With the Easter holidays fast approaching, anyone planning to fly into Edinburgh for a short break can ‘relax and glide’ from the airport thanks to the city’s acclaimed tram network.


Alongside the popular ‘Airport Return’ tickets, which cost £9 for adults and £4.80 for children, Edinburgh Trams is also offering a host of flexible, value-for-money fares for those planning to make the most of the city’s many attractions.


Priced from just £18 for adults and £9 for under-16s, the ‘Airport Multi-Day’ tickets allow unlimited tram travel between Ingliston Park & Ride and Newhaven, as well as one return journey to and from the airport, for three, four, or five consecutive days.


Families and small groups can also take advantage of a wide range of ticket deals, including multi-day tickets, and further information can be found on edinburghticket.com.


Kate Smith, Edinburgh Trams’ Sales & Marketing Assistant, commented: 

With trams running from every seven minutes between the airport and Newhaven, we’re here to offer both visitors and local residents swift and convenient travel across the city centre and beyond.


Whether they are visiting the city for a holiday, or just enjoying a day out, the tram is the ideal way to get around while sightseeing, shopping or meeting up with family or friends.


To help tram customers make the most of the Easter break, tickets purchased from the Edinburgh Ticket website also offer money-saving discounts from some of the city’s top attractions and restaurants such as Edinburgh Dungeon, Johnnie Walker Princes Street, Hard Rock Café, and Harvey Nichols, among others.

Throughout the Easter weekend, trams are expected to run to their usual timetable, and further information can be found here.