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For journeys wholly within the UK and to/from Ireland, one child under 3 years, not occupying a seat can travel for free with one fare paying adult.

For all other journeys, all passengers including children and infants under 3 years must purchase a ticket.

Number of passengers travelling who hold Scottish Concessionary Entitlement Cards. Valid for concessionary travel for journeys wholly within Scotland.

Number of passengers travelling who hold NUS Extra cards. Valid for travel within UK only. has come a long way since its launch in 2003, and we are now proud to serve over 100 destinations in the UK and Mainland Europe. To make our increasingly long origin list easier to navigate we have added this new optional country filter. We hope you find this new feature helpful.

Edinburgh to Birmingham


Your megabus from Edinburgh will take you to the heart of Birmingham, from where you’ll be ready to explore this exciting city.

Birmingham is one of the biggest cities in the UK, so you’ll never be short of things to do. The historical city was redeveloped after World War II and boasts a rich variety of culture. Just a few of its museums include The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, The Pen Museum and The Museum of the Jewellery Quarter.

Shoppers won’t be disappointed by the famous shopping centre, The Bullring, with an array of shops and eateries to keep you busy. Fun for all ages can be found at the National Sea Life Centre, so make sure you don’t miss out on the exotic fish, of which the centre boasts more than 60 species. If you’ve got time, book an event at the NEC during your stay to experience Birmingham’s impressive arena.

Be sure to enjoy the food and drink scene during your stay. If you’re a fan of Pakistani cuisine, ensure you visit the Balti Triangle, where you can sample the delights of some of the best South Asian food in the UK. Alternatively, try Gas Street Basin, previously a canal port, now famous for its sophisticated bars and restaurants.

It’s easy to visit Birmingham with megabus - get tickets simply by visiting or picking up the phone. Benefits include a 20kg luggage allowance, air conditioned coaches and free Wi-Fi where possible.