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Touring Scotland by Train

By Dan Rubinstein After flying across the Atlantic Ocean, one of the best ways to get settled in the UK is to take a seat on a train. My wife, twin daughters and I recently travelled to Scotland from Canada, and after landing in Edinburgh, we went straight to the downtown Waverley railway station to...
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BritRail Free Day Promo

By Kara Bembridge With a drop in the pound and a free day of train travel, you can stretch your U.K. travel budget this summer with BritRail. Buying a BritRail Pass, a BritRail England Pass or a BritRail South West Pass entitles you to an additional day of travel if you purchase your pass from...
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Aberdeen: Dreamy spires and splendid coasts

By Laura Orange, travelocafe.com  It was actually the fairy-tale like turrets and dreamy spires of Aberdeen that called our attention in the very first place. But Aberdeen is not called the Silver City with the Golden Sands for nothing. Its coastline is equally impressive and well worth a stroll as well. After exploring Edinburgh for just over...
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BritRail’s Free Day Promotion and the Oyster Card Giveaway

Receive an additional day of rail travel when you book a BritRail Pass The BritRail Free Day Promotion gives you one additional day of rail travel for free on BritRail’s most popular passes. With a BritRail Pass, you can hop on and off trains at will while traveling anywhere in England, Scotland or Wales. With the extra...
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Scotland’s Whisky Month

Raising a toast for Scotland’s national drink This month is Whisky Month in Scotland and the country’s national drink becomes the highlight of festivals, events and tours that feature behind-the-scenes secrets of whisky creations. As you travel across the region of Speyside, you’ll discover the Whisky Trail, which is related to some of the world...
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Glasgow, the London of the north

By Patti Nickell GLASGOW, Scotland.  Eight of us sat around a table – flasks, tubes and bottles filled with liquids lined up before us.  Under the watchful eye of “Professor” Alastair, we mixed and mingled the liquids, adding a dollop of one and a soupcon of another to our beakers. Every so often, an excited “aha” seemed...
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Solo by train? Oh yes!

By Janice Waugh,  solotravelerblog.com In the 19th century the train changed travel. It shortened the time it took to travel between places. It sped travel up.  Today, in the 21st century, trains do the opposite. They slow things down. And in my books, slowing things down is luxury in itself. But more, traveling by train gives...
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New! BritRail Bonus Offers from ACP Rail

Over 100 bonus offers at attractions in England, Scotland and Wales There are now over 100 more great reasons to bring a BritRail Pass or Ticket on your next trip as you can take advantage of BritRail Bonus Offers, including special benefits available for top attractions and activities throughout the UK! Use them to get inspiration and...
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Hogmanay in Scotland

Celebrating the New Year with Scottish dances, burning fireballs, chilling rivers and more Scotland is world renowned for its end of year celebrations called Hogmanay, where you can enjoy the transition to the New Year with thousands of merrymakers who make the trip annually. It’s where you can attend a massive party, dance all night...
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5 Spooky ghost tours in Britain : just in time for Halloween

Victims of a tragic fate, souls that cannot rest in peace, spirits roaming around in towns and castles… learn the stories of Britain’s notorious ghosts. This Halloween season, we look at 5 walks and tours that will have you shaking in your boots, so grab your BritRail Pass and head to these famously haunted locations. 1....
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