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Awesome Ways to Commute in the UK

More often than not, traveling is both fun and rewarding. Despite a few mishaps here and there may be inevitable, being able to find your way around a new city or country can give you a sense of fulfillment. Thus, here are some awesome ways on how to commute and navigate through the UK.

 

 

 

Taking the Train

If you are one traveler who tends to rigorously plan your trip, chances are you also prefer to stick with your travel plans at any cost. Thus, you want to know exactly how long it will take you to get to your destination and of course, the cost of doing so. With this background, you will find it awesome to take the train because most of the time, the trains in the UK are on time. One of the best tips for cheap train tickets is to book in advance online. Generally, train tickets are released 12 weeks before the travel date. This will be perfect for you, especially if you have the habit of meticulously planning your trip.

Riding Coaches

Coaches are intercity buses, which are economical. If you are traveling on a budget, riding coaches is your best option because most bus and coach companies make multiple stops, especially in the big cities in the UK. The cost of riding a coach can even be cheaper if you decide to book in advance online, but nevertheless, you can still book your ticket on the day you opt to travel and even secure it from the coach driver. Some of the modern intercity buses are equipped with toilets and Wi-Fi, as well as DVD players and televisions. Some even offer snacks so all in all, riding coaches is a good deal.

Renting a Car

You always have the option of renting a car when you travel around the UK. With a rented car, you have control on where to stop and explore as you please, giving you more freedom of the road. If you are a natural wanderer and discoverer, traveling by a rented car around the UK is your best bet. With a car, you have the chance of visiting places that are generally out of the way. What is more awesome is that you can pass most of the roads in the UK toll-free.

Moreover, you will find that even in peak seasons, you will be able to find a room in a B&B or chain hotels along your road trip. Also, take advantage of the park and ride facilities whenever possible. After all, it will be easier for you to park your rented car on the outskirts of the city and hop on a shuttle service that will drive you directly to the city center, rather than being caught up in unfamiliar one-way roads. Perhaps the only downside is that petrol is more expensive in the UK compared to other countries.

The adventures you may find yourself in while you are travelling is what makes your experience memorable and gratifying. This includes having to find your way around a foreign country while commuting and immersing yourself with the locals. If you happen to be in the UK, check out the amazing ways above on how to navigate within its cities.