• Citylink
Scottish Cytlink is an express coach service in Ireland and Scotland. In Ireland, the company name is Irish Citylink.

Operation and Scope

Scottish Citylink has a massive network of express coach services inside of Scotland, and it maintains 19 routes that link up the cities of Inverness, Dundee, Stirling, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow. It also links the outlying rural areas of the Highlands to the more densely populated urban parts of Scotland. There are more than 200 destinations total served by the company inside of Scotland on a network that utilizes roughly 90 coaches by coach operators that are local to the area around each destination. Scottish Citylink serves more than three million passengers each year.

Scottish Citylink is the premier coach service operator in Scotland, and it’s probably the only coach company you’ll need to use if you’re traveling by coach in Scotland. There’s really no need to use another coach service in the country. Just bookmark the Scottish Citylink website on your mobile phone.


Some of the top destinations that Scottish Citylink services include Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Oban, Blackpool, Belfast, Skye, Dundee, and Perth.

Journey Planner

You can use the journey planner by clicking on “Journey Planner” on their website. From there, it’s really simple to set up your journey. You can book your tickets online quite easily.

Just look at the blue rectangular area that you see right when you click “Journey Planner” and enter in your “From” and “To” destination, as well as your “Ticket Type”, “Depart Date”, and “Time”. There are pull-down menus that will let you select the number of “Standard”, “Child”, “Discount”, “Elderly/Disabled”, or “Young Person” tickets. Then, you click the yellow button that says “Search for Coach Times and Fares”.

Step 1: Journey Information

Choose the place you’d like to go and when. Choose your journey type and select the number of passengers under the appropriate passenger category.

Step 2: Choose you Journey and Fare

Choose the journey/journeys that you need, and you will then be shown a list of all the fares available for those journeys.

Step 3: Manner of Delivery

You will asked to input how you want to get your tickets.

Step 4: Your Payment

You will enter in your credit card information along with your personal information.

Step 5: Verify your Booking

You will need to check to see that your personal information and journey data is correct.

Step 6: Payment Confirmation

You will need to print out your payment confirmation and keep a note of the ticket number.


When you click on the “Timetables” tab across the top toolbar of the website, you will see a list of routes. You can just select the route you’re interested in to get a downloadable PDF version of the current timetable that you’ve chosen. Just keep that timetable PDF with you so that you’ll always know where and when the coach service is operating, for the route that you’re interested in.

If you want to follow the company or get updates, you can check out the “service updates” part of the website, the “latest news” part of the website, follow the company on Facebook, or contact the company by clicking on the “Contact Us” link. You can get any additional information that you might not see readily available on the website. Although, all of the information you need as a tourist or traveler should be available on the website. The website is easy to use and navigate, and you shouldn’t have any trouble booking your tickets online, getting route information, or paying for your tickets.

Scottish Citylink

Company Address:
Scottish Citylink Coaches Ltd
?Buchanan Bus Station
?Killermont Street
?Glasgow G2 3NW

Customer Care (UK): 0871 266 33 33

Monday to Sunday 24 X 7

Company Website

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