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Travel to Scotland by plane or train -

Start your tour from the Airport or Train Station

All Black Kilt Tours start and end in Scotland. Scotland has a number of international airports that link to North America, Europe and London. There are excellent rail and bus connections from the rest of Great Britain.

Arriving by Cruise Ship? Consider a Day Shore Excursion

If you are on a cruise around Scotland - consider private shore excursions from Glasgow (Greenock), Edinburgh (Port of Leith), South Queensferry or Rosyth.
Shore Excursions

By Rail from Europe and the rest of Great Britain

All Scotland's cities have mainline train stations with direct connections to all major cities in Great Britain.

London - Scotland
There are frequent trains to and from London.

Glasgow (Central) is served from London (Euston Station) West Coast Mainline

Edinburgh (Waverley), Dundee and Aberdeen from London (King's Cross Station) East Coast Mainline

Through ticketing is available for Eurostar trains, from Brussels, Lille and Paris, via London

Overnight Services

Caledonian Sleepers 
are overnight train services running between Scotland and London - getting you to your destination refreshed and ready to start your day.  Every night, apart from Saturday, guests are transported both north and south between Inverness, Aberdeen, Fort William, Glasgow, Edinburgh and London Euston.

We offer a range of ways to travel - comfortable and affordable seated carriages, shared rooms and first-class private accommodation – with a dining car offering an extensive locally-sourced menu.

By Air - Flights from North America and Europe

Book a flight to London today!
Combine your Scotland tour as part of a wider European experience. Below are just some of the destinations served by Scotland's International Airports

Aberdeen International Airport LONDON (Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton. Stanstead and London City)  Amsterdam, Bergen, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Genoa, Naples, Oporto, Paris, Stavanger, Verona

Edinburgh Airport LONDON (Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton. Stanstead and London City)  New York (Newark), Philadelpia,  Chicago,Toronto, Reykjavik, Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, Geneva, Dublin, Belfast
Air Canada's budget subsidiary Rouge operate flights between Edinburgh and Toronto

Glasgow Airport LONDON (Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton. Stanstead and London City) New York, Philadelphia, Calgary, Toronto. Vancouver, Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Iceland, Paris, Rome, Belfast, Cork, Donegal, Dublin

Break your flight and fly via Iceland or Ireland or spend a few days in London and travel up to Edinburgh or Glasgow by train or plane. Talk to your local Travel Agent I am happy to coordinate your trip and offer ground handling while you are in Scotland.

Staying elsewhere in the UK: Book your flights and hotels
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