In Scotland, travelling to the main tourist destinations is straight-forward and with careful planning, more remote areas are readily accessible too.
Scotland’s road and rail transport network is modern and efficient, with a variety of options available for getting from A to B. Public transport provides trains and bus services to Scotland’s towns and cities as well as many villages and ferry ports. Access to very remote areas and islands is straightforward by car, ferries and aeroplanes.
The Caledonian Sleeper speeding through the Pass of Drumochter, Highlands
Enroute between Inveraray and Dalmally, Argyll
Citylink bus service, passing the Corran Ferry, enroute to Fort William
Caledonian MacBrayne ferry MV Lord of the Isles departing Oban bay, Argyll