Transport By bus By underground On foot By ship By helicopter By train By taxi By car
You can reach England either by plane, by train, by car or by ship. The fastest way is by plane.
London has 4 international airports: Heathrow, the largest, connected to the city; by underground Gatwick, south of London, with a frequent train service; Luton, the smallest, used for charter flights. Stansted.
Map of the Channel Tunnel England to France – Channel Tunnel If you go to England by train or by car you have to cross the Channel. There is a frequent service of steamers and ferryboats which connect the continent to the south- east of England. Opening of the Channel Tunnel by Queen Elizabeth II and French President François Mitterrand.
Do you know that people in Britain drive on the left and generally overtake on the right. The speed limit is 30 miles per hour (50 km/h) in towns and cities and 70 m. p. h. (110 km/h) on motorways.
The first London bus started running between Paddington and the city in 1829.It carried 40 passengers and cost a shilling for six kms.
If you are waitinig at bus stop with the sign "Request Stop",it means that the bus will only stop if you stick your arm out to signal the driver.You should tell the driver your destination (stop).