Trains to Edinburgh

Speed towards the Caledonian capital of culture and comedy.

 

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Popular trains to Edinburgh

London to Edinburgh

From £27.00

York to Edinburgh

From £17.50

Newcastle to Edinburgh

From £10.50

Our new Azuma trains are now running to Edinburgh. Our modern, sleek new trains will be taking you between Edinburgh and London in more comfort than ever before. We have more seats in Standard to offer you even more great value fares. Find out more about Azuma here

Edinburgh Waverley is the second-largest railway station in the UK and as such serves as a local traffic hub offering train services to Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness as well as trains south to Newcastle, Leeds and London.

There is a great range of value train tickets and cheap rail fares available on our website to get to Edinburgh from destinations all across Scotland and England.

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If it’s not happening here, it’s not happening.

Edinburgh is a cosmopolitan city built on a series of extinct volcanoes and positively erupting with things to see and do. Aside from the world-famous Festival and Fringe events, the city offers fantastic views, hidden gems, wild surrounding countryside and boundless creative art experiences. And it’s all yours for the price of a cheap train ticket.

Things to do in Edinburgh

Here are the best things to see and do in Edinburgh, the great places to grab some grub, perfect places to pitch up for a pint and where to head for retail therapy.

Shopping in Edinburgh

There’s a little bit of everything in Scotland’s great capital. Here’s our guide to some of the best places.

Places to eat in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is famous for its culinary traditions, such as kippers, haggis and whisky, but there’s so much more for food lovers to enjoy on a visit to ‘Auld Reekie’.

Edinburgh Nightlife

Pubs frequented by ancient monarchs and ‘scran’ knocked up by Michelin-starred chefs – Edinburgh has it all going on after dark…

More travel inspiration

Looking for more inspiration? Here are some of our top picks to inspire you to travel across the East Coast.

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