Getting to the North East 250 and the start of your adventure couldn’t be easier. Below we have given you a number of transport links to help your passage to the Heart of Scotland.
Aberdeen International Airport, Dyce, Aberdeen, Scotland AB21 7DU
Located in Dyce just six miles from Aberdeen City centre, Aberdeen International Airport serves over 20 airlines and is the perfect point to start your North East 250 road trip. To find out which airlines fly into Aberdeen International Airport please find information here. For transport and directions to and from Aberdeen International Airport and also information on airport car parking you can find out all you need to know here. Airport car hire There are various on-site car hire operators at Aberdeen International Airport. Find a great deal on car hire for your North East 250 road trip here.
Aberdeen Station Guild Street, Aberdeen AB11 6LX, UK Aberdeen’s rail station is located in the heart of the city and next door to the excellent Union Square shopping centre. Scotrail Scotrail provides express train services to Aberdeen from many major UK cities. Watch out for their lovely new trains coming into service in the near future. Caledonian Sleeper Caledonian Sleepers are overnight train services running between Scotland and London – getting you to your destination refreshed and ready to start your day.
Use Google Maps to join the North East 250 from wherever the most convenient start point is for you. Being a circular route, you are able to join at any point along this fantastic road trip to start your adventure.
When you have arrived in the beautiful North East corner of Scotland, get around the North East 250 using public transport by checking out Traveline Scotland.
ChargePlace Scotland is a national network of electric vehicle charge points available across Scotland.
Take a look at our interactive map for all of our official North East 250 Business Members who provide vehicle hire.