Moray Road Travel
Moray can be accessed from a variety of directions by road.
The A96 trunk road runs through Moray in an east/west direction between Aberdeen and Inverness. Aberdeen is less than one hour's drive from the eastern boundary of Moray and Inverness is approximately 45 minutes from the western edge of Moray. There is a regular bus service which operates between Aberdeen and Inverness, run by Stagecoach Bluebird, which passes through most of the larger towns in Moray, with connections throughout the rest of the Moray area.
Glasgow and Edinburgh are both less than 4 hours away by car with beautiful and varied scenery throughout the route. If you wish to travel by public road transport from Glasgow or Edinburgh, there are regular bus services run by National Express, City Link and Megabus to Inverness and Aberdeen, from where there are regular connections to most of the main towns in Moray.
This is Moray has listings below for the main bus services running north to Aberdeen and Inverness and for Stagecoach Bluebird which services the route to Moray from Aberdeen and Inverness, as well as connecting most towns and villages within Moray.
This is Moray has also provided this link to the RAC Routeplanner, which will take you directly to the route planning section on the official RAC website, which will allow you to find the shortest or quickest way to get to Moray by road, from anywhere in the UK or Europe. From this section on the RAC site, you will find it easy to navigate to other pages, allowing you to find useful information such as the latest traffic news or incident information, which will help you to plan a trouble free journey to and from Moray.
Click to access the RAC Routeplanner:
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