Buses and Coaches
Buses and coaches are often the cheapest way to travel within or between cities, with a frequent schedule between the major urban centres. Coaches run by companies such as the National Express are recommended for travel between cities as they are cheaper than trains, and once you become familiar with the routes they are often easier as well.
Timetables and ticket prices are easy to find online, along with discount cards such as the Young Person Coach Card or the BritXplorer Card. To find out more, check out the National Express website.
National Express: www.nationalexpress.com
The card costs £26 a year;
For more information on applying with this websit www.16-25railcard.co.uk
The following are airline websites which you might want to check out:
The quickest and often the most convenient way to travel around London is using the Tube, or the London Underground. Trains run a frequent timetable, and cover most of London. If you attend an institution in London, you would be well advised to buy yourself a Student Oyster Card, which will give you discounted prices at any time. However if you’re in London for a short period of time, spend some time trying to find other forms of discount, for example one day travel cards.
Please click on this website for more details: www.tfl.gov.uk