All about Britrail Passes

We are proud to be an official supplier for BritRail passes and point-to-point journeys. We can assist with booking your rail passes for more extensive travel AND individual journeys in England, Wales, and Scotland. We also book Heathrow, Gatwick, and Stansted Express trains.

BritRail Passes in a nutshell

A BritRail Pass is a single travel document that allows you to travel by train in the UK. They are only sold outside the country to visitors like you, and provide excellent value for money.

Passes are available in various validities and you can travel as much as you like on one day, which makes it a really economical way of using the extensive rail network that the UK has to offer.

The BritRail Pass is the most popular as it covers England, Scotland, and Wales. The England Pass covers England only. There are also various other passes, including London and surrounds (the London Plus Pass), Scotland, South-West, the North of England, and more.

Consecutive Pass vs Flexi Pass

Consecutive Pass:

Valid for a set number of days in a row. 

Make as many train journeys as you like in one day – passes are restricted by days not journeys. 

FlexiPass

Your travel days don’t need to be consecutive – you can travel for a set number of days over a certain period.

For example: if you start using a 4-day pass on 01 January, you have 3 remaining days that you can use until 01 February inclusive.

Make as many train journeys as you like in one day – passes are restricted by days not journeys. 

Very important: Choose your rail pass according to how much travel you want to do and NOT on how long you’ll be in the country! For example: if you’re in the country for 10 days but want to travel on 4 days, then you need a 4-day pass and not a 10-day pass. Otherwise, you may end up spending way more money than you actually need to. If you’re unsure which one to choose, let us know and we can assist you.


Frequently Asked Questions

Choosing a BritRail Pass

Validities

Areas covered

Using a BritRail Pass

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