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Travelling to Scotland is convenient and easy both from the rest of the UK and overseas with plenty of travel options available. Once here, our road, rail and ferry network provides good access to all regions and to our main visitor destinations.

  • A modern train speeds through lush hilly scenery (image © Virgin Trains)
    Take the train north for a relaxing trip to Scotland (image © Virgin Trains)
  • A modern ferry crusies on a callm blue sea
    Travelling to Scotland from Ireland by ferry is a popular choice
  • Large passenger jet flying overhead against deep blue sky (image © Tahseen Khan via SXC)
    Welcome to Scotland! (image © Tahseen Khan via SXC)
road signs showing directions to Glasgow and the Clyde Valley Tourist Route

From England & Wales

Regular train and bus services plus frequent flights makes travelling to Scotland from elsewhere in Britain quick and easy.

A large car ferry cruises on a calm sea under a blue sky

From Ireland

Choose from frequent ferry sailings from Belfast and Larne or regular flights from Dublin, Donegal, Cork, Knock and Shannon.

Airport arrivals board showing overseas city names

From overseas

Fly direct to Scotland or via a British or European hub airport. Alternatively, take the ferry from the Continent.