United Kingdom – Transport.

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Ukrainian Displaced Persons Travel Scheme provides free rail travel for Ukrainian nationals for their first 48 hours in the UK.

Traveline. This website provides information on public transport services throughout the UK, including buses, trains, and ferries.

You can plan your journey using websites like Trainline and before you know it you could be in Brighton or Scotland or almost anywhere else.

Also сheck оut мore info: Travelling around Britain (visitbritain.com) 



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The top five bus carriers in the UK are: Stagecoach • First Bus • Go-Ahead GroupArrivaScottish Citylink (England, Scotland, and Wales).

National Express operates long-distance coach services across the UK and Europe, with a fleet of over 550 coaches. + FlixbusMegabus

Translink – Bus and rail services across Northern Ireland.

Also сheck оut мore info: *Bus travel in the United Kingdom


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National Rail Enquiries | Maps – website provides information on train services and schedules throughout the UK.

Avanti West Coast ⇒ between London, the West Midlands, North Wales, and Scotland.

East Midlands Railway ⇒ East Midlands, including services to London, Sheffield, and Nottingham.

Great Western Railway ⇒ South West of England and South Wales, including services to London, Bristol, and Cardiff.

LNER operates long-distance train services ⇒ London and Scotland, with stops in cities such as York, Newcastle, and Edinburgh.

Northern ⇒ North of England, including services to Manchester, Liverpool, and Newcastle.

ScotRail ⇒ Scotland, including services to Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen.

South Western Railway ⇒ South and South West of England, including services to London, Southampton, and Bristol.

Southeastern ⇒ South East England, including services to London, Canterbury, and Dover.

Transport for Wales ⇒ Wales, including services to Cardiff, Swansea, and Bangor.

Also сheck оut мore info: Travelling around Britain by train (visitbritain.com) / *Rail travel in Great Britain / *Rail travel in Ireland


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The most important airports are London Heathrow, London Gatwick and Manchester Airport. All three have multiple terminals and are collectively served by a vast range of airlines and flights from the four corners of the map.

Britain’s largest airlines include ⇒ British AirwaysVirgin Atlantic and budget giants easyJet, Jet2, Wizzair, and Ryanair.

Heathrow is the United Kingdom’s main hub, receiving direct flights from every continent and major landmass but Antarctica, including Europe’s only direct flights from Oceania.

The main domestic hubs are London, Belfast, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh, while major airlines include British Airways, Eastern Airways. The arrival of budget airlines Ryanair and easyJet has forced fares down considerably.

Also сheck оut мore info: airportguides.co.uk.


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Key international UK ferry ports include: Felixstowe, Harwich, Folkestone, Dover, Southampton, and Bristol in south England; Hull and Liverpool in north England; Edinburgh in Scotland, and Belfast in Northern Ireland.

The Canal and River Trust is a charity that manages over 2,000 miles of waterways in England and Wales. The Inland Waterways Association is a charity that works to protect and promote the use of the waterways in Great Britain. British Canoeing is the national governing body for canoeing and kayaking in Great Britain.

Also сheck оut мore info: *Ferry routes to Great Britain / Travelling Britain’s coasts and waterways (visitbritain.com)


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The Highway Code, available online at the Department of Transport website, is an up-to-date guide to all the current British driving regulations and traffic signs.

Traffic can be very heavy, especially during ‘rush hour’, when commuters are on their way to and from work – typically 07:00-10:00 and 16:00-19:00. Checking local traffic reports on the radio or websites such as Frixo can help if you know you need to travel during busy hours.

The Caravan Club has a huge number of caravan and campervan parks all over the country.

Also сheck оut мore info: *Driving in the UK / Parking in the UK