Aberdeen - AECC Bridge of Don, Aberdeen, AB23 8BL

Getting here… from within Aberdeen

AECC sits right next to the A90 trunk road so getting here by car from the city centre or further afield is a simple option.

We’re only a ten-minute taxi ride from Aberdeen railway and bus stations in the city centre.

We’re located on the Red and Pink line local bus routes (service numbers 1, 2 and 13) and the nearest bus stop is only a short walk way.

A dedicated on-site Park and Ride facility (service number X40) offers fast and regular bus services to and from the city centre – every 15 minutes at peak times.

First Bus Route Map (PDF)

Getting here… from elsewhere in the UK

Aberdeen International Airport has a busy schedule of flights to over 20 destinations across the UK.

There are regular rail services between Aberdeen and Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness and London – and many points in between.

Similarly, there are national bus services linking Aberdeen to major cities throughout the UK.

Ferry services operate between the city and the Orkney and Shetland Islands.

Ayr - Ayr Racecourse Princess Royal Suite

Getting here...

By Road
The M77 links Ayr with Glasgow which is only 37 miles away and Edinburgh is an 83 mile drive.

By Rail
There is a regular, reliable rail service from Ayr to all parts of the country and the station is less than five minutes by road or a 12 minute walk from the course.

By Ferry
Ferries run from Troon (Seasonal) - a 15 minute drive away - to Larne, and there are also ferry links from Cairnryan to Ireland.

By Air
Prestwick International Airport is only 10 minutes from Ayr and Glasgow Airport only 40 minutes, both offering flights to and from a variety of destinations.