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UK and Europe transport adviceTrain

The rule of thumb is the earlier you book for off-peak periods, the cheaper the ticket. There is a host of different rail companies depending on whereabouts you want to visit.

For information on train journey routes and timetables in the UK, visit: For travelling by train throughout Europe, visit:

When booking trains, be sure to book through websites which don’t charge you an online booking fee.


National Express coaches have some excellent offers for both singles and returns. Cheap deals are available if you book on the internet. Print off your booking yourself. Call 08705 808080 or visit:

Euro Lines also offers fantastic deals on European travel. Traveling to 33 countries, Euro Lines is the perfect way to experience the wondrous landscapes the continet has to offer. Visit:

Mega Bus is also renowned for its money-saving offers. You can get a bus for as cheap as £1.50! Visit:

Cheap travel in UK and EuropeCar

Cars can be hired through a number of rental companies. For the best prices, visit: Alternatively, why not share a ride? BlaBlaCar is a great way to save money and make new pals – all while minimising your carbon footprint!


Hiring a campervan and hitting the wide open road is a must. It’s a fantastic way to get off the beaten track and exolore the less conventional routes. Plus, your accommodation and transport are all in one little nifty space! Check out Spaceships Camper Rentals and Wicked Campers for rental prices and more information.


A great place to book cheap flights within the UK and Europe is Easy Jet and Ryan Air. Book well in advance to get the cheap flights. These airlines fly from many regional airports and so for those of you who aren’t based in London, you can still find some great deals. London now has flights to Newquay, in the heart of Cornwall. It is an easy way to get out West for a weekend break.

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