Business travel in Scotland is easier than you might think. Inverness and Loch Ness may be in the remote Highlands of Scotland, but we have excellent travel links. Whether you want to travel by Air, Rail, or Road, you won’t be disappointed. Inverness Airport recently awarded as “Scottish Airport of the Year” enjoys daily flights to and from major airports with all the key airlines. Read below for more information on airlines and travel locally to and from the airport.
Inverness is the Capital City of the Highlands. We have great road and rail links directly to the city centre. Whilst we are a remote city, business travel is simple. Arrive in the city and be at the far end of Loch Ness in less time than it would take to cross London! A ring road connects the circumference of Loch Ness to the city of Inverness, making for a simple commute. So whether you’re staying in Inverness, at a conference on the North Side in one of our Scottish Castles, or escaping to the beautiful South side of Loch Ness, getting there will not be a problem.
Inverness is well served with transport links and with the airport just 10 minutes from the city centre it is easy for visitors from all parts of the globe to get here by air. What’s more, taxis, private chauffeurs and tour guides are readily available to escort you from A to B.
There are good road and rail links into Inverness from the south both offering the opportunity to enjoy fabulous scenery en route making the journey a part of your lifelong memorable experience of Scotland.
National bus companies including Megabus, Citylink, National Express & Stagecoach will take you from major British cities to Farraline Park Bus Station in the centre of Inverness, where local rural buses provide a service to all Loch Ness and Highland areas. Try Traveline Scotland journey planner.
Telephone: 0871 200 22 33 for timetables for buses, trains, coaches, ferries and Scottish internal flights.
Local Car Tour Operators & Bus Tour Operators offer organised and tailored tours. There are licensed taxi ranks at Inverness Airport, Inverness bus station and train station. Local Loch Ness tour cars and taxis can be ordered in advance, and many accommodation providers will help you arrange transfers – just ask when booking.
To reach Loch Ness by rail you can travel to nearby Inverness or Fort William. From Inverness there are regular journeys north to Thurso, east to Aberdeen, west to Skye & the Kyle of Lochalsh, and south with direct fast services from Glasgow, Edinburgh and London (including sleeper services) – one of the most relaxing and scenic ways to travel to the Highlands and most trains will also happily carry your bicycle…