Travelling to Scotland from Ireland by ferry is a popular choice
Scotland enjoys excellent travel links with Ireland with frequent sailings and flights between major ferry ports and airports.
Travelling by ferry from the major ports of Belfast and Larne to Cairnryan or Troon in the southwest of Scotland is a popular option for visitors from Ireland. The ferries on these routes are modern and well-equipped and sail several times daily. Crossing times are between 1 and 2 hours, depending on the route and service.
There are regular flights from Dublin, Donegal, Cork, Knock and Shannon to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Prestwick Airports. You can search for flights on comparison sites such as SkyScanner, Travel Supermarket and Cheapflights.