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It’s easier than ever getting to Scotland, whether from just down the road or from the other side of the world. There are excellent scheduled flights from the rest of the UK, and non-stop services from North America and Europe to Scotland’s main airports. High-speed trains and an extensive motorway network not only get you to Scotland, but get you around with ease while you’re here.

Air Travel in Scotland - airport departure lounge

Air Travel

Scotland has a wide choice of direct flights from the rest of the UK, North America and Europe. There are over 1000 flights a week from London’s airports.

Rail Travel in Scotland - Virgin trains

Rail Travel

The fast intercity service operates from many of the major towns in England and there is also a sleeper service from London to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen and Fort William.

Road Travel in Scotland - car in country lane

Road Travel

The UK road system gives easy access to Scotland with two main driving routes to and from the south via the east of England on the A1, or via the west using the M6, A74(M) and M74.

Sea Travel to Scotland - Caledonian Macbrayne ferry

Sea Travel

Daily ferry services depart from Zeebrugge and Rotterdam to Hull in the north east of England, a few hours' drive from the Scottish border.

Travel Around Scotland - sea plane

Travelling Around Scotland

Scotland has various modes of transport to get you and your delegates from airports, train stations or ferry ports straight to your conference venue or meeting space.