Scot-Lex1 will be held in the Royal Society of Edinburgh, 22-25 George Street, situated in the heart of in the Edinburgh’s city centre, with excellent transport links by bus, train and to the airport.
Travelling to Edinburgh by train
Edinburgh has two railway stations – Waverley and Haymarket. Waverley is the main station and just a short walk from the symposium venue. It has direct routes to many cities across the country. For more information on the rail network within the UK visit www.eastcoast.co.uk or www.nationalrail.co.uk.
Travelling to Edinburgh by bus
Edinburgh’s main bus terminal is located at St Andrews Square. Bus connections stretch right across the UK. For details of these routes visit: www.nationalexpress.com or www.citylink.co.uk. For information on local bus services throughout Edinburgh visit www.lothianbuses.com.
Travelling to Edinburgh by plane
Edinburgh Airport is Scotland’s busiest airport with more than 40 airlines serve over 100 destinations. It is a 20 – 40 minute taxi journey from the City Centre, depending on traffic. The cost will be approximately £20. Alternatively, there is a regular coach service from the airport to the city centre (Waverley Station). The cost for a single journey is £4 and a return journey is £7. There is more detail on travel to the city centre from the airport here.