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As a traveller, when arriving at or departing from Edinburgh, you might be concerned and worried about your airport transfers or the most convenient way to travel from Edinburgh to Highlands. With the changing commuting dynamics and everyday transport needs, you would want to look out for options which are more flexible, cost-effective and customer-friendly.

While one has the liberty to explore options while travelling alone, private chauffeured services or coach hire services let you travel the way you want to. Edinburgh to Highlands coach hire or vice versa can work out well when travelling in big corporate groups, school/university trips and with families. Trains and taxis tend to be cumbersome with luggage, big groups and tight schedules. One cannot rule out the fact that booking taxis through brokers and online agents carry issues like fear of unauthorised, unknown driver without a trip-ready licensed vehicle. Last moment cancellation, surged up prices and unprofessional customer support cannot be ruled out.

On the other hand, you always have an upper hand, when you plan coach hire or book airport transfers with peer-to-peer online marketplace like TripCenter.

Not sure where to begin from?
Here’s a handy list to guide you to BOOK the most suitable airport transfers.
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TripCenter
  • Point to point transfers / day hire, multi-day hire
  • 3 seater cars – 89 seater luxury passenger coaches
  • You can choose your own vehicle (1000+ vendors)
  • Extremely suitable when travelling with luggage or in big group
  • Dedicated chauffeur waits for you for pickup/ drop beforehand
  • Edinburgh to Highlands is 7 hours and 28 minutes
  • Private chauffeured transport comes to you
  • Live pricing available
  • Confirmed pre-booking of vehicle / seats in bulk at a single point of time possible
  • Higher the number of seats booked, lower is the cost
 Tube/Train/Bus

 

  • Point to point transfers
  • Public transport
  • You cannot choose your vehicle
  • Not suitable when travelling with luggage or in big group
  • You need to port your own luggage/reach station
  • Travel time from Edinburgh to Highlands is 7 hours and 5 minutes + the time taken to reach station from your destination/hotel
  • Tickets can be pre-booked
  • Fixed pricing
  • book tickets / seats in bulk
  • Higher the number of seats booked, higher is the cost
Online Travel
Agents
  • Airport transfers
  • 3 seater cars – 16 seater passenger minibuses
  • You cannot choose your vehicle – supplied by vendor
  • Suitable for limited group size and luggage
  • No dedicated chauffeur assigned / need to wait for the vehicle to arrive
  • Travel time from Edinburgh to Highlands is 7 hours and 28 minutes
  • Need to consider time taken by van/taxi to arrive post booking
  • Variable transport options
  • Variable pricing – subject to change without notice
  • Cannot book vehicle / seats in bulk at a single point of time
  • Higher the number of seats booked, higher is the cost
Ride Hailing
Services
  • Point to point transfers
  • 3 seater cars – 6 seater vans
  • You cannot choose your vehicle – supplied by vendor
  • Not suitable when travelling with luggage or in big group
  • No dedicated chauffeur assigned / need to wait for the vehicle to arrive
  • Travel time from Edinburgh to Highlands is 7 hours and 28 minutes
  • Variable transport options
  • Variable pricing – subject to change without notice
  • Cannot book vehicle / seats in bulk at a single point of time
  • Higher the number of seats booked, higher is the cost

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As you read, we are sure you will be able to choose the most suitable transport mode for you keeping in mind your budget, comfort and ease of travelling. Along with transport, get useful information about nearby places, hotels and other details which will help make your stay and travel prompt and in accordance to your needs.

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Travelling by Public Transport
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As Highlands is very far from Edinburgh so tube service is not available. You have to take car, bus or train to reach Highlands.

Highlands is very far from Edinburgh so it depends on how you go and what kind of service you use to reach Highlands from Edinburgh. Highlands is 388 miles away from Edinburgh and if you go by car, it may take around 7 hours and 5 mins.

Highlands, is well-connected with Edinburgh thanks to the UK’s excellent, extensive rail network. For example, the train journey from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh can take as little as 4 hours 20 minutes and one way cost is as low as £40.
While travelling in Scotland, £106 ($146) is the average daily price for travelling, the average food price for one day is £27 ($37) and the average price of a hotel for a couple is £100 ($139).

Yes, you can travel by train from Edinburgh to Highlands but it may take longer time. If you’re exploring Britain by train a BritRail pass is the easiest and most cost-effective way to travel. For a single fixed price, you can make unlimited train journeys around the whole country or a region of your choice.

Highlands is very famous and beautiful place and people love to visit it often. There are many options to reach there.
Getting to and from the Highlands by train
Edinburgh to Aviemore – approx 2 hours 40 minutes
Glasgow to Fort William – approx 3 hours 50 minutes
Glasgow to Mallaig – approx 5 hours 30 minutes
Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh – approx 2 hours 40 minutes

Private Ground Transport Services
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A taxi allows you to hop around the top attractions, whether you are visiting the capital Edinburgh, exploring Glasgow and Aberdeen or conquering the Highlands. You can easily get taxis for Highlands from Edinburgh.

It depends on what kind of taxi service you avail. But on an average, it may cost you £580. This is the lowest fare.

All of Edinburgh’s major towns and cities are served by short and long-distance bus services. Coaches are a popular way to travel across the country. Tickets for these services can be bought in advance by phone, online, in stations and often on board. For busy routes and when travelling at peak times, such as weekends or national holidays, it’s a good idea to book as early as possible to guarantee a seat.

Private Chauffeured Services
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Edinburghhas a very robust network of Private transfer or ground transport. Of course one can take the taxi available from the airport terminal or book an Uber, but all of these options will be subject to availability at the time of your arrival.

Dedicated Airport Transfers
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The biggest advantage to hiring a cab and chauffeur services is that you not only get point to point services but get a private chauffeured vehicle at your service. While you have options available from various ground transport service providers and Edinburgh airport chauffeur services too, hiring your cab through TripCenter gives you few added advantages like live price updates, vehicle of your choice and licensed professional chauffeurs.

You cannot travel by tube as this service is not available but you can take bus or car to travel from Edinburgh to Highlands. You can also travel by train. Travelling by train may take longer time than travelling by bus or car.

You can hire a car. You can also use public transport. Frequency of public transport service is high and it is also one of the most economical ways of travel. Travel time and rush is high which needs to be considered while one opts for this.

Hotels near Highlands
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Highlands is Nature’s home. It is also known for hospitality and places of interest. There are many other hotels which are very well-known and decent to stay. The Park On Main Hotel, Main Street Inn Highlands, The Chandler Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites Cashiers-Sapphire Valley, Quality Inn & Suites Mt. Chalet are some of the best names while travelling to Highlands.


TighnaSgiath Country House Hotel


Glencoe House


The Boat Hotel


Glen Mor Hotel & Apartments


Beaufort Hotel

Highlands is a very popular place among tourists with many beautiful places to roam around. But if there is one place you should not miss visiting is Loch Ness – a large, deep, freshwater loch in the Scottish Highlands extending for approximately 37 kilometres (23 miles) southwest of Inverness. Its surface is 16 metres (52 feet) above sea level. Loch Ness is best known for alleged sightings of the cryptozoological Loch Ness Monster, also known affectionately as “Nessie”.

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