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Overview The wildly contrasting landscape takes in big cities, sleepy villages, national parks, hedge-lined lanes, the White Cliffs of Dover, the fens of East Anglia and the mountains of Scotland and Wales.
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Harwich London 01:15 € 14
London Leeds 02:12 € 29
London Chester 01:58 € 24
Bicester London 00:46 € 16
Swindon London 00:55 € 19
London Peterborough 00:45 € 15
London Lancaster -17:-1 € 19
London Liverpool 02:14 € 16
Brighton London 00:51 € 7
London Bristol 01:20 € 19
Seaford London 01:29 € 11
Birmingham London 01:21 € 8
Sheffield London 02:00 € 27
Cambridge London 00:46 € 8
London Crewe 01:30 € 24
London Stratford Upon A 01:59 € 8
Oxford London 00:56 € 8
London Newcastle 02:45 € 48
Swansea London 03:11 € 43
London Edinburgh -14:-38 € 50
London York 01:46 € 19
Truro London -9:-13 € 56
Oxenholme London -10:-24 € 31
London Glasgow 04:08 € 37
Hull Gb London -14:-48 € 26
London Southampton 01:11 € 36
London Nottingham 01:34 € 13
Manchester London 02:00 € 16
London Salisbury 01:22 € 47
Norwich London 01:44 € 11
Doncaster London 01:29 € 31
London Bournemouth 01:43 € 14
Preston London -10:-59 € 26
London Cardiff 02:01 € 23
London Portsmouth 01:33 € 13
United Kingdom

The National Rail is the generic term used by the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) to denote the passenger services in United Kingdom. Train tickets for trains operating in the UK can be booked in advance. International trains connect the UK with neighbouring countries such as France and Belgium. Book tickets to visit main cities of the United Kingdom by train. Cities including London, Oxford and Bath are all served by trains.


Edinburgh, London, Cardiff – of course they’re worth a visit but get off the beaten track. Try Sheffield for its close-knit city mood, excellent shopping and rich history; Bath for the culture and architecture; Newport for the Ryder Cup and fascinating buildings and Dundee for its lively, cosmopolitan centre.


The United Kingdom can be anything you want it to be, for sandy beaches take a First Great Western train to Cornwall and Devon. For treks amongst greenery try the East Coast Rail service to the Scottish Highlands or in England the Northern Rail service to the Peak District. And if it’s a landscape of shops you’re after the multitude of cities, all served by trains, are sure to satisfy.

Take Home

The cities and the seaside are full of trinket souvenirs to please those left behind. Welsh Cashmere jumpers and Scottish kilts are also a great way to remember your trip.

Food & Drink

Fish and chips in a seaside town are a must, as is a Sunday roast in a traditional English pub. In Scotland make sure you try the haggis and in Wales visit the many gastronomic delights both in the much-hyped restaurants of the cities and in the tucked away cafes of the small villages. And with thousands of pubs throughout the UK, your whistle will never be dry.

New Perspective

Take a First ScotRail train to Wick near John O’Groats. It’s the furthest point in the UK and the starting/finishing point for those (peculiar folk!) wishing to walk the breadth of the country.

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