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Travelling to Scotland
By Air...
Scotland has convenient, worldwide links with most countries via international carriers and their partners. Direct flights are available into the four international airports of Glasgow, Prestwick, Edinburgh and Aberdeen. More
By Car...
By Car The main motorway connection into Scotland is the M6 through the west of England and joining the M74 at the Scottish Border. Further information on car hire also available.
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By Rail...
By Rail GNER operate the East Coast Service from London's Kings Cross Station to Edinburgh (4.5 hours approx) and Aberdeen (7 hours approx) while Virgin Train operate the West Coast Service to Glasgow (5 hours approx). More
By Coach...
By Private Coach There are numerous coach services to and from scotland via London and other major UK cities which operate throughout each day and overnight. More
By Ferry...
By Ferry There are frequent ferry services from the continent to the north of England within easy reach of the Scottish Borders. Newcastle is approximately 2 hours by car from Edinburgh and Hull is approximately 5 hours. More

Travelling within Scotland

By Air...
By Air There is an excellent internal air network with year round daily flights connecting the islands and several regional airports with the main airports of Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness.
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By Car...
By Car The most popular and versatile way of visiting Scotland on a golf vacation is by car. International car hire companies require the driver to be over 23 years old and have held a full driving licence for at least one year. More
By Rail...
By Train Scotrail operates a comprehensive internal rail network emanating from the main stations of Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen and reaching most parts of Scotland.
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By Coach...
By Private Coach Larger parties of golfers may prefer to hire a private coach to transport them during their entire visit. If numbers are large enough this can prove cost effective and efficient especially if you are covering long distances. More
By Ferry...
By Ferry To explore Scotland's islands it is necessary to take a ferry or plane. Caledonian McBrayne offers car ferry services to most of the Western isles while Scottish P&O offer sailings to Orkney and Shetland. More
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