Unlimited travel for 2 days on Scotrail trains anywhere within 1 hour of Glasgow / Edinburgh - £18 or £12 with 16-25, Disabled, Senior + other railcards - don't need to buy in advance
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Unlimited travel for 2 days on Scotrail trains anywhere within 1 hour of Glasgow / Edinburgh - £18 or £12 with 16-25, Disabled, Senior + other railcards - don't need to buy in advance

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Found 4th Apr 2017
"Explore the city, then escape it.

With the Glasgow Days Out or Edinburgh Days Out travel passes you can enjoy two days of unlimited off-peak travel within around an hour of Scotland’s biggest cities.

From the shores of Loch Lomond and the Clyde coast, to the picturesque town of North Berwick in the east, these travel passes give you the chance to explore more for less. They're perfect for city breaks or weekend trips, and at £18 for an adult ticket, or £34 for a family pass (two adults and two children), they're incredible value too.

Key facts
Benefits
2 days consecutive travel for £34 family ticket
Flexible: use for ScotRail services to many destinations within around one hour of each city - download map
No need to book in advance
Use your Railcard
Hop on-hop off as much as you like
Don't forget
Only valid for Standard Class and off-peak travel
Your travel is flexible, but the validity period is not: the 2-day period starts on the first day of travel
Free travel for under 5s, and half price for children aged 5-15
There’s a £10 admin fee for changes or refunds
Places to see
Glasgow Days Out Travel Pass
Glasgow was voted the friendliest city in the world by Rough Guides readers – and with all the culture, museums, architecture and shopping, you may never want to leave. But explore just a little further outside the city, and you’ll be rewarded with lochside views, hills, beaches, castles, and even the engineering marvel of the Falkirk Wheel!

Explore more with the travel pass:

Loch Lomond – get the train to Balloch for Loch Lomond, one of Scotland’s most beautiful and iconic places
Ayr – a popular seaside resort, complete with esplanade and a long sandy beach. The Robert Burns Museum is on the outskirts of the town
Stirling – a historic city with an impressive castle and old town
Arran – known as ‘Scotland in miniature’ for its impressive landscapes and abundant local produce. Get the train to Ardrossan Harbour for the ferry
Falkirk – go to see The Kelpies, the Antonine Wall and the Falkirk Wheel
Edinburgh Days Out Travel Pass
Visit Edinburgh for the Festival, the castle, the palace and the parliament – but don’t leave without exploring a little of the coast and country around Scotland’s capital. Delve into Sir Walter Scott country on the Borders Railway. Or head for the pretty coastal town of North Berwick, for boat trips to see vast seabird colonies, and the best lobster and chips you’ll find anywhere in the UK.

Explore more with the travel pass:

Borders Railway – Scotland’s newest railway takes you right to the heart of Sir Walter Scott country
Stirling – a historic city with an impressive castle and old town
Linlithgow – famed for its palace and connections with Mary, Queen of Scots
Falkirk – go to see The Kelpies, the Antonine Wall and the Falkirk Wheel
North Berwick – captivating seaside town with beach and bustling high street, excellent lobster and chips, and the Scottish Seabird Centre"
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Just another benefit of Brexit
It's probably a bit of a pish deal for most people.

If you're in Edinburgh, for example, day returns to the listed destinations are relatively cheap. Stirling is the most expensive at £9.60, Linlithgow's only £8.40, North Berwick only £6.90, and Falkirk's about the same as Stirling. You'll get some value out of the offer if you're starting as soon as off-peak begins and briefly visiting pretty much every stop on a line, but if you'd prefer a couple of relaxed day trips, you're probably better off with day returns.
Although this mentions Arran, will this only get you up to Ardrossan or will it get you on a ferry to Brodick?
Lelly13

Thanks, great offer! Heat added.


Erm... this is Scotrail, the country on a brexit derail, taking a vote to see what station are wanted on the travel map LOL

I got this email, no good to me or those who suffer the worst Scotrail services further north than the apparent Scottish 'central belt' who have great scheduled services even if they are late! Try having very few options haha, I try book travel advance tiks on Virgin/Cross Country as it is mucho cheaper than Skitrail!
Taking a road trip around Scotland for a week in June, anyone got suggestions on where to visit?
Can this be used to travel from Glasgow to Edinburgh?
Can it be used from North Berwick to Edinburgh?
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