Aviemore is located on the north side of the Cairngorms National Park and is easy to reach by rail, air or road.
There is a train link to Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh and there is a direct service from the south including a sleeper train option from London. See the sleeper train timetable.
The train station is just a 5 minute walk from the conference venue.
We are pleased to offer conference delegates a discount of 30% on train travel with Scotrail. If you wish to take advantage of this offer please call the Scotrail Customer Centre on (44) 344 811 0144. The Discount of 30% is offered on Anytime Return ScotRail Service to and from Aviemore between the 16 September and 22 September. You must provide a booking code/reference – Europarc 2018 and tickets can either be posted or collected from a station where ticketing facilities are available – please advise your preference at time of booking. For more details of train and bus journeys to Aviemore please see travelinescotland.com
Inverness Airport is only a 30 minute car journey by car. There is also a regular bus which runs from the airport to the train station in Inverness and takes about 30 minutes, from there you can take a train to Aviemore the journey time for the train is 35-40 minutes.
From Edinburgh Airport or Glasgow Airport – You can hire a car and drive to Aviemore which takes about 2.5-3hrs or you can take a bus or tram to the city centre train station and then Aviemore is about 2.5-3 hours away by train.
From Aberdeen Airport you can hire a car and drive 2.5 hour drive direct to Aviemore. Public transport takes much longer and you would need to take a short taxi ride to Dyce train station and then a 3.5 hour train journey to Aviemore.
The Jet Bus from Inverness Airport to Inverness Bus Station (City Centre) takes 25minutes and runs throughout the day. The bus stop is approximately 30metres from the front entrance at the airport.
Cost to Inverness – single from £4.20 / return from £7.20
First bus (Mon-Fri) arrives in Inverness Bus Station @ 06.22
Last bus (Mon–Fri) arrives in Inverness Bus Station @ 23.22
By road there are several gateways to the Cairngorms National Park; the well-known A9 Highland Tourist Route is most popular, but there are alternative routes which will take you through some of the most stunning landscapes.
Conference postcode for satnav: PH22 1PN
For directions and an estimate of your journey time visit Traveline Scotland. Check your journey before you set off for road disruptions by visiting Traffic Scotland. For further information on local Taxi firms, car and coach hire please go to Visit Cairngorms.