Starting Tuesday 2 May, you can now travel to the Capital with McGill's CapitalFlyer!
Just in time for summer, you can enjoy a great day out with all the family, and there is no need to book!
Pick up points are Gourock Station, Greenock Bus Station, Port Glasgow Bus Station, Paisley Smithhills Street then straight to Princes Street, Edinburgh, every Tuesday to Saturday!
No need for transfers! McGill's CapitalFlyer will offer residents of Inverclyde and Paisley a direct, more relaxing and enjoyable public transport option to the capital. Customers can board at their closest point and then it's straight to Edinburgh; no need for any Glasgow city centre
tranfers to another bus or train.
There's no shortage of things to do and see in Edinburgh! Concessions go free on our CapitalFlyer, as well as one
free kids ticket with every adult ticket!
We have some fantastic offers too, check out our prices!
Each coach carries one wheelchair passenger. If you intend to travel using a wheelchair, please call us free on 08000 51 56 51 to book your space.
Not sure what you can do in Edinburgh?
Here's some ideas of how to spend your day!
Sitting on the top of Edinburgh rock, this has over 1000 years of history
show! It also is home to the Edinburgh Tattoo!
Get close to the action of Scotland's gloomy past with a boat ride and a labyrinthine mirror maze! A gruesome education with screaming and laughter to keep you entertained!
Princes Street Gardens
Why not take a picnic down to Princes Street Gardens and enjoy the lovely views of the world renowned Floral clock and public monuments!
With stunning collections and new contemporary galleries, it's a great place to learn new things! Will entertain kids of all ages as well, opening with the Tyrannosaurus Rex at the Animal World Gallery!
The heart of Scotland's historic capital, it is home to some of the best eating and drinking spots in the city!
There is also a calendar of events...
27 May to 4 June 2017
An international festival of performing arts, offering children, young people and their families the opportunity to see some of the world's best theatre, dance, multi-media and puppetry performances.
2 June - 4 June
The Royal Highland Centre in Edinburgh undergoes an exciting transformation for 3 days for all to enjoy the national gardening and outdoor living show.
21 June - 2 July
The Edinburgh International Film Festival
is world renowned for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema.
22 June - 25 June
Get involved in Scottish culture, you can get and up and close with Scotland's top quality livestock, taste exceptional food and drink, and experience rural living!
30 June - 8 July
See live magic shows with added street magic masterclasses.
14 July - 23 July
Enjoy the longest running jazz and blues festival, this event presents high-quality musicians from all over the world.
4 August - 28 August
Introducing some of the best theatre, classical music, opera, dance and art from around the world.
4 August - 28 August
Celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Whether you're booking tickets to a show or just going to view the street events, this exciting event takes over the city for 3 weeks!