Split Train Tickets | Edinburgh

Split your Edinburgh train tickets and pay less. You still travel on the same train, at the same time and in the same seat.

Waverley station the principal station of Edinburgh, opened in 1846 and was rebuilt between 1892 and 1902. It lies between the old town and modern Edinburgh, adjacent to Princes Street, Edinburgh Castle and the Princes Street Gardens.
Waverley station holds importance to the country’s economic success, by delivering space for new rail lines such as the Airdrie-Bathgate rail link and Borders Railway, which also supports the Edinburgh-Glasgow improvement programme and the Intercity Express programme.

How Do Edinburgh Split Tickets Work?

Edinburgh is a truly fascinating and beautiful city of Scotland with a wealth of attractions. Take a train to Edinburgh and enjoy what it has to offer for every visitors. Edinburgh's main attractions are there for all to see: Edinburgh Castle, the grandeur of the Royal Mile, the endless shows of the Edinburgh Festival and the Fringe during August.
Taking the train to Edinburgh is the simplest and easiest way to visit this extraordinary city. There are frequent and rapid direct links between London and other British cities. In Edinburgh, one of the main railway stations is in Edinburgh Waverley, in the heart of the city centre. Edinburgh's Haymarket is the city's second train station. Each can be reached directly by the tram system to various destinations in the city.
Edinburgh Split Tickets work by buying two to three train tickets rather than one signle ticket. This gives you a better price rather than paying more for just one single ticket.
Buying split train tickets in advance does make the price of the ticket cheaper. Purchasing the ticket on the last day will still save you money if split ticketing so no need to rush.

How Can I Get To The Railway Station?

Unfortunately private cars can no longer enter the station. This means you will only be able to get dropped off/picked up at certain points.These points are as follows;

Pedestrian access is all step free making it easy access for disabled people.

If you want to take your bike on the train, check with the train operator first.
The taxi rank is on Market Street. The rank inside the station has closed.
Busses are availbale to and from the station. Airport buses and city tours leave from Waverley Bridge regularly through the day. Local buses leave from Princes Street and North Bridge.
Buses for the rest of Scotland leave from St Andrew’s Square or Waterloo Place.
A car park is available to park private cars. There are 16 Blue Badge spaces in the car park; parking is free for the first two hours. Take a ticket from the machine at the entrance and show it, with your badge, at APCOA customer services at the car park entrance.
A lift gives step-free access to the station from accesible parking.

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Reyansh Hopkins

Great page to save on expensive train tickets to Edinburgh! I have a family of`5 so many tickets have to be bought especially for long distances so this helped us alot.

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