London is one of the world’s greatest cities. With so much to do, see and eat, you’ll not want to leave. Pick one of these passes and see the city from end-to-end.
Jolly Ol’ has history, pageantry and royalty. From London to Liverpool, York to Manchester, Cotswolds to Cornwall – cover the country with these rail passes.
From the rugged highlands to a low-ball filled with whiskey, Scotland beckons with culture, kilts and castles. And of course, golf. These rail passes get you there.
Want to see England, Scotland and Wales? With these rail passes, explore cosmopolitan capitals, towns forgotten in time and make a new friend who speaks your language.
All of the U.K.
The UK is all of Great Britain plus the beautiful Emerald Isle. After exploring England, Scotland and Wales, head north to Ireland, the pot of gold at your vacation’s end.
British Travel Tips
Stations are welcoming to ALL passengers, including those with disabilities. Should you require extra assistance, contact your specific train company.
When traveling, you like extra amenities and personalized service. Going first class by train is a lot cheaper than by plane, and just as enjoyable.
Keep that environmental momentum going after the train. Pack your bicycle and set out to see cities and towns with another green form of transport.
The days of traveling with entire trunks of luggage are over. Pack less and travel with ease without paying fees for that extra suitcase.
BritRail Pass FAQ
- How do I validate/activate my pass?
- How far in advance can I buy my rail pass?
- What is a rail month and rail day?
- Can I buy a pass if I have a European passport and a green card from the United States?
- On what date is my rail pass considered validated/activated?
- How do I know which pass (and # of days) is right for me?
- Do the names on the pass and on the passport have to match?
- How do I use the bonuses that come with the passes?
- What is the BritRail Family Pass?
- How do I file a request to receive reimbursement through the Rail Protection Plan™ if there has been loss or theft?