A local bus service operated by Stagecoach bus makes it way the high street of Crieff
A car on Dalginross Bridge over the River Earn with Comrie Community Centre in a converted church visible beyond, Comrie
Pitlochry Railway Station
The city of Perth has an excellent public transport system but is small and compact enough to be easily accessible on foot. If you want to explore the region beyond the city and its charming towns and villages but don't have a car, there are buses and trains which make travelling to and from your destination straightforward.
If traveling to Perthshire by ferry, you can take your car with you. But if you decide to leave the car at home there are plenty of opportunities to rent a vehicle once you arrive here. Car hire companies operating in Perth include Grassicks of Perth and Turner Hire Drive. Arnold Clark and Enterprise Rent-A-Car also have branches in Perth. Taxi hire and car rental services are available at railways stations and at Edinburgh and Dundee Airports which are just 30 minutes away and Glasgow Airport which is just over an hour’s drive from Perthshire.
Perthshire’s quiet country roads make exploring the region by bike a sheer delight. You can either bring your own bike or hire one once you arrive here.
Sit back and relax and let someone else do the driving for you? Perthshire boasts an extensive network of regular bus services which connect Perth and most of the region’s towns and villages. Stagecoach and local bus companies operate a high frequency of services across Perthshire.
Perthshire has a number of train stations which include Perth, Invergowrie, Gleneagles, Dunkeld and Birnam, Ladybank and Pitlochry. You can also travel on two historic and world famous railways while here: The Highland Line which travels through Pitlochry and Blair Atholl, and the scenic West Highland Link which stops at Rannoch Moor.
One of the best ways to experience the breathtaking scenery, diverse attractions and attractive towns and villages of Perthshire is with a tour operator. Soak up the stunning landscape in a comfortable coach or minibus while a knowledgeable and experienced local guide teaches you about this unique part of Scotland.