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Getting Here

It's easier to get here than you may think...


Wick John O Groats Airport operates scheduled flights from Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

Inverness Airport has scheduled flights operate between Inverness and London Gatwick, London Luton, Amsterdam, Belfast City, Birmingham, Bristol, Manchester, Benbecula and Stornoway in the Western Isles, Kirkwall in Orkney and Sumburgh in Shetland, plus seasonal flights to Geneva.


Stagecoach operates a service from Inverness to Thurso.


National bus companies including MegabusCitylinkNational Express & Stagecoach will take you from major British cities to the bus station in the centre of Inverness.


Try journey planner


There is a railway station located in central Inverness which connects to the Far North Line which terminates in  Thurso.

Inverness is accessible by train from Glasgow, Edinburgh and London in the South (including sleeper services), Aberdeen in the east, Thurso in the north, and Kyle of Lochalsh in the west. Travelling by train is one of the most relaxing and scenic ways to reach the Higlands – most trains will also happily carry your bike (although you do need to pre book).

Car Hire

There are several companies for car hire at Inverness airport or Inverness city should you choose to travel by plane, bus or train.

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