Travel from England and Wales to Scotland

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0845 859 1006

Outside the UK call

+44 (0)131 524 2121

Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm
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Travelling to Scotland from elsewhere in Britain is quick and easy. Regular train and bus services link many towns and cities on either side of the border while there are frequent flights from both London and regional airports.

  • Modern long-distance train sits in a station
    The Flying Scotsman runs on the east coast route in Scotland
  • A modern long-distance coach (image © Megabus)
    Coaches offer a good-value option for travelling to Scotland (image © Megabus)
  • A car drives past a brown tourist sign in the Clyde Valley
    A tourist sign in the Clyde Valley
  • A small passenger turbo-prop plane with a terminal behind it
    Scotland is well served by airlines operating from airports around the UK to Scotland’s major city and regional airports
A speeding train tilts as it corners on a track (image © Virgin Trains)

By train

Scotland enjoys frequent direct train services from London and other main English towns and cities.

Passengers board coaches in a bus station

By coach

Scotland enjoys frequent, fast coach links with major towns and cities in England and Wales.

road signs showing directions to Glasgow and the Clyde Valley Tourist Route

By car

Scotland enjoys good, fast motorway links across the border into England.

Small passenger plane sitting on a sandy beach runway on Barra in the Outer Hebrides

By plane

Scotland is well served by regular and budget airlines operating from airports around London and from other area hubs on routes to Scotland’s major city and regional airports.