Scotland declares 2015 to be the year of Food and Drinks

Scotland is getting ready to welcome visitors with attractions and events that celebrate its gastronomy. From Scottish Whisky to fresh sea plates, the mouth-watering offerings of Scotland will take center stage all year.

While on visit, one must try a plate of Haggis, Scotland’s national dish…. more>

Oct 6th
Posted by Ruben in United Kingdom

BritRail’s low season savings

BritRail’s most popular passes now on sale with up to 20% off!

Starting October 1st, you’ll be able to save up to 20% off the purchase of a classic BritRail Pass, BritRail England Pass and BritRail South West Pass. The… more>

Oct 1st
Posted by Ruben in Discounts,United Kingdom

Monuments and History on the streets of Chester

By Laura Orange, travelocafe.com

Chester is the perfect mix of old and new. It features incredible treasures that came together throughout its 2,000 years of history. From the 2-mile long Roman red-brick wall, the medieval cathedral, the galleried rows, the Elizabethan half-timbered houses to… more>

Aug 27th
Posted by Ruben in Contributors,United Kingdom

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… more>

Jul 16th
Posted by Ruben in Discounts,United Kingdom

For the love of the game!

How fans around the globe follow the World Cup

Maybe it’s the drama of witnessing the best of proud nations laying it all on the line or maybe it’s the excitement of being part of a passionate crowd cheering in the stands and screaming from the top of… more>

Jun 5th
Posted by Ruben in Europe,Germany,Spain,United Kingdom

Mother’s Day around the world

7 rail passes to destinations where mothers are praised

When May comes along, we take the opportunity to praise a very important person in our lives, our mothers. Mother’s Day is a tradition that’s celebrated all around the world, with different countries showing their love and… more>

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… more>

Mar 4th
Posted by Ruben in Contributors,United Kingdom

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… more>

Feb 17th
Posted by Ruben in Discounts,United Kingdom

Around-the-world honeymooners take the UK by train

During our 675-day honeymoon around the world, we always try to experience the things that really exemplify a place. So when it came to choosing the best way to explore Great Britain, we knew it had to be by train…after all the Brits invented… more>

Jan 8th
Posted by Ruben in United Kingdom

10 Christmas markets across Europe

Winter holidays in Europe are often associated with the spectacular Christmas markets. Stop by Berlin for complete immersion in a city with dozens of markets, opt for a family-oriented experience in Brussel’s or try out the local food in Budapest. Take advantage of the Eurail… more>

Dec 3rd
Posted by Ruben in Discounts,Europe
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