Getting too, around and from Scotland is easy! With so many travel links and transport hubs, getting around this wonderful country is not only simple but by planning ahead, can be cheap too.


There are ferry services from mainland Europe that arrive in ports all across the UK. You can then take the train, hire a car or use the national bus service to make your way to Scotland. There are also ferry services that operate between mainland Scotland and its outlying islands.


There are 5 main airports in Scotland, including Glasgow and Edinburgh airports. There are currently six major airlines that operate flights to and from Scotland, including domestic flights within the UK, European destinations and long-haul options too.

By road 

Hiring a car is a great option for seeing Scotland, especially off the beaten track. Many people also take a touring holiday, hiring a motorhome and letting the open road lead them to amazing places.


There are also plenty of options for travelling to and from Scotland by train. There are several services daily connecting Scotland with London Euston and other major cities. It is also the ideal way to travel from one city to another whilst you are here.

By coach

Coach travel is a cost-effective way of getting too and from places, if you don’t mind the longer journey times. It is also scenic in many places and with a daily coach service to major stations in and around Scotland, it is a great way to travel.