Anyone hoping to explore the wonderful world of golf in Scotland will have a number of wonderful travel options at their disposal from car hire options to public and private transport you will not struggle to get around this wonderful country.
Any trip to Scotland would not be complete without sampling the wonderful golf courses with people travelling the world over to enjoy their quality. However, there is much more to Scotland than that with bustling metropolitan cities with great bars, restaurants and night life to the undiluted beauty of the Scottish Highlands. There are a great number of breathtaking landscapes mind blowing attractions to be enjoyed and, of course, there are the famous whiskey distilleries dotted about the country that are always worth a visit.
Here are just some of our recommendations for getting around Scotland and having the chance to enjoy everything it has to offer, especially the golf!
Travelling Scotland by train is a wonderful way to see more of the country and get about quickly and easily. With great rail routes and investments in train stations in and around Scotland, travelling by train is a great option. For details on train times, cheap tickets and locations from Edinburgh to Inverness and Leeds to London go to - http://www.eastcoast.co.uk.
Travelling Scotland by bus is another great way to see more of the country with a number of great deals available. The public transport system in Scotland is great and there are a number of tickets that can link up your journeys. Searching online for the best deals from bus companies is probably the best option depending on where you plan to visit and long you will be travelling for. For great offers on Scottish coach tours or holidays visit Highland Escapades.
Whether you are renting a car or driving your own vehicle you will be in for a treat with some of the most beautiful roads in the UK found in Scotland. Depending on the time of year you might want to download apps that will let you know the status of roads as the further north you travel in winter the more likely it is that you could find road closures or other driving obstacles.
No matter how you plan to visit Scotland’s top golf courses you are bound to have a great time in a beautiful and friendly country that has great history and traditions.