It is easy to get to Angus thanks to good road, rail and air links. The major rail and road arteries for the East of Scotland come through Angus, making it very accessible.
Visiting from Europe and beyond?
Travel from overseas by air - to Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Prestwick (also called Glasgow International Airport), or via London City Airport to Dundee.
Click here for flight times into Dundee with Scot Airways - or call 0870 60 60 707.
Dundee is on the doorstep, and Angus is within 1.5 hours drive of Aberdeen, and Edinburgh. The Scottish West coast airports are slightly further, but offer great opportunities for touring through the Trossachs and Perthshire to Angus.
Arriving by sea? Travel by sea to Rosyth from Zeebrugge with Superfast Ferries. The East coast ferry port of Rosyth is within 40 miles of Angus, giving great access through Fife to visitors from the continent of Europe.
Travelling by rail?
Go to National Rail Enquiries or call for timetables, fares, and special deals
Travelling by road?
From the Central Belt of Scotland, follow signs for Perth, Dundee or the Tay Bridge, and onward on the A92 or A90 to reach Angus.
From Inverness and the North, divert from the A9 at Dunkeld for Blairgowrie and then Kirriemuir, or follow signs for Coupar Angus, then Forfar. From Aberdeen, follow signs for the A90 or A92.
However you travel, and whenever you arrive - be assured there is a warm welcome awaiting you!