BritRail Invites You to Explore Scenic ScotlandWith an extra travel day on purchases between April 9 and May 10, 2012
In honor of Scotland Week, BritRail is joining in the celebrations with an exciting promotion! Get an extra travel day for free when you purchase a BritRail Freedom of Scotland Travelpass between April 9th and May 10 th, 2012. This pass is the perfect companion to explore Scotland far and wide, from Edinburgh, to Glasgow, to Stirling, to Aberdeen, to Inverness and beyond.
Visitors will love the flexibility enjoyed when traveling with a BritRail Pass, including the option to take multiple train journeys on the same day and keeping an open schedule while boarding any train on the National Rail Network in Scotland. Plus getting around Scotland by train is a great opportunity to stop off en route and visit places less traveled; let’s say if you wanted to hike through the Highlands or tour historic castles. Not to mention rail travel throughout Scotland provides for some of the best scenic experiences available. For example, imagine the view from your window as you journey along The West Highland Line complete with rolling green hills and the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct crossing.
The BritRail Freedom of Scotland Travelpass extra day promotion will extend your pass by an additional day of rail travel, valid in standard class, adult and child fares, for either 4 days within 8 days or 8 days within 15 days, plus one of course! Passengers will enjoy great value and convenience, with frequent train service between popular destinations. Take Edinburgh to Glasgow for example; with trains departing every 15 minutes, simply hop on the train of your choice and arrive in just 50 minutes!
Get your BritRail Pass by calling ACP Rail’s Call Center today at 1 866 938-RAIL (North America) or by visiting www.ACPRail.com or www.BritRail.com. Remember to buy before taking flight as BritRail Passes cannot be purchased in Britain.
Interested in reading about other scenic routes and top destinations in Scotland? Please visit www.ScotlandRailways.com.