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Bus & Tram

Murrayfield Ice Arena is situated in a prime city centre location with multiple public transport options.

Bus: Several buses serve the area around Murrayfield. You can check the Lothian Buses website or app for specific routes and schedules. Buses 12, 26, 31, and 22 are some options that stop nearby.

Tram: If you're closer to the tram line, you can take the tram to the Murrayfield Stadium stop, which is a short walk from the ice rink.

If you're coming from outside Edinburgh, you may need to take a train or a bus to the city centre first, and then follow the above routes.

Long-Distance Bus: If you're arriving by long-distance bus (such as from Glasgow or other cities), most buses will terminate at the Edinburgh Bus Station (located close to St. Andrew Square). From there, you can take a bus or tram to reach Murrayfield Ice Rink.

Taxi

Our taxi partners are: 

City Cabs - 0131 228 1211

Capital Cars - 0131 777 7777

Uber

Access via bridge on Riversdale Crescent opposite The Murrayfield Hotel off of Corstorphine Road.

Car

No car parking permitted on site. We urge all customers to use public transport.

Access via bridge on Riversdale Crescent opposite The Murrayfield Hotel off of Corstorphine Road.

Train

If you're arriving by train, you can disembark in the city centre at Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and then take a bus or tram to Murrayfield Ice Rink.

Plane

Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's largest International Airport.

From Edinburgh Airport, take the tram towards York Place, getting off at Murrayfield Stadium. Trams run frequently and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes. From there, you can walk to Murrayfield Ice Rink.

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Accommodation

House of Gods  

House of Gods is Edinburgh's most boutique-style hotel with decadent interiors & inimitable service. Located in the Grassmarket, directly opposite Cabaret Voltaire (Home of FLY) this is the perfect place to stay if your group are planning on attending our FLY Open Air afterparties.

Website: https://www.houseofgodshotel.com/

Eden Locke

Eden Locke is a design-led 4* apart-hotel located on super central George Street.

Use code 'LOCKEDIN' when booking to receive up to 30% off.

Website: https://www.lockeliving.com/eden-locke/

Dakota Edinburgh

The Dakota - a luxurious 4* hotel located in South Queensferry.

The code FLY10 can be used for 10% off your stay.

Website: https://www.dakotahotels.co.uk/edinburgh/

Slateford House Apartments

Slateford House has 6 luxury apartments located in the city centre of Edinburgh, the apartments are a mixture of one, two and three bedrooms.

FLY Open Air attendees can you the code FLYHIGH for 15% off your stay.

Website: https://slatefordhouse1770.co.uk/the-house/

AirBnB

Edinburgh is one of the top city's in the UK for AirBnB. If attending as a group an apartment on AirBnB could be the cheapest option with thousands to choose from in the city centre.

Hostels

Here is a list of some great youth hostels in Edinburgh city centre that offer both dorms & private rooms:

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Travel

Bus & Tram

Murrayfield Ice Arena is situated in a prime city centre location with multiple public transport options.

Bus: Several buses serve the area around Murrayfield. You can check the Lothian Buses website or app for specific routes and schedules. Buses 12, 26, 31, and 22 are some options that stop nearby.

Tram: If you're closer to the tram line, you can take the tram to the Murrayfield Stadium stop, which is a short walk from the ice rink.

If you're coming from outside Edinburgh, you may need to take a train or a bus to the city centre first, and then follow the above routes.

Long-Distance Bus: If you're arriving by long-distance bus (such as from Glasgow or other cities), most buses will terminate at the Edinburgh Bus Station (located close to St. Andrew Square). From there, you can take a bus or tram to reach Murrayfield Ice Rink.

Taxi

Our taxi partners are: 

City Cabs - 0131 228 1211

Capital Cars - 0131 777 7777

Uber

Access via bridge on Riversdale Crescent opposite The Murrayfield Hotel off of Corstorphine Road.

Car

No car parking permitted on site. We urge all customers to use public transport.

Access via bridge on Riversdale Crescent opposite The Murrayfield Hotel off of Corstorphine Road.

Train

If you're arriving by train, you can disembark in the city centre at Edinburgh Waverley or Haymarket station and then take a bus or tram to Murrayfield Ice Rink.

Plane

Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's largest International Airport.

From Edinburgh Airport, take the tram towards York Place, getting off at Murrayfield Stadium. Trams run frequently and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes. From there, you can walk to Murrayfield Ice Rink.