You don’t want to start your Edinburgh hen weekend worrying about hen do transfers and trying to figure out Google Maps. We’re here to offer help and advice for planning your hen party transport in Edinburgh and how to navigate your way around the city... tartan, whisky and of course lots of och aye tha noo.
Making life easy our mobile app gives you and your hens a fully bespoke itinerary. With contact details for every part of your hen weekend you'll be exactly where you need to be at all times.
Edinburgh is situated on the East coast of Scotland, and with its modern travel links it is perfectly placed to host your Edinburgh hen party.
Come fly with us
Edinburgh International Airport (EDI) handles 9m passengers a year, and is a thriving and growing international airport serving the capital city, which means that your Edinburgh hen weekends are not just a just a flight of fancy. Over 40 airlines serve more than 100 destinations, which include a long list of domestic flights, e.g. Birmingham, Norwich, Exeter, Bristol, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and all the London airports and more! Call our Team on 01992 655580 and we can help sort flights.
Let the train take the strain
Edinburgh Waverley railway station, commonly referred to as just "Waverley" locally, is the main railway station in the Scottish capital Edinburgh. It has great rail links to the other major cities too. The journey from London is about 5 hours, Birmingham 4 hours 30 min, Manchester 4 hours, York 3 hours whilst Newcastle, Inverness and Aberdeen are all about 2 hours away by train.
Take a road trip
Because Edinburgh is located at the heart of the Scottish motorway network, it can be surprisingly quick and easy to get to your Edinburgh hen weekend by car. It’s the A9 and M90 from the north of Scotland, the M8 from the west coast, and the A1 from the south of Scotland. If you dare (and we do!) to cross the border from England you can do it on the M6 and M74 from the west, or the A1 from the east.
Catch the bus
An excellent bus service transports you across the city throughout the day and night, including a regular 24 hour service to Edinburgh Airport.
Take the tram
WiFi friendly trams run 14 km from York Place in the city centre to Edinburgh Airport, in a journey time of approximately 35 minutes. Wheel chair accessible, ramps and lifts are provided at the stops along the route.
Call a cab
You've partied hard, your feet are killing you and you just need to hit your bed... fear not, there's over 1000 black cabs operating in the city centre.
Arranging transport for a large group to your activities can be a right chore! Look no further, we've got it covered! Ask about our Activity Transfers option.