Britrail England Pass

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Unlimited travel in England.

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Validity Class
Adult Child Children up to 4 travel free and those aged under {0} get a discount. Senior Senior travellers aged {0} or over get a discount. Youth Travellers aged {0} to {1} get a discount.



Britrail England Pass

Travel days The travel days indicate how often you can use a railpass.

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1 to 10 pax

Child Children up to 4 travel free and those aged under {0} get a discount.

1 to 10 pax

Senior Senior travellers aged {0} or over get a discount.

1 to 10 pax

Youth Travellers aged {0} to {1} get a discount.

1 to 10 pax

3 days (continuous) R 2,957 n/a 2,089 n/a 1,570 n/a 1,098 n/a 2,561 n/a n/a n/a 2,363 n/a 1,692 n/a
4 days (continuous) R 3,735 n/a 2,470 n/a 1,890 n/a 1,296 n/a 3,155 n/a n/a n/a 2,957 n/a 2,089 n/a
8 days (continuous) R 5,243 n/a 3,536 n/a 2,668 n/a 1,768 n/a 4,527 n/a n/a n/a 4,253 n/a 2,866 n/a
15 days (continuous) R 7,895 n/a 5,243 n/a 3,933 n/a 2,668 n/a 6,707 n/a n/a n/a 6,310 n/a 4,253 n/a
22 days (continuous) R 9,983 n/a 6,630 n/a 5,045 n/a 3,354 n/a 8,474 n/a n/a n/a 8,002 n/a 5,320 n/a
1 month (continuous) R 11,767 n/a 7,895 n/a 5,914 n/a 3,933 n/a 9,983 n/a n/a n/a 9,389 n/a 6,310 n/a
3 days (within 2 months) R 3,735 n/a 2,561 n/a 1,890 n/a 1,296 n/a 3,155 n/a n/a n/a 2,957 n/a 2,089 n/a
4 days (within 2 months) R 4,649 n/a 3,155 n/a 2,363 n/a 1,692 n/a 3,933 n/a n/a n/a 3,735 n/a 2,561 n/a
8 days (within 2 months) R 6,707 n/a 4,527 n/a 3,460 n/a 2,287 n/a 5,716 n/a n/a n/a 5,442 n/a 3,658 n/a
15 days (within 2 months) R 10,060 n/a 6,828 n/a 5,121 n/a 3,460 n/a 8,596 n/a n/a n/a 8,093 n/a 5,442 n/a

Pass details

Discover England as you have never seen it!

The BritRail England Pass is the perfect pass if you have always dreamt of visiting England. Start with London, one of the world’s most exciting cities, and visit other iconic English cities such as Liverpool, Manchester, Bath, Oxford and more. Discover the English countryside, its typical beaches and cozy towns.

The BritRail England Pass allows you unlimited travel with the freedom to hit the tracks whenever and wherever you want! You can take as many trains as you like and there is no limit on the distance you can travel within a travel day. All of this at a fixed price.

Hop on and off trains at any time according to your desires and encounters. Just show up at the nearest train station and get ready to go and explore a new destination. (See ‘Things to know’ for more information about seat reservations).

Whether you are the adventurous traveller or the avid planner the BritRail England Pass is your pass to freedom and the key to an unforgettable trip!

Who can get

Any person living outside the participating countries can use the Britrail England Pass. Please note that residents (more than 6 months) of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales are not eligible to use it.

How to use

  • Passes must be validated within 6 months of issuing date by a railway official in one of the countries mentioned on the rail pass (station’s desk) who also fills in the passport number.
  • Passes must be validated prior to boarding 1st train (All parties must be present when validating a Saverpass).
  • The date of travel has to be entered in the correct way before boarding the first train, by the traveller, in the corresponding box of the calendar.
7:00 pm rule
The 7PM rule allows you to benefit from a free travel day. Make sure that the following conditions are respected:
  • Your pass should be activated
  • You should not have travelled by train prior to your boarding on the departure day
  • Board a night train after 7:00 pm
  • Arrive at your destination after 4:00 am on the next day
  • The arrival date should be within the validity of the pass
If the conditions are respected, then you only have to write the arrival date on your pass.
If the conditions are not respected, then you have to enter the departure and arrival dates on your pass.

How to activate your pass?

You must activate or validate your rail pass at the train station. A railway staff will write down the first and last day of validity on your pass and will stamp it. This procedure must be done before using your rail pass.Click on the link to view the features that are necessary to activate a Britrail England Pass.
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    "So Easy"

      Rogayah y. 
    It is great to be able to hop on and off trains without having too much trouble. It is only when trains have been cancelled and its the commuters' rush hour that there is something of a scrum for seats, even in !st class, which can be anywhere on the length of the train. So despite it no being perfect it is still worth the money for the convenience of not having to queue for a specific ticket.    Value for money  Convenience

    "A tube station interview"

      Andy l.  26/12/2013
    The realisation that the London Underground was not part of the parcel was a little bit of a surprise. I am aware it was on/in the terms and conditions. I am, not blaming anyone but for a visitor maybe a white hole or portion in your map may be a better signal to ticket buyers. Most people end up in London or pass through it.    Value for money  Convenience