Edinburgh/West

Human Saltire at the Scotland v England 6 Nations 2008 match, Murrayfield Stadium

This article covers the outlying areas of Edinburgh to the west of Haymarket Railway Station and Granton Harbour, and north of Lanark Road.

Get in

By train

Trains from the north, west and south-west will stop at Haymarket station. Trains from Fife also stop at South Gyle station. Local trains serving Edinburgh from Stirling and Glasgow (Queen Street Low Level) also stop at Edinburgh Park Station. There are also stations at Slateford, Kingsknowe, Wester Hailes and Curriehill served by stopping trains on the Edinburgh-Glasgow Central line.

By bus

Lothian Buses have a comprehensive service throughout the west of the city. Many services depart from Princes Street in the New Town. The Airlink 100 passes through the area between the airport, the zoo and Haymarket.

By tram

The new Edinburgh tram passes through the west of the city on its way between the city centre (via Haymarket) to the airport. Most of the route is not close to attractions, but the tram does stop at Murrayfield and Edinburgh Park.

See

Penguin Parade

Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

Budget

Mid-Range

Splurge

Connect

Internet

Go next

Map of central Edinburgh districts


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