BritRail

BritRail Central Scotland

  • Unlimited travel between main cities including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bathgate, Stirling and Falkirk.
  • Children 5-15 years inclusive pay a reduced fare
  • Children under 5 travel for free.More details

WHO

WHAT


Overview

BritRail Central Scotland Pass : Gather the bagpipes !

The BritRail Central Scotland Pass gives you extensive rail travel between Edinburgh, Glasgow, Queen Street, North Berwick, Bathgate, Dunblane, Bridge of Allen, Stilling, the Fife Circle, Markinch, Falkirk and all intermediate stations for 3 consecutive or non-consecutive days within a 7-day period. It’s the perfect way to explore this spectacularly beautiful playground while satisfying your wanderlust for beautiful rugged coastline and verdant rolling hills, as well as your desire for spontaneity. And it’s the perfect add-on to a British escapade.

Rail travel throughout Scotland with a BritRail Central Scotland Pass isn’t just a means of getting around. Scotland’s railways are classic and comfortable, but this pass helps you navigate the unfamiliar – accents, customs, and currency— all along the way. You just enjoy.

Whether you’re just trekking from Edinburgh to Glasgow by train, or heading to majestic views of the moody, lush landscapes of the countryside, you’ll find Scotland by rail a great way to enjoy the locals and all the local color (kelly green, moss green, emerald green…)

And while Scotland is certainly pastoral, don’t mistake it as just a quiet, sleepy trip. You’ll find plenty of places to lose sleep, like pubs in Edinburgh and clubs in Glasgow. The BritRail Central Scotland Pass. Perfect for the “home of golf”, it was made to save you some green.


Aerial view of Glasgow, Scotland, UK

How does it work?

Rail Passes in 3 steps

1. Pick the right rail pass

Pick the right rail pass

Rail passes are available in 1, 2, 3 or 4 country combinations for extensive travel on the national rail networks. Going for an extended trip? Try the Eurail Global Pass offering rail travel in 31 different countries.
Once you've selected your pass, its price will depend on the class of service, First or Second, selected and the number of rail travel days.

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2. Reserve your seats

Reserve your seats

Traveling on local and regional trains provides you with an opportunity to freely explore. It’s easy to get on a train with your rail pass and find an open seat to enjoy the journey in. Seat reservations are required on many high speed, overnight, scenic, and international trains. It’s always a good idea to research the journey you are interested in and check for any specific seat reservation requirements.

Book Seat Reservations

3. Activate and travel

Activate and travel

Your rail pass requires that you activate it by getting it stamped at the ticket window at the departure station on the day of your first train journey. Once activated, you are all set and ready to explore.

Common Questions

Rail pass benefits

More than just trains

  •  Main discounts and bonuses in BritRail Central Scotland


Travel forum

From our travel community

Britrail 2 for 1 on a non-travel date Can I use BritRail 2 for 1 on a date when I don't intend to travel by trains but the pass is still valid within the duration?

Huan Ting Chen | 2019/02/22 | 0 Comments
How to determine multi country pass needed. My wife and I, both seniors, are flying into Frankfurt, Germany in the beginning of May 2019. We want to take a train from Frankfurt to Switzerland (perhaps Zurich),j stay two days, then to France (perhaps Paris), stay two or three days, then (...)

Edward Cambria | 2019/02/17 pending | 1 Comments
Best pass for travel! Hi, We are a family of 1 senior, 5 adults and 2 children (4 year old) who will be visiting Europe in last week of May for 10 days. We will be in Amsterdam for 3 days, Paris for 5 days and Frankfurt for 2 days. Could you please suggest which (...)

Meghna Singh | 2019/02/13 complete | 1 Comments
Multi city travel- which ticket option and advice? Our party of 2A/2Senior/2C (12 & 7) plan to travel London to Disneyland Paris, then a few days later Paris-Barcelona and a week later, Dover to London St. Pancras. All during July. What would our best ticket option be? Eurail Global, Select or (...)

Karen Gleason | 2019/01/26 complete | 2 Comments
Heathrow express to coventry Flying into Heathrow and then proceeding to the Coventry the same day. As we will be getting a BritRail Pass (flexipass), I understand that i will need to take the Express to Paddington station, transfer from there via the Tube to the Euston (...)

Ravi Sull | 2019/01/01 | 1 Comments

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