The best thing about living in Edinburgh is going everywhere is in walking distance! Most of the time, you can basically walk from your flat to several popular places. However, there are some options if you don't feel like walking or want to go somewhere far.

  1. Taxi: to have a better and faster travel in the city, you can use taxi. There are lots of taxis provider in Edinburgh such as CityCab, Uber, and Gett, among others.

  2. Bus (Inner City Edinburgh): you can buy the bus ticket directly from the bus or online. There are two types of ticket: (a) one-way ticket for £1.60 or (b) day ticket for £4. Another option is to buy Ridacard (membership card for public transport). You can buy the card here. The membership fee is £40 / month.

  3. Bus (Outer Edinburgh): to travel across cities, you can definitely use bus. The fare differs according to your time and destination. There are several bus or travel service such as Megabus or Citilink.

  4. Train: another option for travelling across cities, although it can be rather pricey. One of our favourites is Virgin Trains. To get cheaper ticket, you can apply for a 16-25 Railcard, and receive discounted fares. You can get on board from Waverley Station which is right in the middle of the city.