Dundee & Angus
Combine the country's first UNESCO City of Design, the countryside that brought us Aberdeen Angus beef, Arbroath Smokies and Peter Pan, and you’ve got Dundee & Angus! This beautiful, historic and vibrant region is now well-known now thanks to the brilliant V&A, but did you know that things to do in Angus include watersports, hillwalking amongst the glens, historic houses, and delicious food and drink?
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Getting to Dundee & Angus
Bus and coach
Dundee is served by coaches from across the UK, while local bus services connect up the smaller towns and villages in the Angus region.
For a connection in Scotland from places including Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen check out Citylink
You can reach Angus by heading either north or south towards Dundee, and then using the A92 or A90 roads.
Dundee city can be reached by car along the main motorways. It's around 1 to 2 hours travel from Glasgow, Edinburgh or Aberdeen.
Using an electric car? View a map of electric charging points in Angus.
Dundee is within easy reach of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen airports, if you are flying into Scotland from Europe and beyond.
Dundee does have its own small airport which can be used to travel from London City and Belfast City airports.
Getting around Dundee & Angus
Bus and coach
Dundee & Angus has an excellent public transport network if you are planning on leaving the car behind.
Local bus services run across Dundee, Angus and into neighbouring areas.
Check out Traveline for detailed information on tickets and routes.
Angus has a host of popular cycle routes for those looking to explore on two wheels.
For more information on cycle trails in the area head to VisitAngus
Local trains run regularly to stops in Angus including Carnoustie, Arbroath and Montrose.
For rail travel within Scotland, always check the ScotRail website.
Dundee & Angus is home to an excellent road network with motorwyas as well as more scenic routes for visitors.
The A90 and A92 run through Angus, providing easy access to the Scottish motorway network and the rest of the UK.
For detailed info and maps check out the VisitAngus website.
Places to Eat in Dundee & Angus
From top quality beef to local delicacy Arbroath smokies, Dundee & Angus is a great destination for foodies.
A tip from your local expert
Take time to explore the majestic landscapes and market towns of the Angus Glens, filled with lucious walks through the heather or even climb a Munro. There are dozens of towns to explore, including Kirriemuir where J.M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan, was born.
Assistant iCentre Manager, Dundee
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