Trains to Edinburgh

Cheap train tickets to Edinburgh

If you are looking for cheap rail tickets to Edinburgh, here are some tips to help you find the best prices for a rail ticket.

Train fares work like air fares: the earlier you book the more likely you are to get a cheap price. Remember that the best moment to start looking the rail prices to Edinburgh is 12 weeks before.

In UK, advance train tickets to Edinburgh are less expensive than Off-Peak-Ticket, or Anytime ticket. These tickets offer the cheapest rail but they are non-exchangeable and non-refundable, therefore you need to be sure of your plans.

Many railcards are available in the UK to pay for your train ticket to Edinburgh cheaper: 16-25, Two together, Family and Friends, Senior, Disabled persons railcard. All generally give you 34% off most adult fares, so you will save 1/3 on train fares.

Thanks to our search engine you can compare rail ticket fares for all major companies, operators to travel to Edinburgh by train and find the best fare.

Popular routes to Edinburgh by train

Here are examples of itineraries from the ten most popular departures cities to go to Edinburgh by train. Find in the table below the key information for your next journey like travel time, distance between the two cities and the minimum price we found for a train ticket to Edinburgh. You can also search for bus tickets to Edinburgh

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Edinburgh train stations

Edinburgh located in Scotland, is an important city with a population of around 435,791 inhabitants. Many travellers visit the city of Edinburgh each year for its attractions, museums, events and its monuments in the city centre. It's easy to travel by train to Edinburgh, and there are a lot of places to visit and a lot of activities to do. The city of Edinburgh is well served by train, the main train station in the city is : Edinburgh Waverley train station

Things to do in Edinburgh

We have compiled for you a list of 6 places that you can do in Edinburgh.

  • Edinburgh Old Town
  • Edinburgh Castle
  • Holyrood Palace
  • Royal Yacht Britannia
  • National Museum of Scotland
  • Arthur's Seat

As travel specialists, we understand that organizing a trip and searching for all the information about a specific destination can take a lot of time. We aim to help you by providing some places, whether you are coming for the weekend or for longer.

Each year, many travellers are going to Edinburgh. If you would like visit one of the most popular attraction of the city, you should visit Edinburgh Old Town. If you have some time, we will also suggest you to visit Royal Yacht Britannia and Edinburgh Castle to complete your stay.

Another interesting area that you can discover is National Museum of Scotland if you want to know more about the city.

Holyrood Palace is also a place that we will suggest you to visit if you have spare time during your stay.

Finally, if you're still curious in discovering more about Edinburgh, Arthur's Seat can be the final stage of your stay. Even though visitors might not consider it as the most important place to visit, it will enable you to get a full picture of the city and its character.

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