It is curious but the main highways and the most important roads, known as trunk roads are managed by the company Transport Scotland, the rest of the road network is the responsibility of each district or area. In addition, tolls are not paid within the city, buses are an economical option to get around Scotland, as they cross the main cities and towns. The most important bus companies are Haggis Backpackers, Go Blue Banana that have tourist cards that will serve you for all buses, you can inform yourself at the Tourist Offices.
Another land resource is the train, thanks to its excellent rail connection you can connect with the rest of England. The trains are comfortable and cheap, so they represent a good option. North of Edinburgh is the station Waverly which has local and international destinations to the rest of the United Kingdom. Another station in Edinburgh is Haymarket. While Glasgow also has two stations, the Central Station and Queen Street, both five minutes from downtown.