Check out this site for official advice and information for Great Britain.
If you're often traveling to London you may wish to research the Oyster Card or register touch-to-pay on your phone.
Buy your ticket at a kiosk, a counter, or online
Activate or validate your ticket before boarding
If using the London underground only, scan your oyster card, or your mobile touch to pay at the entrance and upon exit
Be sure to board the correct train and class of car, this applies on all trains other than the London underground
Tickets are usually cheaper online
Note: Boarded the wrong train? Notify the conductor ASAP and pay the ticket difference. It’s cheaper than a fine!
Flying throughout Europe is incredibly cheap! There are a variety of options available depending on COVID restrictions. Here are a few:
The closest airports are Stansted and Luton
Pay for luggage & check-in online to reduce fees
Always check routes, schedules and fares at the local tourist office or bus station before you depart on a bus to avoid any problems.
The largest British coach operator is National Express, and locally https://www.suffolkonboard.com, Travel Line or Train Line may help to find more public transport options.
Buy your tickets online, at a bus station, or on a bus.
Validate your ticket on the bus each time you board.
Use Google Maps to help navigate public bus routes/schedules.
Buses are not always on time, patience is recommended.
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