Getting Around England

England has a one the largest railway network in the world which includes a couple of beautiful lines through sparsely populated country. England is well serviced by roads, ports, and airports. However the public transport would be pretty expensive. The cheapest way to get around England is using buses or coaches that are numerous and operate on all over the country, but they are slower than trains.

Taxis are plentiful in main cities. ‘Black Cabs’ are also common and can be hailed from the side of the road. Also another option would be Car hire considering to explore the countryside and villages.

England has many hundreds of miles of Public Footpaths which allow free and unrestricted access into every county. British law protects the rights of pedestrians and these established footpaths. Many of these paths traverse private lands, and by statute, landowners may not impede the travel of a pedestrian or alter the paths course.

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