new places to discovercar-free
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new places to discover car-free
free e-book of Scenic Rail & Bus Journeys
win a bottle of prosecco or a £10 rail voucher
Explore a cutting-edge art gallery, ride the UK’s steepest cliff railway… The seaside town of Hastings is just 80 minutes from London (with advance tickets from £5).
Discover historic tunnels, tidal boat trips, hidden gourmet restaurants, the village where Dylan Thomas wrote Under Milk Wood or the world's biggest greenhouse.
The countryside around Cornwall’s historic heart is stuffed with beautiful destinations from the stately home at Lanhydrock to the Camel Valley vineyard.
East Anglia’s ancient capital has a ruined priory and film locations for Dad’s Army. Explore Thetford Forest and wild Knettishall Heath, with its Exmoor ponies.
St Laurence is one of just four remaining medieval churches in Birmingham.
Car-free offer: free entry
Find lidos all over the UK that are easy to reach without a car. Combine a trip to the pool with a country walk or sightseeing around a the nearby towns and cities.
An epic choice of forest trails, walking, cycling and outdoor adventure for everyone
Car-free offer: free entry (parking charge for cars)
Stunning views and walks await at this mountain forest in the Lake District
From stately mansions to saltmarshes, this impressive town makes a great base for exploring the wild Norfolk heath and coast without a car.
One of the finest gardens in the East of England, with an eclectic mix of styles from traditional to modern.
Car-free offer: around 30% off entry with train/bus ticket
As the days get longer and the sun feels warmer, we all want to head for the sea. But why get there in an overheated car?
Fort William is famous for energetic adventures, but you don’t have to climb Ben Nevis for great views. Enjoy Highland scenery by train, bus or boat.
Britain’s oldest recorded Roman town is now one of its fastest-growing towns. Explore centuries of history and catch the bus to bluebell woods or beach huts.
A woodland adventure in the heart of the Forest of Dean - with sculpture trail, walking and tree climbing
Nottingham is a great place to explore by bus, tram or on foot: caves and pubs, museums and galleries, flowering parks and pretty shopping streets.
Elizabeth I’s childhood home, intricate gardens, miles of parkland, shops and cafes – all two minutes from the railway station ... and more beyond.
Look out for the Good Journey Mark – where car-free visitors are welcome and enjoy a discount