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1. Posted by akuma (Budding Member 17 posts) 11y

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Hello!

I am gonna travel to the UK, and I have planned to visit the South of England -travelling from London to several towns by bus and train.

Does any one know where I can find information about train and bus lines?
That would be quite useful to get started n___n

Thank you in advance!

2. Posted by stevieh (Respected Member 611 posts) 11y

Hi Akuma,
Why just the south of England?

3. Posted by jackboy (Inactive 350 posts) 11y

Hi
Yes,theirs lots to see in the South of England and by train from Londons Waterloo train station by www.swtrains.co.uk you can visit Portsmouth and many many other places of interest by fast train.
Travel after 0915 and its very cheap.
By bus from Londons Victoria Bus Station by www.nationalexpress.com you can also pick from many towns to go and explore and theirs always plenty of bargain offers.
Have a great sitesee holiday.
al de bes

4. Posted by akuma (Budding Member 17 posts) 11y

Quoting jackboy

Hi
Yes,theirs lots to see in the South of England and by train from Londons Waterloo train station by www.swtrains.co.uk you can visit Portsmouth and many many other places of interest by fast train.
Travel after 0915 and its very cheap.
By bus from Londons Victoria Bus Station by www.nationalexpress.com you can also pick from many towns to go and explore and theirs always plenty of bargain offers.
Have a great sitesee holiday.
al de bes

Mainly because we have very few days and we would like to visit several towns.
We would like to visit the North of England and also Scotland in our next trip to the UK, so we can visit it all calmly -which is the way we like to travel :)

5. Posted by akuma (Budding Member 17 posts) 11y

Quoted the wrong post u___u
I wanted to reply to stevieh's post.

Thank you very much jackboy for the information!! :)

6. Posted by nickla (Respected Member 223 posts) 11y

try nationalrail.co.uk and the trainline.com for up to date timetbales and info.

Nicola

7. Posted by goldfish84 (Budding Member 3 posts) 11y

www.tfl.gov.uk might also help you with planning your underground movements around London.