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I'm planning to visit Scotland in summer for 12 days. Whats the best way to travel around within the country? To rent a car, travel by bus, train, etc.?

Asked by Livio Götz via Site_iconTravellr.com

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    Oh bonnie Scotland. :-)

    If you have the budget, then I would definitely hire a car. Whist the train and bus service are pretty good, you have a limited time and quite a large area to cover, so a car will make it more flexible for you.

    In the more remote areas, such as in the Highlands, there may only be one local bus a day, so you could spend a lot of time trying to get around.


    If you wanted to join an organised tour, I have heard good things about:

    http://macbackpackers.com/ almost 11 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    If you plan to stay in the south of Scotland you can youse the bus or the train. When you plan your holiday´s in the Highlands it´s mutch better you hire a care.

    Because there not so many conections between the villages. And you spend a lot of time with waiting.

    I stey 1 month in Scotland,and I have a care. This was the best decision for me. over 10 years ago

    Answered by Helga via Site_iconTravellr.com

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