Getting to Inveraray by train
Dalmally Train Station may be the closest station to Inveraray being approximately 15 miles away.
It is usually 8 hours journey from London and appears that from anywhere south of England, the main station to get to is Glasgow Central Station. You can then take a train to Glasgow Queen Street and from there to Dalmally which is a 2 hours train ride.
For more information on the train time tables and fares to Inveraray visit www.nationalrail.co.uk
From Dalmally train station you can take a bus which takes approximately 25 minutes to arrive at Inveraray. You can visit the City Link website to find out exact timetables and prices.
Getting to Inveraray by bus from Glasgow
You can take a bus from Glasgow which usually leaves from Glasgow Buchanan Bus Stop and goes via Luss Village (Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park) and arrives at Inveraray in around 2 hours.
For more information on the bus timetables and fares you can visit the Scottish Citylink website at www.citylink.co.uk or email them on firstname.lastname@example.org
Getting to Inveraray by Car
You can type in the address for Inveraray Tourist Information Centre on your GPS/sat nav –
Telephone number for Inverary Tourist information Centre – 0149 930 2063
The car park in Inveraray is located right near the information centre with an arch gate entrance that can’t be missed. A custom Google map of the Inveraray car park is shown above. You can plan your journey using Google maps by clicking on the Inveraray car park highlighted in the map.
Driving Directions to Inveraray from Glasgow
Inveraray is served very conveniently by A83 which runs right through the town.
A typical drive up North to Inveraray from Glasgow involves driving on M8, then A82 and then following the signs for A83. Please refer to the Google map below to get a better picture of directions.
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