How To Get There

Edinburgh is one of the most attractive places for the tourists and visitors adopt different mode of transport for safe and memorable journey. Some easily available means of transport include flights, train travel, buses, and cars and so on.<

here are two main railway links that connect London to Scotland. The most fastest and popular railway link is Kings Cross-station that is run from London to Edinburgh going by Newcastle.

If you are visiting Edinburgh via the west coast, trains leave Euston Station in London for Glasgow, by way of Carlisle. Majority of trains take approximately 5 hours to touch the destination (Glasgow). If you are travelling by bus it may take 12 hours for reaching it but if you have taken direct bus you may reach within 10 hours.  National Express provides bus facility daily at 9:30 am and 11 pm directly from) from London's Victoria Coach Station to Edinburgh's Bus Station near St. Andrew Square.

If you are going north to Scotland from England, it is better to take the M1 motorway north from London. If you're in the west of England, go north along M5, which begins at Exeter (Devon). Finally this will merge with M6. Continue north on M6 until you reach a point north of Carlisle. If you have to reach only Edinburgh not Glasgow then various road will lead you towards east of the capital of Scotland along with M8, which follow part of the way same as A702, A70, and A71 (all these routes are well directed with mark.) The A74 soon becomes the M74 heading toward Glasgow.

Edinburgh International Airport (EDI) is located thereabout 10 miles west of the city. It provides numerous domestic and international flight services to Europe to and North America. A large number of people visit here via a connecting flight from London, the UK's main international centre.  Edinburgh International Airport (EDI) [2] is situated some 10 miles west of the city. The airport offers a wide range of domestic and international flights to Europe and North America.

Edinburgh Airport does, however, have a daily flight to and from Newark (Continental Airlines), a short drive from New York City and also a daily flight to and from Atlanta, Georgia (Delta Air Lines). In comparison to most Scottish airports Edinburgh's European flight network is better developed and with repeated scheduled flights to places such as  Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Dublin, Frankfurt, Geneva, Madrid, Milan, Munich, Paris, Warsaw and Zurich.

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