Plan your trip

Angus has it all – the coast, the hills, the glorious countryside, a tradition of great music and rich cultural endeavour, set among historic towns, villages, castles and museums.

It is easy to get to Angus thanks to good road, rail and air links. The major rail and road arteries for the East of Scotland come through Angus, making it very accessible.

Angus is well served by public transport so why not take the hassle out of planning your journey and use the Traveline Scotland journey planner.

From the Central Belt of Scotland, follow signs for Perth, Dundee or the Tay Bridge, and onward on the A92 or A90 to reach Angus.

From Inverness and the North, divert from the A9 at Dunkeld for Blairgowrie and then Kirriemuir, or follow signs for Coupar Angus, then Forfar. From Aberdeen, follow signs for the A90 or A92.

Visit National Rail Enquiries or the Trainline for timetables and fare information.

Finally – it CAN be easy being green! Angus is also an important link in the Sustrans North Sea Cycle Route and is superb cycling territory.

However you travel, and whenever you arrive – be assured there is a warm welcome awaiting you! You can access a wealth of information at one of our Visitor Information Providers, from finding your way around to places to visit.