A different way to find Scotland

Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Here at ScotRail, we’re all about encouraging you to get out there and #UnlockScotland.

Pond dipping and bird watching at RSPB LochwinnochRail takes you places that roads simply can’t and as a result, offer unparalleled views.

New for 2017, we’ve introduced the Glasgow Days Out Travel Pass offering hassle-free unlimited, off peak travel across two consecutive days.

Great value, priced at just £18 per adult and £34 for a family of four, the Glasgow Days Out Travel Pass lets you explore destinations within around an hour of the city and as travel is unlimited, you can hop on and off as much as you like!

Watching the sun go down at Seamill beachLast month top blogger Finding Scotland took a ride with Glasgow Days Out Travel Pass. Over two days she managed to explore everything from RSPB Wetlands to a West Kilbride castle, caught stunning sunsets and even sampled some locally caught Troon oysters along the way.

Some of their trip highlights include:

Portencross Castle Pond dipping and bird watching at RSPB Lochwinnoch.

Watching the sun go down at Seamill beach.

Exploring Portencross Castle – recently restored by the local community.

Discover more about Finding Scotland’s two-day journey on her Glasgow Days Out Travel Pass here.

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Glasgow Days Out