Key information to help you plan your visit to the Vittoria EWS Tweed Valley race and festival
When is the Vittoria EWS Tweed Valley?
How can I get to the Vittoria EWS Tweed Valley?
The Vittoria EWS Tweed Valley is taking place in Innerleithen, in the Scottish Borders, which is around 30 miles south of Edinburgh.
Below you'll find some information on public transport options to the area:
Bus services: Borders Buses
Train services: ScotRail
Airport: Edinburgh International Airport
We encourage you to use the great multi-use cycle path to move around between the Festival Village, Innerleithen and the Spectator Zone at Walkerburn, either on foot or by bike.
We will also have a free 'hop-on, hop-off' spectator bus that will run between Festival Village - Innerleithen and Walkerburn on Sunday.
We have a campervan field located on site close to the festival village - details above.
For tented campsites and those with facilities such as electric hook ups, showers etc. we recommend booking into nearby campsites in the Scottish Borders.
A small campervan field with basic provisions (water and toilets) will be available at the event, for vehicles under 3.5 tonnes.
Car Parking will be available at the event. Tickets for this will go on sale week beginning the 23rd August.
Advanced ticket sales have now closed. You can pay upon arrival. Parking costs £10
This allows you to park on-site at any point during the Festival.
Driving to the EWS Tweed Valley
The car park, campervan field and festival village should be accessed from the A72, through Innerleithen and onto Traquair Road.
Please avoid using the B7062 where possible.
For more information, visit our FAQs page.