If you want to travel around Britain you can do it by air, coach or train.
Rail services are the best alternative if you want to visit Britaun’s major cities. The rail network serves over 2.500 stations troughout Britain. The passenger system comprises a fast intercity network, linking the main cities of Great Britain. Fares in Britain can be quite expensive.
Air Transport provides regular, efficient and rapid service. It is effected trough scheduled air flights which travel on set dates and times, following set routes, and chartered flights with variable routes and timetables. Airlines services are operated by British Airways which is the flag carrier based in London’s Heathrow, the world’s busies airport for international travel and Britain’s most important airport for passengers and freight. Other major international airports in the London area are Gateway and Stansted. If you are starting your visit in London, flights to Gatwick and Heathrow are equally convenient. Once in London the best way to visit it is the underground. There are underground stations everywhere and in a few minutes you are where you want.
Traveling by car is another way to visit Great Britain. Coming from Europe you can choose to reach Great Britain by ferry and the view of the White Cliffs of Dover is amazing or get on the train, living the experience of the Channel Tunnel. But remember, in Britain people drive on the left and generally overtake on the right. Speed limits are 30-40 mph in built-up areas and 70 mph on motorways or dual carriageways. If you intend to drive, remember that there is a strict alcohol law and the police are very vigilant in enforcing it.