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Wherever you're coming from, however you choose to travel, getting to Edinburgh is easier than you might think. Whether you choose to take a train, plane, car, coach or boat to the city, Scotland's capital is within your reach.

Excellent rail links throughout the UK make the train a great way to get here. And numerous direct scheduled flights from major airports, both in the UK and overseas, mean travelling to Edinburgh is more than just a flight of fancy.

The city of Edinburgh has two train stations: Waverley and Haymarket, both of which are served by regular bus services between them and the main terminal at Edinburgh Airport.

A high-quality, modern and efficient tram network is being created for Edinburgh and is scheduled to be running on the Capital's streets by 2011.

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Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport handles roughly 7.5 million passengers a year and demand is growing. Edinburgh airport has one terminal in which 30 airlines fly from.

Address: Edinburgh Airport, Scotland, EH12 9DN
Tel: +44 (0)844 481 8989

Edinburgh Trams

The construction of Edinburgh Trams is well underway on the streets of Edinburgh and they will be operational in 2012.

Address: Freepost RRYA-BBTU-HAUB Edinburgh Trams EDINBURGH EH12 5HD
Tel: 0800 328 3934

Edinburgh Waverley station

The station was first opened in 1846 and was rebuilt between 1892-1902. It lies between the old town and modern Edinburgh, adjacent to Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle and the Princes Street Gardens.

Address: Edinburgh Waverley station, Edinburgh EH1 1BB
Tel: 08457 11 41 41

Haymarket Railway Station

Haymarket railway station is Edinburgh's second largest station after Waverley, a major commuter and long-distance destination, located quite centrally near the West End.

Address: Edinburgh City of Edinburgh EH12 5EY

Where is Edinburgh?

Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, is located in Southern Scotland on the east coast.