Service N22 is a night bus service running throughout the night from the city centre to Edinburgh Airport and takes about 30 minutes. You must tell the driver you want to get off at “Ingliston Park and Ride” when you get on the bus. You then have the 15-20 minute walk back to the campsite.
N.B. The N22 does not give change so you should have the exact change needed for your fare.
The nearest Tram stop is at Ingliston Park and Ride; this is a 15 minute walk from he campsite, or you can drive there (5 mins) and park for free (a great option if you have young children).
Trams run from 6.15am, with the last one returning from the city at 23.30pm. On Saturdays, the trams run an all night service.
You can pay your fare by cash or card at the machines at the tram stops.
N.B. In our experience you are best off buying single journeys as it means you can use any of the different transport companies.
Please also be aware that it is best to carry exact change with you for your fare as certain buses (including the night bus N22) will not give change.
You can easily plan your travel at Travellinescotland.com , they provide up to date timetables and routes, all you need to do is put in your start location.
NB: For public transport Use ‘Ratho Station, Opp Station Road On Glasgow Road’ as the from/to location, or ‘Ingliston Park & Ride (Edinburgh Trams)’ if going by Tram.
When using Google mapping and google travel services simply search for ‘Edinburgh Festival Camping’. We are listed as a Google location.
There will be over 300 venues located around the city of Edinburgh so it’s impossible to direct you to them all! Edinburgh is a compact city so most venues can be walked to from one and other. There will be Venue maps published by The Fringe Society near the time available from the box office.
There are various Concert & Recital Venues. We have detailed directions to a few of the main ones for you. Most are within walking distance of one another within the city though.
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The Royal Military Tatoo takes place at the famous Edinburgh Castle Esplanade.
The Mela is on Leith Links with the main entrance just off Duncan Place, by the children’s play area. Postcode EH6 8HW.