Gyle enjoys a prime central location on the Western side of Edinburgh beside the City bypass and just minutes from the M8 and M9 Motorways.
Our full address is:
Gyle Shopping Centre has 2,800 car parking spaces, and parking is free for up to 4 hours. There are three main entrances to the centre, and both disabled and Parent & Child spaces are available at each entrance.
Our car parking facilities have been awarded both the Park Mark Safer Parking accreditation, awarded for Quality Management, Effective Surveillance, Appropriate Lighting and a Clean Environment, and the Disabled Parking Accreditation Award of Excellence.
Lothian Buses (Tel: 0131 555 6363): 2, 12, 12X, 21, 22, 36, 300 and 400 – visit the Lothian Buses website
First Bus: 20, 63, 68
Edinburgh’s new tram service connects the city centre with the airport via Gyle Shopping Centre. Gyle tram stop is literally a few yards away from the western entrance to the centre, near to Morrisons. Trams pass Gyle every 8 mins and run from 5am until midnight 7 days a week and cost the same as the bus service. With 15 bus routes, 2800 free car parking spaces and a tram Service on our doorstep getting to Gyle could not be easier
South Gyle Station and Edinburgh Park Station provide direct links from many areas. More details on routes and timetables can be obtained from the Scotrail website.
Edinburgh Gateway is your new station adjacent to the Gogar roundabout, providing easy access to Gyle Shopping Centre via an underpass. Fife-based passengers benefit from two additional trains per hour (a total of six) split between Edinburgh Gateway (four per hour) and South Gyle Station (two per hour). For commuters, there are 14 trains arriving at Edinburgh Gateway or South Gyle stations between 07:00 – 09:00.
Train services that call at Edinburgh Gateway include:
For more information, or to buy a ticket, visit scotrail.co.uk/edinburgh-gateway.
Gyle is just three stops on the tram from Edinburgh Airport. If you’d like to use the bus, hop on the 300 from the airport and it will get here.
Courtesy of Traffic Scotland, you can view live pictures from traffic cameras on some routes to the Gyle Shopping Centre.