Deals on the BritRail Spirit of Scotland Pass
BritRail Spirit of Scotland Pass: 20% Off
Book the BritRail Spirit of Scotland Low Season Promo by February 21, 2018 and get 20% off the cost of the regular pass. Valid for travel from November 1, 2017 to February 28, 2018.Read the Terms and Conditions
Bookings of a BritRail Low Season Promotion, BritRail England Low Season Promotion, BritRail South West Low Season Promotion, or BritRail Spirit of Scotland Low Season Promotion made from October 3, 2017 through 5:00pm ET on February 21, 2018 will be eligible for the promotion. Offer is subject to change or extension without notice. No adjustments can be made on prior purchases. The BritRail Low Season Promotion, BritRail England Low Season Promotion, BritRail South West Low Season Promotion, or BritRail Spirit of Scotland Low Season Promotion is valid for travel from November 1, 2017 through February 28, 2018. All travel has to be completed by 11:59pm February 28, 2018. In order for one child age 5-15 to travel free with an adult using a BritRail Pass, BritRail England Pass, BritRail South West Pass, or BritRail Spirit of Scotland Pass the child pass must be booked in conjunction with the adult rail pass.
See all that you can see in Scotland with a BritRail Spirit of Scotland Pass
Declare your independence from rigid travel schedules that simply won’t bend. Now you can explore Scotland at your own pace with the versatile Britrail Spirit of Scotland Pass.
The rail pass provides unlimited train travel on Scotland’s rail network for either four or eight days to be used when you desire. So where to begin your journey? Capital city Edinburgh is the obvious choice with its ancient churches and Victorian masterpieces (not to mention that Castle).
But perhaps a trip off-the-beaten path is more your bag, like the remote Scottish Highlands. Rugged and romantic, they represent one of Europe’s great wilderness areas. And no trip to Scotland is complete without an indulgence or two in Glasgow. It’s one of Britain’s liveliest cities, with excellent art galleries, and countless pubs and bars. Not sure where to travel next? Then, when riding the rails, ask the locales. Scotland’s people are feisty, friendly—and opinionated.