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Trains to Aberdeen

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London to Aberdeen
Mon, 17 Nov 2014
1 Sep 21.29
1 Sep 21.29
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All fares indicated are one way

If you’re travelling to Aberdeen, East Coast offers a great range of value train tickets and cheap rail fares from destinations all across Scotland and England.

Tickets to Aberdeen are available online at eastcoast.co.uk offer fantasic prices one way for our lowest Standard Advance fare from London.

Travel with friends and you could save even more money with up to 25% off the cost of your tickets if travelling in a group of three or more.

Every week thousands of Standard Advance tickets and First Advance tickets are released across the network up to 12 weeks in advance, which gives you plenty of time to sort out an action packed – or highly relaxed - short break or day away.

Please note though that fares vary according to time of booking and origin/destination and are subject to availability. 

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To make sure you pay the lowest fare for your train tickets to Aberdeen, sign up for our ticket alert email notification, which will let you know as soon as cheap fares are released. You can also take the stress out of your trip by printing your tickets at home and even treat yourself to catering vouchers to use on the train.

Also make sure you download the East Coast app – it will keep you up to date, help plan your journeys and is available on Android or iPhone.

A First Class upgrade means you can travel in style and comfort, relax in the larger reclining seats and stay in contact with friends and family with free on-board Wi-Fi. There are also free complimentary meals on services of more than an hour.

The Scottish city of Aberdeen offers a great mix of vibrant city life, tranquil countryside, culture, history, adrenalin and arts - and with East Coast’s great value rail fares getting there has never been easier. 

Aberdeen sits between the Don and the Dee rivers and is surrounded by rugged coastline, tranquil lochs, highland glens and the beauty of the Cairngorms National Park. It also boasts a buzzing cultural scene - including award winning restaurants and a vibrant nightlife. The area also has Royal connections and has been a favourite holiday destination of the Royal family for more than 150 years.