Trains to Scotland

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If you're looking for the beat of an outdoor music festival, the adrenaline of an adventure out in the wild, the thrill of breathtaking views, or the magic of a new attraction like Dundee's V&A, Scotland's the place for you right now. Explore the Scottish destinations that we serve.

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We pull out all the stops to where you need to go in Scotland

Click on a destination below to learn about what it has to offer.

Aberdeen

Offshore wealth has made the Granite City one of Scotland’s most essential destinations. You don’t have to be an oil magnate to buy a ticket to visit.

Popular trains to Aberdeen

Darlington to Aberdeen

4h 47m

Edinburgh to Aberdeen

2h 40m

London Kings Cross to Aberdeen

7h 12m

Arbroath

A truly authentic fishing town, Arbroath is utterly charming from start to finish offering amazing scenery and, of course, its famous dish of 'smokies'.

Berwick

The most fought-over border town in Europe is currently in England but plays football in Scotland. Whatever country it’s in, at least a cheap train ticket is a certainty.

Popular trains to Berwick

London Kings Cross to Berwick-upon-Tweed

3h 35m

Dunbar

The impressive castle ruins that still guard the town’s twin harbours make it a must-see for history buffs.

Edinburgh

The Scottish capital isn’t just all about the festival - it’s a cultural cauldron all year round. 

Popular trains to Edinburgh

London Kings Cross to Edinburgh

4h 20m

York to Edinburgh

2h 24m

Newcastle to Edinburgh

1h 30m

Aberdeen to Edinburgh

2h 33m

Darlington to Edinburgh

2h 2m

Durham to Edinburgh

1h 49m

Doncaster to Edinburgh

3h 2m

Newark North Gate to Edinburgh

3h 27m

Peterborough to Edinburgh

3h 54m

York to Edinburgh

2h 33m

Falkirk Grahamston

Visit ship-shaped castles and giant wheels or hire a pedalo in Helix Park and reflect on the many amazing things you've seen on your trip to Falkirk.

Glasgow

It’s earthy, edgy, thoroughly entertaining and home to some of the world’s friendliest people. A cheap train ticket’s all you need to go walking in a Weegie wonderland.

Gleneagles

From a round of golf at the world famous course to relaxing in the beautiful countryside, here are our favourite things to do in Gleneagles.

Haymarket

Starting at the iconic train station, Haymarket never fails to delight with its beautiful buildings, bustling boutiques and warm, friendly locals.

Inverkeithing

Although its stone walls were removed in the 15th century, Inverkeithing still feels like a window into a bygone era with the added charm of coastal beauty.

Inverness

Fantastic fishing, spectacular highland scenery and you might even see the elusive monster. You’ll only pay a tiddler of a price to head north.

Kingussie

Based right in the centre of Scotland, you'll find Kingussie is at the heart of everything you love to do on a break.

Kirkcaldy

The longest street fair in Europe is only one of the many attractions in bustling, beautiful Kirkcaldy.

Leuchars

This historic old town is home to an annual air show, and it's the closest station to famous St Andrews.

Montrose

Whether it's family fun at the Seafront Splash or a trip to the dawn of flight at the Air Station Heritage Centre, Montrose delights whatever you choose to do.

Pitlochry

Pitlochry is a year round marvel that caters to holidaymakers looking for natural wonders, luxury experiences and smooth, mellow whisky.

Stonehaven

A harbour town with its own distinctive charm in the north east of Scotland.

I just can't decide

If your head's spinning with all these choices, check out our pick of top events and places to see all along our route.

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Things to do in Glasgow

There’s plenty to see and do in Scotland’s biggest city, and a host of eateries for you to refuel after a hard day’s sightseeing