visit moray | travel facts
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getting to moray
Car hire is available at both airports and both provide easy access to the bus service operated by Stagecoach Bluebird.
National and international flights, either direct or by connection, are available from airports within the UK.
Moray is connected by a regular rail service, operated by First Scotrail, which runs between Aberdeen and Inverness. The route incorporates the towns of Keith, Elgin and Forres.
The First Scotrail service connects stations in the south and specifically Glasgow and Edinburgh with both Inverness and Aberdeen.
Moray can be accessed from a variety of directions by road.
The A96 is the principal link between Aberdeen and Inverness, with Elgin at its centre. Aberdeen is less than one hour’s drive and Inverness is approximately 45 minutes. The A9 is the main link from Glasgow, Stirling and Perth and both Edinburgh and Glasgow are less than 4 hours drive by car.
There is a regular bus service which operates between Aberdeen and Inverness, run by Stagecoach Bluebird, with connections throughout the Moray area.