BritRail

BritRail Central Scotland

  • Unlimited travel between main cities including Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bathgate, Stirling and Falkirk.
  • 1 child age 5-15 travels for free with each adult
  • Children under 5 travel for free.

WHO

WHAT


Overview

The BritRail Central Scotland Pass is the easiest way to discover Scotland and allows travellers to visit some of the famous spots in Scotland’s Central belt.

Explore Stirling and see the amazing William Wallace Monument or travel to Fife and experience the Abbey and Abbot House of Dunfermline. Discover the magical highlands and its tales and let you go with the spirit of Brigadoon.

Perfect for ‘days-out’ trips from Glasgow or Edinburgh, the BritRail Central Scotland Pass is the best way to finally visit and enjoy your trip in Scotland.


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 28 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.

Use our Pass Finder

2. Reserve your seats

Reserve your seats

Taking local and regional trains allows you to explore at will. Simply board with your rail pass and choose any open seat. Reservations are required on most high speed, overnight, scenic, and international trains. We recommend always checking your desired journey 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.

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Benefits

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 Main discounts and bonuses in BritRail Central Scotland


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raileurope protection plan
We've got you covered, add Rail Europe's Rail Protection Plan to your booking. We offer an exclusive Rail Protection Plan™ that gives you the flexibility to change your train ticket, rail pass, reservation and select activities with no questions asked. You'll also be protected in the event of a railroad strike for train tickets, and in the case of loss or theft of paper tickets, rail passes, city passes or tours.

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