With a vast collection of highly connected travel hubs, it is easier than ever for visitors to travel to Britain from all over the world.

Click the dots on our interactive map on the right to find out more about our airports, train links and ferry links and their domestic links.

Getting around

Most British airports have excellent links to public transport which provides a simple solution for visitors travelling within cities or around the country, or for those who want to experience Britain like a local.

A fast and frequent rail network means that nearly all areas of the country can be easily accessed by train, and travelling by rail is one of the most relaxing ways to explore. To find out more about travelling by rail, please click here.

Travelling around Britain by coach will often save money and offers a scenic alternative to travelling by train, especially for those on a budget. Just be aware that the journey time will probably be longer to allow for traffic, stops and varying speed limits. To find out more about travelling via coach or bus, please click here to find out more.

If your clients want to take up the Self Drive option, either by for their own preferences or because the areas they wish to visit are not easily accessible by rail, then travelling by car is a great way to explore Britain. To find out more click here.

Gateways UK Map

Itineraries from our Transport Hubs

Britain has a wide range of fantastic attractions, experiences and activities and its great connectivity means that your clients can easily enjoy everything it has to offer.

We have constructed a range of sample itineraries that you can use to help build out trips for your clients.