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Scotland: a guide to getting here and getting around

Scotland is a part of the United Kingdom and occupies the northern half of the island that is Britain, Rolling hills in the borders and Dumfries go all the way to the central belt which lies between the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. The Grampian Mountains provide the backbone of the rest of Scotland and on the west coast you will find Lochs, sea lochs, islands, stunning scenery and glorious beaches,. The East coast is not as dramatic as the west, but the Moray coast ha sits own beauty.

Air Travel to Scotland.
Whether flying from an International Airport, from within Europe or from another UK airport there are numerous airports in Scotland. Edinburgh Airport, Glasgow Airport and Inverness Airport are the biggest Airports in Scotland but Aberdeen Airport, Prestwick Airport and Dundee Airport are also quite sizeable. Carriers such as British Airways, Air France, American Airlines, Etc fly into Scotland. As well as other larger international airlines there are many smaller budget airlines flying into Scotland such as BMI, easy jet, Zoom, Duo, Globespan and Scot airlines.

The Road System in Scotland
From the south the M74 runs up southern uplands of Scotland. In the Central belt the M8 meets the M74 and the it heads west to Glasgow and East to Edinburgh. The main road continues north to Stirling and onto Perth. The A90 forks off to Dundee and Aberdeen. The A9 continues northbound to Inverness, Elgin and all the way to John O'Groats. The West coast is accessed at various places off the A9. The roads in Scotland are very well maintained but it is quite a long way from the south to the north of Scotland.

If you are flying into Scotland you can hire cars from all the airports or from city or town centres. This allows you to experience all the many beautiful and interesting things in Scotland. Competitive car rental prices and online booking is available at

The Scottish Rail Network
There is an extensive rail network to both reach Scotland from England and within Scotland . All major cities such as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Inverness, Perth and Stirling are all on the network. Smaller towns are also connected but remoter areas only have road connections.

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