Port of Rosyth

Land Transport and Travel To and From Port Rosyth
(Rosyth, Fife, Scotland, UK)

The port of Rosyth is easily reached by car, rail, coach or bus, and ferry.

To go to other towns nearby, taxi and bus services are also available so you can get around in a hassle-free manner.

Travel by Bus and Shuttles

A frequent National Express service operates various coaches around the UK. For more information and schedules, visit www.nationalexpress.co.uk. Stagecoach buses are also available to take you from Rosyth Ferry Terminal to the city centre and other areas in Scotland.

The X2 bus service departs from Rosyth Ferry Terminal and travels to Edinburgh via Inverkeithing Station and Ferrytoll. From these points, bus and train connections are available to most Scottish towns and cities.

Car Hire and Road Travel

To reach the port by car, follow the Forth Road Bridge via the A90 from Edinburgh or the M90; from Dunfermline take the A985 west to Rosyth which will take you to the port area.

Car hire companies are abundant at the ferry terminal or you can also check online to find your best deals in advance.

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Trains and Rail Travel

Rosyth railbus permits you to travel by train to Inverkeithing station and connect to the port by Stagecoach bus services. This system is provided for customers using the Rosyth-Zeebrugge Superfast Ferry service only. However, Rosyth train station, located in the heart of Rosyth, operates trains from National Rail. City Link shuttle buses will transport you to the ferry terminals for free.

Car Parking

Plenty of short- and long-term parking facilities are available at the ferry terminal as well as special areas for disabled drivers.

Travel by Taxis

There are always plenty of taxis waiting at the terminal. Taking a taxi is a good choice to get you into the city centre as it is fast and convenient.

Rosyth Port

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