The City and Royal Burgh of Elgin is situated some five miles inland on the south coast of the Moray Firth and lies roughly midway between Inverness to the west and Aberdeen in the east.
Elgin is the administrative and commercial capital of the county of Moray, and is easily reached by road, rail and air.
If you are you are travelling by road, follow the A9 north of Perth, and turn right onto the A95 after passing Aviemore.This will take you through breathtaking scenery down the Spey Valley, through Aberlour and Craigellachie follow the A941 and onto Rothes before you reach Elgin.
Alternatively, from Inverness or Aberdeen, follow the A96, which passes through Elgin. The east coast rail line to Aberdeen is extended onwards via Elgin and then to Inverness.
Inverness Airport is only forty minutes drive away, with many links from the south. There is also a good bus service in the area.
Please click for airport bus timetable: http://www.stagecoachbus.com/timetables.aspx?serviceid=1487&locationId=88&from=&to=&locval=135
Getting to Elgin
Elgin is situated on the A96 which runs from Inverness to Aberdeen or can be accessed by following the A95/A941 from Aviemore.
Elgin is approximately 125 miles from Perth, 170 miles from Edinburgh, 190 miles from Glasgow and 590 miles from London.
Stagecoach Bluebird buses run frequent services throughout the area. or visit www.stagecoach.com
Elgin station is fully serviced by the Inverness to Aberdeen line both of which are linked to the national network. For fares and timetable information contact: visit www.scotrail.co.uk
The nearest airports to Elgin are Aberdeen and Inverness. For flight information contact:
Aberdeen: 0844 481 6666 or visit www.aberdeenairport.com
Inverness: 01667 464000 or visit www.hial.co.uk/inverness-airport