BritRail Adds Central Scotland Pass

 

Travelers can now visit both Edinburgh and Glasgow, along with their surrounding areas for the flat fare of U.S. $84 using the new BritRail Central Scotland Pass. The program joins BritRail’s Scottish and Irish Rail Pass offerings.

BritRail suggests that clients could base themselves in Edinburgh or Glasgow and use the pass to travel back and forth, or to stop off to visit Stirling Castle, which sits atop Castle Hill and is surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs.

The BritRail Central Scotland Pass also includes free travel on Glasgow’s Underground trains.

Visit www.britrail.com or call 1866 BRITRAIL.

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