used as a starting or ending point for cycling, walks to and from Land's End. The driving distance between Inverness and John O'Groats is 195 kilometers 2 hours and 50 minutes, public transport is also reachable from Inverness. The car ferry ride to Orkney is around 1 hour, some wildlife also can be seen on the ferry.
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