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Hogmanay 2017

Edinburgh, Scotland | 31st December


Edingburgh city centre comes alive with what could be the world’s best New Year’s Eve party. Join people from all over the world partying together and celebrate Edinburgh’s Hogmanay with Stoke travel

Ring in the New Year Scottish style, and if that means wearing a kilt and eating haggis, then so be it. Hogmanay is one of the world’s great parties, maybe the best New Year’s Eve party, filled with live performances, and music across four street party stages.

Hogmanay is Scottish for the last day of the year, and that’s what we’re here to celebrate. Join us in the streets as we sing Auld Lang Syne and gift each other lumps of coal. Doesn’t sound like fun? Then you need to know more about how the Scots love to party!

How to get tickets for Hogmanay

With us you’ll party on the Stoke Travel Express train from London to Edinburgh, before we pre-party at our exclusive venue. Street party tickets, including the magnificent Midnight Moment with fireworks and music, are included as we say goodbye to 2017 and welcome in 2018. Stoke Travel afterparty tickets are also included in the package price, before we load up the return train trip from Edinburgh to London.

What to do during Hogmanay in Edinburgh

End and start the years right by getting into live music and DJs at the four street party stages and eight large screens that line the streets. Enjoy four fireworks displays on the hour from 9pm set against the backdrop of the iconic Edinburgh Castle. After the street party we have arrange free access to the official Stoke Travel after party.

On top of that, immerse yourself in the traditions, marvel at the world famous architecture, and drink and be merry just like ringing in the New Year in Scotland warrants.

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Key Features

  • Where: Edinburgh, Scotland
  • When: NYE December 31 - January 1
  • How: With the Stoke Party Train from London
  • Age: 18+
  • Sleep: On the train!
  • Eat: Food will be provided
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Trip option: 24 hours of madness for Hogmanay


  • Return train from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh on the Stoke Travel Express
  • Street party arena tickets
  • Bottle of prosecco to drink on the train, breakfast in London, Dinner before the street party in Edinburgh
  • Free entry to the pre and after parties
  • Includes

    • Return train from London Kings Cross to Edinburgh on the Stoke Travel Party Train
    • Entrance ticket to the famous Hogmanay Street Party
    • Bottle of Prosecco for the ride up
    • Food will be provided
    • Free entry to the Stoke Travel afterparty
    • Check in at Kings Cross Station
    • Jump on the Stoke Travel Express
    • Arrive in Edinburgh
    • Head straight to our venue for more drinks and snacks
    • Check out the Christmas Market and carnival rides
    • 7pm: Street Party starts!
    • 9pm: First set of fireworks (goes every hour until midnight)
    • 12am: Final Fireworks display
    • 1am: Head to the after party!
    • Jump back on the Stoke Travel Express to party all the way back to London.

    Hilly Edinburgh is Scotland’s capital city, it has a medieval Old Town and an elegant Georgian New Town, with an abundance of gardens and neoclassical buildings. It’s home to Arthur’s Seat, an extinct volcano in Holyrood Park which has sweeping views of Edinburgh and beyond from its peak. Edinburgh Castle looms over the city from its hilltop, it is home to Scotland’s crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, traditionally used in the coronation of Scottish rulers.

    But beyond it’s beauty, history and culture, Edinburgh is a cosmopolitan city with fine dining and drinking establishments galore!


  • King’s Cross Station is a major railway and underground station in London. The station is in central London and close to Kings Cross, Regent’s Park, Somers Town and Bloomsbury.

    King’s Cross Station is next to King’s Cross St Pancras Underground Station which is on the Circle line, the Metropolitan Line, the Hammersmith & City Line and the Victoria Line.

    You can get to Kings Cross Station using any of the above underground lines or any local London buses.

    Click here for more information on how to get there.


  • Are we missing something?? Ask away in the Ask a Question Tab and we will chuck up an answer right here.

    What’s breakfast?

    It’s a meal that’s usually eaten first thing in the morning and consists of either eggs and bacon or toast with spreads and continental foods like cereal. When you’re really lucky you can eat pancakes and waffles with maple syrup for a special treat. The breaky will be a hostel breakfast so the usual carb-full goodies.

    Can we go to anything we want to at the festival?

    Sure can, these will be extra however and booked by you. There are hundreds of events, performances, artists, shows and hoes for you to get amongst!

    Do I have to wear a kilt?

    You won’t be able to go to any of the festivals without one so I guess yeah. Kidding you totally can but a kilt would be bloody mint.

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