Travel to and around Perthshire

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Travelling to Perthshire is both simple and stress-free and once you're here you can rent a car or bike, join a tour or simply make use of the region's excellent public transport services.

  • A car on Dalginross Bridge over the River Earn with Comrie Community Centre in a converted church visible beyond, Comrie
    A car on Dalginross Bridge over the River Earn with Comrie Community Centre in a converted church visible beyond, Comrie
  • A car travels along the B8019 Road past autumnal trees near the Queen's View at Loch Tummel
    The B8019 Road near the Queen's View at Loch Tummel
A car on Dalginross Bridge over the River Earn with Comrie Community Centre in a converted church visible beyond, Comrie

Getting here

Located at Scotland's heart, Perthshire enjoys excellent transport links with the rest of the UK and Europe. Whether catching the train, flying or taking the car, reaching Perthshire couldn't be simpler.

A car driving along the B8019 Road near the Queen's View at Loch Tummel when the trees are resplendant in autumn colours

Getting around

The city of Perth has an excellent public transport system but can be easily explored on foot. If you want to explore the region beyond the city but don't have a car, there are plenty of buses and trains to get you easily to and from your destination.