Edinburgh, a coastal city, is located in the south east of Scotland and is well served by a variety of transport networks, affording easy access from within Scotland, other parts of the United Kindom, Continental Europe and the rest of the world.
Edinburgh Airport is a short taxi ride from the city centre. There are also regular airport buses travelling between the city centre and the airport every 20 minutes.
Edinburgh Airport has regular scheduled services to a wide range of destinations across the British Isles and Continental Europe. It is also well served by connecting flights via British and other European hub airports to almost anywhere in the world. For more information, telephone +44 (0)131 333 0000
Alternatives are Glasgow International Airport and Glasgow Prestwick (served by Ryanair).
Edinburgh is well served by the national rail network. All trains arrive at Waverley Station in the centre of the City. Example journey times by train to Edinburgh from:
More detailed information can be found by contacting the National Rail Enquiry line on + 44 (0) 345 484 500.
From/To Edinburgh Mileage
Useful travel links Edinburgh
www.lufthansa.de (service to Frankfurt)
www.germanwings.com (service to Cologne)
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