Wednesday, April 20, 2011

BritRail Free Rail Day. 10 Days Left.

Don't forget your BritRail Pass free rail day. Just 10 days left to take advantage of this great BritRail promotion.

Ride the rails of Britain for free.

Britain On Track is giving away a free rail day when you purchase your BritRail Pass.

This promotion is valid until April 29, 2011 and is valid with any BritRail Consecutive Pass, BritRail Flexipass, BritRail England Consecutive Pass and BritRail England Flexipass.

Make sure you receive your free rail day before it ends.

To know more about this promotion visit our BritRail Pass site or brouse the list of British Rail Passes we have to offer.

Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Britain On Track Unvails The BritRail Pass Free Rail Day.

See our official press release.

Take advantage of an extra day of travel with the BritRail Pass Free Rail Day.

This great promo can be combined with existing discounts such as the BritRail Youth Pass (up to 20% off the regular adult rate), the BritRail Senior Pass (up to 15% off the regular adult rate), BritRail Party Pass (groups up to 9 travelers receive a 50% discount), The BritRail Family Pass (children travel free with one adult or senior)

This promotion starts April 1st through April 29th and is valid for the BritRail Consecutive Pass, BritRail Flexipass, BritRail England Pass and BritRail England Flexipass.

See our BritRail free rail day press release for more information.

Or visit us at Britain On Track.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

The Top 10 BritRail Trips from London

One of the many reasons millions of tourists flock to Britain every year is because of its rich history and culture. And this evident in every city and town from coast to coast to coast.

We all know that London is the main center of attraction and is well worth the visit all on its own.

But a great holiday to the UK is more than just London.

How about Bath, Oxford, Salisbury, Stratford-Upon-Avon to mention just a few?

Britain On Track has put together their 10 most popular rail trips outside of London to help you maximize your BritRail Holiday.

Have a look at the 10 most popular BritRail Pass trips from London.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

The BritRail Pass and the Royal Wedding are a perfect marriage.

London, Friday, February 4, 2011 - Britain On Track is offering a discounted pass to avoid long lineups for Americans and Canadians traveling in Britain during the Royal Wedding.

Prince William of Wales and Kate Middleton are scheduled to be married at Westminster Abbey on 29 April 2011, and London is expected to see an influx of possibly as many as a million visitors, many of them traveling by train.

"For those that are unfamiliar with the British rail system, rail passes allow you to travel the entire UK rail system with one document, at one set price," says Mike DaSilva, President of Britian On Track, North America's top provider of BritRail passes, tickets and related British Rail products. "These BritRail passes are discounted with the traveler's budget in mind and there is no need to wait in line to purchase tickets. You just board your train."

Leading up to, and during the Royal Wedding, Britain is expected to see an influx of visitors. In 1981, during the last Royal Wedding of Prince Charles of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, approximately 600,000 visitors flooded the streets of London. This time around even more spectators are expected to come out to see Prince William and Kate Middleton tie the knot.

"With the expected rush of visitors, not only will Britain be a busy place but so will its rail stations," says DaSilva. "This is where the BritRail Pass shines. It allows you to avoid the ticket queues. Simply board your train, present your pass, and you're off. Easy Peasy. Now that's convenience!"

The Discount travel website,, has reported a 266% rise in flight bookings to London during the same time period as the Royal Wedding and according to, hotel reservations in London are up 212%, compared to reservations in 2010.

"Like most places during national events such as this, air and rail fares, hotel rates and food costs tend to rise," Says DaSilva. "But not the BritRail Pass. This rail pass was designed with your travel budget in mind. And this is why BritRail is the preferred way to travel Britain."

During the Royal Wedding, access to Westminster Abbey, the wedding venue, will be restricted. However there are many travel companies putting together “romance trail” packages. This will enable visitors to follow in William and Kate’s footsteps, visiting such places as Scotland, where William and Kate met while studying at St. Andrews University in Fife, and Anglesey, North Wales, where the couple will live after the wedding.

Britain On Track offers a wide range of products to help the Royal Wedding traveler to navigate through Britain. From the BritRail Pass, which allows unlimited rail travel in England, Scotland and Wales to the BritRail London Plus Pass, which is the perfect rail pass for day trips out of London. They also offer the London Visitor Travel Card, which allows access to London's famous underground train system.

Britain On Track is North America's top provider of BritRail passes, tickets and related British Rail products to the North American and world market. Discover England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland by train, and see why the BritRail Pass is the most economical and preferred way to travel The United Kingdom and Ireland.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

The BritRail Party Pass Offers Awesome Discounts.

Traveling in a group? Then Britain On Track is holding a party and you're invited!

The BritRail Party Pass allows groups of 3 to 9 people to experience the wonders of the United Kingdom by rail. Enjoy unlimited rail travel throughout England, Scotland and Wales or just England if you like at a significantly reduced cost.

The 3rd through the 9th person receives 50% off.

This great offer applies to the BritRail Consecutive Pass, BritRail Flexipass, BritRail England Consecutive Pass and BritRail England Flexipass.

Make sure you contact Britain On Track about the BritRail Party Pass.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Britain On Track BritRail Blog

Wade through the clutter and confusion by following us on our new BritRail Pass Blog.

To receive timely news, promos, rail travel information from Britain On Track go to our BritRail Blog