Can I use national railcard to Scotland?
Yes you can use it in Scotland, it’s worth it as you will save more on the tickets for Edinburgh/London than the card costs.
What is the cheapest way to travel from Edinburgh to London?
The cheapest way to get from Edinburgh to London is to bus which costs £13 – £35 and takes 9h 15m.
What is the best part of Edinburgh to stay in?
The 7 Best Neighborhoods in Edinburgh for Tourists
- Old Town. On a hill above New Town and centered on the Royal Mile – Edinburgh’s most famous historic street – Old Town is the most atmospheric part of the city.
- New Town.
- Dean Village.
- Southside, Newington, & Prestonfield.
- Bruntsfield & Morningside.
How much does it cost to take the train from Edinburgh to London?
Edinburgh (Waverley) to London by train
|From 4h 0m
|332 miles (534 km)
|65 trains per day
How do I pay less on a train ticket UK?
7 ways to save money on train tickets
- Be an early bird. You can save a whopping 50% on train tickets by booking ahead, according to Trainline.
- Avoid peak times.
- Split your train tickets.
- Invest in a railcard.
- Look for discounts.
- Beware booking fees.
- Exercise your rights.
Which Edinburgh railway station is best to travel by train?
Edinburgh Waverley is the primary railway station for a range of services by train to Edinburgh. It is the city’s biggest both in terms of facilities and in terms of train services.
Is it worth getting a railcard for Edinburgh?
If you travel to Edinburgh or other locations by train more than a couple of times a year, it’s well worth shelling out for one, since you’ll be looking at saving up to 1/3 off the price of your train tickets*. There are some eligibility requirements though, so head on over to our Railcards page for a quick guide.
How long is the train ride from London to Edinburgh?
An intercity train links London and Edinburgh that runs almost every 30 minutes throughout the day. The average journey time between London and Edinburgh is around 4 hours. Direct Trains to Edinburgh is less hassle than flying that involves check-in time, security checks, and then a bus journey.
How do I get from Newcastle to Edinburgh by train?
When booking your train tickets to Edinburgh, reserve a seat on the right-hand side of the train on the way to Edinburgh. Between Newcastle through to Berwick-upon-Tweed, you’ll enjoy fantastic views of the coastline. Why not try First Class?