UK GUIDE - Travelling in the UK
UK Car Hire : Train Travel : Coach Travel : Air Travel
Travelling around London is relatively easy. London Underground, has 275 stations dotted around the city whilst London's famous red double-decker buses are a great way to see London whilst providing plenty of sightseeing opportunities on the way. There are also always taxis available. Leaving London , the choice are between, flying, coach, train or driving .
Travelling by coach is the ideal way to explore the variety of places to be seen within the United Kingdom considering the relatively short dista nces involved distances. In general it is much cheaper than train travel whilst traffic congestion, parking hassles and expensive fuel mean that having a car can be a hassle if you're planning on spending a lot of time the in the UK'S larger towns and cities. See National Express where you can by tickets online.
However having access to a car gives you a lot of freedom and it is still the best way to explore the countryside. If you are going to drive the options are either to buy a car which is quite sreaight forward in England or to rent which is probably the most practical option for travellers wishing to drive around England.
Try TravelSupermarket.Com or Thomson.co.uk for car hire
If you are going to travel around by train , book early throughj Rail Easy and save Up To 80% .
By booking in advance you can save up to 80% on trains rather than buying your tickets on the day of travel. See also Train Travel in Britain and National Rail for enquiries and a journey planner
For air travel around the UK try Expedia.co.uk
Try also Traveline for Public Transport Information where you can plan travel by bus, train, coach, ferry or underground
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