National lockdown restrictions are in place across England until 2 December but bus services are running as normal. You should only travel for work, education or other permitted reasons.
In South Wales, all of our timetables will go back to what we were running before the 'firebreak' lockdown. There will also be some timetable changes to a number of Aberdare services to improve connectivity.
The new tier system is in operation across Scotland, but if you need to travel, make sure you're up-to-date with what's happening in your area by checking the local government guidance.
We've put in place measures to allow you to travel safely including limiting available seats on buses and enhanced cleaning. Unless you’re exempt, you must wear a face covering throughout your journey. Please avoid busy times, use contactless payment where you can, keep your distance and take your litter with you. Stay up to date on our Coronavirus page.
The Lion King, Edinburgh | Thursday 5 December - Sunday 29 March
Dunfermline Gin Festival, Dunfermline | Saturday 29 February
Fife Whisky Festival, Cupar | Saturday 7 March
Silent Disco City Tour, Dunfermline | Sunday 8 March
Perthshire's Scone Palace Antiques Fair, Perth | Thursday 13 March
Montrose Gin Festival, Montrose | Friday 14 March
Adam Smith Festival of Ideas, Kirkcaldy | Saturday 21 March
Scotland's Daffodil Festival, Perth | Saturday 11 April
Links Market, Kirkcaldy | Wednesday 15 April - Monday 20 April
Dunfermline Craft Beer Festival | Saturday 25 April
Arbroath 2020 Festival | Saturday 4 - Monday 6 April
If you’re in need of inspiration for your weekend, or for things to see and do during the school holidays – look no further!
1. Dunfermline Heritage Quarter, Dunfermline, Fife | Dunfermline's Heritage Quarter is one of East Scotland's hidden gems. Visit Dunfermline Abbey, the ruins of Dunfermline Palace and the historic buildings on Abbot Street.
2. V&A Dundee, Dundee | If you haven't visited V&A Dundee yet, you're missing out! Did you know that it has been nominated for Museum of the Year 2019?
3. UNESCO Forth Rail Bridge, North Queensferry, Fife | Explore North Queensferry, for unmissable views of the Forth Bridge, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
4. Dunnottar Castle/Stonehaven Coastal path, Aberdeenshire | After a stroll around the picturesque harbour, walk along the coastal path to see the imposing ruins of Dunottar Castle, perched on the edge of a cliff.
5. Deil’s Cauldron, Comrie, Perthshire | Explore the leafy woodland to find the Deil's Cauldron waterfall and then continue on upwards to the Melville Monument for some epic views of Perthshire.
6. St Andrews West Sands, St Andrews, Fife | An award-winning beach for over 30 consecutive years, St Andrews West Sands is best known as the location for a famous scene in the film Chariots of Fire.