Scotland

Scotland

Being extremely bias, we here at Ferry To Europe believe that Scotland really is the greatest country in the world and everyone should visit it at some point in their lifetime. We found this page especially hard to write because there is literally so many things we wanted to share with you. Steeped in culture and history and untamed landscapes as far as they eye can see, this really is a truly spectacular country.

Travelling to Scotland by Ferry

There are two different ferry routes operated by Stena Line and P&O Ferries arriving in Scotland daily from Ireland. Both routes arrive into Cairnryan, which is less than a 2 hour drive from Glasgow.

Ferries to Scotland

Car & 4 passengers from £199
6 sailings per day       Sailing time: 2hr 15m
Car & 4 passengers from £188
6 sailings per day       Sailing time: 2 hours

Where to visit in Scotland

The granite city of Aberdeen is city which has made it’s money in the oil and gas industry, becoming the oil capital of Europe. With its bustling harbour and stunning coastline (and don’t forget a Royal residence just along the road) it has lot to entertain people of all ages.

The capital of this great nation is Edinburgh, which seamlessly blends the old town with the new. Keeping the history and culture alive from years gone by, by keeping them at the forefront of all things modern.

Why visit Glasgow? quite simply, the People Make Glasgow. You won’t find a friendlier city on the planet. Fact!

The beautiful town of St Andrews lies on the Fife coast. Famous for its University (The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge both attended here) it’s coastline, and the the title of being “The Home of Golf” its a picturesque place to be visited by all.

The small city of Stirling has a big history, full of many historic attractions. From castles to cottages everywhere you look the views are spectacular.

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