Edinburgh Tour, Lawnmarket,© Edinburgh Bus Tours
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Getting to Corstorphine

Corstorphine has great connections to the city centre and onward travel.

Corstorphine is conveniently connected to the city centre and offers great options for onward travel. If you’re looking for a hassle-free way to get in or out of Corstorphine, the bus is your best bet. You’ll find frequent services throughout the day, such as the 12, 26, 31, or the Airlink 100, which can take you to popular destinations like Waverley, Haymarket, or the bus station in St Andrew’s Square. Don’t forget to plan your travel with Lothian Buses for a smooth journey.

If you’re arriving by plane, Corstorphine is just a stone’s throw away from Edinburgh Airport. A quick 10-minute taxi ride or 20 minutes in peak traffic will get you there in no time. Alternatively, you can hop on the Airlink 100 bus service, which operates day and night and brings you to Corstorphine in a speedy 17 minutes.

For those travelling by train, Edinburgh Haymarket is the closest major train station. Right outside the station’s door, you can conveniently catch the 12, 26, or 31 buses to head into Corstorphine. If your train takes you to Waverley, don’t worry, as these same buses make stops nearby on Princes Street, just past the Scott Monument. Remember to check the ScotRail trains before you go. 

Edinburgh Trams also offer a convenient way to get around the city. Enjoy the journey and explore the wonderful connections Corstorphine has to offer.