Travel to and around Dumfries & Galloway

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Dumfries & Galloway is conveniently accessible from many areas in the UK. Once you arrive, there are great local connections to help you continue your journey around the region.

With an excellent road network and good access to airports and ferry terminals, getting to and getting around Dumfries & Galloway is really easy.

  • A car drives along the A702 Road as it passes through the Dalveen Pass in the Lowther Hills, near Thornhill
    The A702 Road as it passes through the Dalveen Pass in the Lowther Hills, near Thornhill
  • A local bus service stopping in Dumfries with the town's statue of Robert Burns in the background
    The local bus service to Kirkconnel, leaving Dumfries
A Stena Line ferry at the Loch Ryan Ferry Port at Cairnryan, near Stranraer, Dumfries & Galloway

Getting here

Dumfries & Galloway stretches from the border with England, along the Solway Coast to the Irish Sea, making it easy to reach by car, plane, train or ferry.

The Dumfries bike scheme Bike2 Go - an on street automated cycle hire system, Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway

Getting around

Whether you want to get straight to your next destination or stop off on the way, there are great travel options across Dumfries and Galloway. Take scenic touring routes by car, use excellent public transport or journey by foot, horseback or on bike.