Hilton Dundee

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Earl Grey Place, Dundee, DD1 4DE, United Kingdom
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getting to dundee

by amabigbear

pls how do i get to dundee immediately after landing at heathrow or gatwick airports and what is the transport fare like by air, train and coach?!

RE: getting to dundee

by hawkhead

Flights to and from Dundee land and depart from London City Airport. You could fly from heathrow to Edinburgh or Glasgow and take a train or coach or rent a car.
No idea of the costs - you would have to work out the cost of the various sections of your itinerary, once you've decided how to go.

RE: getting to dundee

by mad4travel

The quickest way to get to Dundee is to fly. you cannot fly direct from Heathrow or Gatwick but you could fly to Edinburgh and then get the train to Dumdee

Flying time to Edinburgh from Heathrow Terminal 1 is about 1 hour, you would then have to get a taxi to the centre of Edinburgh to catch the train to Dundee (about an hour) from Waverley station.

Alternatively you could get the train from London to Edinburgh Waverley then just change tracks for the train to Dundee. You would have to come into London from Heathrow and Gatick to Kings Cross station to catch the Edinburgh train. It takes about 5 hours.

some websites for you to check out, you will also find fares here:

www.ba.com (British airways)
http://www.flybmi.com/bmi/en-gb/index.aspx (British Midland airlines)
www.nationalrail.com (fares are cheaper if bought in advance)

I would not recommend a coach unless you are on a very tight budget, it will take at least 9 hours to get from London to Dundee provided you don't get stuck in one of the UKs notorious traffic jams which can happen almost anywhere and happen very often.

check out www.nationalexpress.com for coaches

RE: RE: getting to dundee

by hawkhead

If you do fly into Edinburgh, take the airport bus, get off at Haymarket to catch a train for Dundee. No need to take a taxi, the bus will cost about £2.50.

RE: RE: getting to dundee

by Alan1874

as above flying would be your quickest and most comfortable option but if you are going by bus you should try http://www.megabus.com/uk/ much cheaper than national express if your early enough can get seats from £1 !!

Re: getting to dundee

by GrossPierre

There is in fact a direct air link from London CITY airport direct to Dundee but it is notoriously expensive.

In my opinion the best bet would be to fly London to Aberdeen. Dundee is approximately 50 miles south of Aberdeen.
Fly London to Aberdeen would probably be 500 dollars return.
Taxi from aberdeen airport to aberdeen railway station is 30 dollars (!)
Rail fare from aberdeen to dundee,54 dollars return.

If you really ARE on a budget, coach from London would be best.

Travel Tips for Dundee

Dundee Tip

by Krystynn

Visiting Dundee to meet up with a very, very dear friend and mentor, Linda Harley (she was teaching at the Singapore American School and living in Singapore for 23 years prior to moving back to Scotland not too long ago).... was the BEST experience ever for me.

Photo below: The lovely Dundee City Square.

TOSSING THE CARBER is mainly a...

by globetrott

" TOSSING THE CABER " is mainly a case of technique - and most really strong men had NO chance against ordinary athleths from Scotland. - This piece of wood has to fall over once and lay on the floor as close to 12.oo as possible - and not roll to the left or right, when falling down...

The Andrew Carnegie Birthplace.

by margaretvn

The Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum.
The millionaire benefactor Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline in 1835.
In this cottage in the shadow of Dunfermline Abbey and close to the lovely Pittencrieff Park is this small but wonderfully interesting museum which tells the rags-to-riches story of the cities famous son.
The family were weavers and immigrated to the States.
The musuem shows how Andrew worked his way up in life. From bobbin boy, telegragh operator and railroad developer to Steel King of America. the empire he forged in the steel furnaces of Pittsburgh was sold in 1901 for $400 million and he retired the richest man in the world.

I love Scotland, it is one of...

by gabriellefox

I love Scotland, it is one of my favourite parts of the UK and is very similar in geographical aspects and climate to Sweden.There are lochs and misty glens, a hearty strange but friendly people residing within its highlands and lowlands.

Quaint fishing cottages and villages nestle along parts of the coastline, and windswept moors sway silently behind them. In town you can experience lively pubs and upbeat nightlife bright with the chatter of locals and visitors alike.
The town of Glencoe - Nestled between the mountains and the water Glencoe is a lovely town.

Dundee - City of Discovery!

by Dizee

Dundee is Scotlands 4th largest city (150,000 people approx) and has a very picturesque setting at the mouth of the River Tay. In the past it was known for ship-building and the 3 J's, jam, jute and journalism. Although an industrial city with some rather rough areas, it has some good things to offer tourists. I was born there but moved away over 20 years ago. However, I bring the family up every year so this page will change as we do different things.


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Address: Earl Grey Place, Dundee, DD1 4DE, United Kingdom