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Travelling around Scotland

GETTING AROUND SCOTLAND
Public transport links between towns and cities in Scotland is good.  There is a regular train service in both the west and east of the country and trains every 15 minutes link the central belt cities and towns.  Buses are regular and cover urban and rural areas.  For routes and timetables check the providers below.  (Note, this is not extensive, private bus companies may run on similar routes.)

JOURNEY PLANNER –   provides journey planning information for all of Scotland

TRAIN
For rail enquiries within Scotland with journey planner facilities

BUS
Aberdeen
Dundee
Edinburgh Central and Borders
Greater Glasgow
Glasgow Subway 
City to city coach travel

Highlands: Inverness , Skye, Caithness, Lochaber and Orkney - Stagecoach

CAR
Car hire is available from many international car hire firms from Scotland’s airports and many have offices in cities and towns.

FERRY  Caledonian MacBrayne  

INTERNATIONAL

TRAINS    
UK national service  
National Express East Coast, ScotRail, First TransPennine Express,Virgin Trains, Cross Country 
    
COACH
National Express and Megabus    

FERRY OPERATORS TO SCOTLAND   
Northern Ireland to Scotland, Belgium to Scotland