The city of Kilmarnock is located in the East Ayrshire region of the country United Kingdom. Kilmarnock is in the south-west of Scotland and is home to the “Johnnie Walker”, the world famous whiskey brand. It is also associated with the poetry of the national bard of Scotland, Robert Burns, because his first collection of poems – the famous “first edition” – was printed in the city. The town’s Dean Castle is the headquarters of the “World Burns Federation”.
It is about 7 to 8 miles from the coastal towns of Irvine and Ayr.
Kilmarnock is accessible by the A77 from the north and south or by the M77 from the north. The city also has a local railway station from which there are trains to Glasgow, Carlisle, Newcastle and along the west coast after Prestwick Airport and Stranraer. Trains leave for Glasgow every 30 minutes on weekdays.
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