Getting to Edinburgh
Edinburgh has excellent transport links both by plane and by rail.
Edinburgh airport is located 5 miles west of the city centre, and there is a shuttle bus service "Airlink 100" between the airport and Waverley train station (the drop-off point is by the junction of Market St and Cockburn St). Tickets cost £7.50 for an open return, and can be purchased at the airport kiosk, directly on the bus, or online. Travel time is 20 ~ 25 minutes. The airport is served from all London airports, as well as many locations in Europe and beyond.
Waverley train station is located in the centre of the city, within a short walk of the Old Town and conference venues. There are regular services to London King's Cross on the East Coast mainline, and other major UK cities via connecting routes.
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You must have a valid passport with or without visa, depending on your nationality; check with your country’s Embassy. The currency in Scotland is the Pound Sterling. Both English and various Scottish notes are accepted. Electricity in Scotland is 230V at 50Hz, with 3 pin type G plugs being the standard.