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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

Travel destinations
The BritRail Central Scotland Pass provides unlimited rail travel between the main cities or stations of Scotland and all intermediate stations: Edinburgh Glasgow Queen Street North Berwick, Bathgate Dunblane Bridge of Allan Stirling The Fife Circle Markinch Falkirk

What you get
 Destinations: unlimited rail travel between Edinburgh, Glasgow Queen Street, North Berwick, Bathgate, Dunblane, Bridge of Allan, Stirling, the Fife Circle, Markinch, Falkirk and all intermediate stations 
» Travel : 3 days within 7 days 
» Flexible Pass: travel days may be used consecutively or not 
» Class of service: 2nd class only 
» Discounts: Child (5-15) 
» Seat reservation: exclusively available on Rail Europe websites, mandatory on high speed and scenic trains.

Children under 5 years of age that can share a seat with an adult do not require a pass.

Who can get
People with a permanent residence outside of the United Kingdom, for more than six months, are eligible to purchase or use a BritRail Central Scotland Pass