England Transport Guide

The English public transport infrastructure is developed and extensive, connecting the country and the UK with a multitude of services including long-distance buses, trains and ferries. The London Underground is one of the most iconic rapid transit systems in the world.

How to get around England

BritRail goes to regional areas, provinces and rural suburbs, transforming your dreams of the English countryside into a reality. Most trains go through London as the capital city serves as a transport hub. Get a BritRail pass for more savings. Alternatively, hop on a coach and see the countryside from a bus window – National Express has great deals for under-26s and full-time students with the Young Persons Coachcard. You may also be tempted to hire a car and see the compact countryside your own way and explore the regional centres of Bath and Brighton and cities like Leeds, Manchester and Bristol.