Edinburgh To Aberdeen Train

Edinburgh:

Edinburgh lies at the heart of the urban zone of the country and is the seventh most populous city of United Kingdom. City inculcates numerous pre-historic museums, festivals, films, theatres, galleries and shopping centers to be served as the best- in- class tourist’s attraction of the country.

Main sources of attractions of Edinburgh region are:

1. Royal Yacht Britannia
2. Inchcolm Abbey (South Queensferry)
3. Holyrood Park
4. Calton Hill
5. Palace of Holyroodhouse
6. Craigmillar Castle
7. BrewDog Edinburgh
8. Innis & Gunn at No 6
9. Cranachan & Crowdie

Transport in Edinburgh:

Edinburgh holds a significant position for public transportation in the United Kingdom, which inculcates airplanes, trains, trams and buses. Among these, buses are the main source of transportation with Lothian Buses and Andrew Square are the most popular bus service operators in the city.

Aberdeen:

Aberdeen is also known as ‘The Silver City’ of the United Kingdom and also popular for its Golden Sands. City offers a unique blend of maritime geography, arts, cultures and theatres to attract number of national and international tourists around the globe every year.

Main sources of attractions of Aberdeen area are:

1. Marischal College
2. Central Library
3. Aberdeen Watersports Centre
4. Brig 'o' Balgownie
5. Nick Nairn Cook
6. The Trickery
7. Seaton Park
8. Old Deeside Railway Line
9. Six Degrees North

Transport in Aberdeen:

Aberdeen city has widespread and complex transportation network like most of the cities of United Kingdom. City inculcates six highways to counter- link whole of the city with buses as the main source of public transportation. City bus services are mainly operated privately by First Group and via their subsidiary First Aberdeen.

Rail Transportation from Edinburgh to Aberdeen:

Train services run between Edinburgh Waverley to Aberdeen Station. The total journey time required to travel is 2hours and 18 minutes for covering a distance of 148 kilometers.

East Coast and ScotRail are the only service providers between Edinburgh Waverley to Aberdeen. Train services on this route are directly between the destinations always, irrespective of route options. Departure of trains from Edinburgh starts at around 09:28 a.m. in the morning and lasts up to 06:37 p.m. The busiest day on this journey is Sunday with second busiest day for this is Monday and least busy day is Wednesday. There is a variation in tickets throughout the day from £11.42 (Minimum Price) to £24.10 (Maximum Price) with £25.58 (Average Price). Cheap train tickets can be booked online at Trainline and other booking sites such as Raileasy.co.uk and Redspottedhanky.com.

Only train connection for this route is directly from Edinburgh to Aberdeen. Especially for weekends however the schedule slows down slightly, with services not starting until 09:30 a.m. and on an average single train departs every hour from Edinburgh. Using this route one can reach Aberdeen latest by 11:54 a.m. and last up to 09:07 p.m. Peak hour charges are generally applicable in the afternoon i.e. from £21.50 to £24.10 for trains depart at 03:28 p.m. & 01:28 p.m. respectively. Ticket charges are minimum in the morning i.e. £11.42 for the both of the trains departs at 09:28 a.m. & 10:28 a.m. from Edinburgh.

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