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Bus Ticket From Edinburgh To Inverness

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Edinburgh is one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in Europe with streets, hills, monuments, parks, shops, restaurants, pubs, the castle and lots of history contained in a few kilometers.

Bus Ticket From Edinburgh To Inverness

It has excellent bus service until late evening and bus tickets at affordable price. The pubs are all characteristic and almost all offer live music.


The city of Inverness is crossed by several bridges, while some are built for pedestrian use only. Aside from taking a stroll along the parks, you can take a walk through its coastal shores to admire fascinating views of the city from the water where you can admire the castles and churches.

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Here are the available modes of transport from Edinburgh to Inverness.

Bus Ticket From Edinburgh To Inverness

The distance between Edinburgh to Inverness is 155.4 miles (via the A9 highway). The travel duration between the two prominent cities in Scotland is 3 hours and 7 minutes. There are two bus transport service providers that covers the bus route from Edinburgh to Inverness (Citylink and Megabus). The bus fare can be purchased for as low as £ 15. It is more practical to make reservations and advanced booking online, you can visit this site: http://www.citylink.co.uk/journeyplanner.php

If traveling by car or driving a rented vehicle from the airport is your chosen mode of transportation, the travel duration is estimated at 3 hours.

Bus Ticket From Edinburgh To Inverness

Train Ticket From Edinburgh To Inverness

There is only one railway transport provider that covers the Edinburgh to Inverness railway route (Scotrail).  The estimated railway travel duration is 3 hours and 44 minutes. The railway transport fares are classified according to the type of accommodation availed by the passenger. The cheapest train fare begins at US$ 22.

Airplane Ticket From Edinburgh To Inverness

A total of ten local and international airlines offer daily air transport service from Edinburgh to Inverness. The estimated travel duration is 6 hours and 50 minutes (with one stop) The cheapest plane fare can be availed at £ 81. For more information about fares and schedules, check here: http://www.cheapflights.co.uk/flights/Inverness/Edinburgh/

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