Travel to and around England

England’s capital city, London, is served by five major international airports; Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City Airport. There are also international airports in Birmingham, Manchester, East Midlands, LeedsBradford, Liverpool, NewcastleGateshead, Bristol and Norwich, meaning that any part of England is easily within an hour’s drive of an international airport.

Distances are small in England making the country remarkably quick and easy to navigate. All major English destinations are within a couple of hours travelling distance from London. Train travel into England has never been better with a new high speed Eurostar link from the European Continent serving both Ashford in Kent and London’s St Pancras station.  

There are also numerous direct ferry connections from many cities across the European Continent.

Travelling round England


Airports in England

Flying to England is often the cheapest and quickest option. London Heathrow is a major worldwide hub with transport links throughout the rest of England.

Ports in England

Ports in England

You can travel to England by ferry from Ireland, Belgium, France and the Netherlands.



High speed passenger rail service directly to France and Belgium with connections across Europe.

Car in the Eurotunnel


Travel with your car through the channel tunnel in just 35 minutes. Services run between Folkestone and Calais.


Getting around by train

National Rail is your gateway to our rail network across the UK which includes information across train company information and promotions; train times; journey planning, fares enquiries and ticket sales.

London Taxi

London transport

Transport around the capital city made easy.

National express

National Express

National Express operate a coach and bus network across the UK with tickets for travel to over 900 destinations throughout the UK including transfers to and from all major airports.

Mega bus


Megabus operate a low cost intercity coach network across the UK.

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