Attending an Event
This is no greater city to ignite the imagination than Edinburgh. It is a city where elegance, culture and history fuse offering the perfect place to spend an extra day or two exploring the beauty of Scotland.
Edinburgh is a dynamic and contemporary city with a growing reputation as the place to be and the place to go.
For additional information of what to do in Scotland during your stay and for accommodation visit www.visitscotland.com
Edinburgh is better connected than ever before. We have an outstanding transportation network whether by air, rail or road, getting here has never been easier.
Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's capital airport. More than 40 airlines serve 100-plus destinations and some nine million passengers a year pass through the airport. For flight information visit www.edinburghairport.com
Edinburgh is serviced by two railway stations, Waverley & Haymarket and has a growing network of direct routes. For train timetables and real-time running times contact National Railway Enquiries on 08457 49 50 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
Edinburgh’s main terminal is situated in the city centre at St Andrews Street. To plan and book you national or local route by bus visit www.nationalexpress.com or www.citylink.co.uk
Murrayfield is in the city centre and has private parking for over 1,000 cars. Get your route direct to Murrayfield by visiting www.multimap.com. Your destination postcode is EH12 5PJ
For all of your travel enquires www.transportdirect.info can give multiple options
To discuss your accommodation requirements and use the Edinburgh Convention Bureau accommodation service, please contact Julie Barnsley, Head of Conference Accommodation Sales on +44 (0) 131 473 3874 or email mailto: