Public Transport

Specific information on public transportation in London

London Stansted Airport is the third busiest airport in the UK and a major hub for the low-cost carriers. While London Gatwick is the second busiest airport in the country and also receives plenty of low cost flights from Europe. Once you arrive in London and need to take another plane to other British city or other European city, you’ll […]

Getting from Stansted Airport to Gatwick (and return)

London’s Heathrow Airport is Europe’s busiest airport and while it’s not typically used by European low-cost carriers , it’s popular with international airlines. So, if you fly from other parts of the world expect Europe, you’ll land here. But you might want to travel to other cities in the UK or Europe and you need to transfer to London Stansted […]

Getting from Stansted Airport to Heathrow (and return)

Wales is part of the UK and travelers are attracted to it because of the natural landscape , the history and culture. Cardiff is the capital of Wales and the largest urbane area. Other notable cities in Wales are: Caernarfon – home to the Caernarfon Castle , one of the best preserved in Wales -, Conwy – medieval, fortified town […]

Getting from London to Wales (and return)

Belfast is the capital and the largest city in Northern Ireland, UK. It is the second largest city on the island of Ireland after Dublin and is located at the mouth of the River Lagan. Getting from London to Belfast involves crossing the sea, so you’ll need to add the ferry into the route, whether you travel by bus, train […]

Getting from London to Belfast (and return)

Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland and is located on the banks of the River Clyde. The third largest city in the UK remains an important industrial center, but over the years, the culture, architecture and music have gained a lot more importance. It is now a center of tourism, commerce and culture, being one of the most visited […]

Getting from Glasgow to London (and return)

Brighton is charming seaside resort on the south coast of England. What started as a small sleepy fishing village, over the centuries gain more and more importance. With the development of the railways, the city really started to boom and now is a good place to escape the capital of London, which is located near-by. Its proximity to London means […]

Getting from London to Brighton (and return)

Bristol ranks fourth in the top destinations in England , having a long maritime history and offering a variety of activities. During the summer, the city comes to life thanks to the many festivals taking place here. Although the city is served by Bristol Airport (BRS), the ninth busiest airport in the UK, and a major base for both Ryanair […]

Getting from London to Bristol (and return)

Liverpool is a lively city in England, known for the music, nightlife and sports. The Pier Head Waterfront is a World Heritage UNESCO site since 2004. Liverpool is home to the largest national museum outside of London and is also home to Europe’s oldest Chinatown. Since London is very well served by low cost carriers and commercial airlines, most travelers […]

Getting from London to Liverpool (and return)

Cardiff is the capital of Wales and is located on the south coast of UK. With a history of an industrial city, Cardiff has changed a lot in recent years and is now a modern and lively city. It draws travelers interested in the Welsh culture and history, as well as those who want to go shopping in one of […]

Getting from London to Cardiff (and return)

Newcastle upon Tyne is a city in north east England known for its music, arts , sports and nightlife. It is a gateway for those who plan to explore the Northumberland coast and Hadrian’s Wall. It is definitely one of the trendiest cities in the UK. Since London is very well served by a variety of low cost European carriers […]

Getting from London to Newcastle (and return)