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BritRail

BritRail Central Scotland

Explore Central Scotland by train with one great rail pass

  • See Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bathgate, Stirling, Falkirk, and more by train
  • Freedom to take multiple train journeys per travel day
  • Issued as a paper document
  • Offered in 2nd class only
  • Flexible: choose where you want to go, and when

WHO

WHAT


Overview

Travelling by train with the BritRail Central Scotland Pass is a fantastic way to explore central Scotland’s most beautiful highlights.

The BritRail Central Scotland Pass is the ideal rail pass for day-trip from Edinburg or Glasgow to surrounding towns.

With a BritRail Central Scotland Pass you can enjoy unlimited travel between Edinburgh, Glasgow, Queen Street, North Berwick, Bathgate, Dunblane, Bridge of Allen, Stilling, the Fife Circle, Markinch and Falkirk. Moreover, you can stop at any stations in-between.

Take as many trains as you like, there is no limit on the distance you can travel in a day. The BritRail Central Scotland Pass, to put it simply, offers unlimited travel at a fixed price!

Enjoy the bonuses which are included in the BritRail Central Scotland Pass. You will get discounted fares to travel on board heritage trains and free transport on Glasgow’s underground.

The BritRail Central Scotland Pass is the key to have a hassle-free trip in the central belt of 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 can be booked for travel in one specific country or you can choose one of a few pre-selected country/region combinations. Extensive travel plans? Try the Eurail Global Pass offering train travel in 31 different countries - including Great Britain.
Once you've selected your pass, its price will depend on the class of service selected, passenger type, 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.

Common Questions

Benefits

More than just trains

  •  Main discounts and bonuses in BritRail Central Scotland


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FAQ

Common Questions, Simple Answers

  • Q. What is the "validity period" of a rail pass?

  • Q. Can a reservation date on an overnight train be changed?

  • Q. What should I do if the train is late?

  • Q. I’ve booked a print at home e-ticket. What do I need to do before getting on board the train?

  • Q. Do I need to do anything with my rail pass before boarding the train?

  • Q. What should I do If I've already bought my rail pass, and now want to add another country?

  • Q. Does taking an overnight train mean using 2 travel days on my rail pass?

  • Q. What should accompany the train ticket or rail pass I'm sending back for a refund?

  • Q. What other types of services are available at the station?

  • Q. What do I do with my luggage?

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