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
One of Britain's icon castles and the second largest inhabited castle in England, also famous from Harry Potter films...
Car-free offer: 20% off with a bus or train ticket*
Explore the rock houses under Kinver Edge or take a trip to Dudley Zoo to meet the meerkats by bus, train, foot or even boat.
A cruise on the Ouse or a bus trip into the Howardian Hills, a walk on the city walls or a ride on a steam train: Roman York has lots of car-free experiences to enjoy.
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.
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.
Buses set off not far from the red sandstone castle, now a picturesque ruin opposite the railway station: Penrith is a hub for car-free visitors to the area.
Britain’s most besieged city has a suitably spectacular castle, just a short walk from the station. But venture a little further and find some beautiful countryside that’s easy to reach.
Maritime heritage, medieval colleges and miles of sandy beach make Aberdeen a great car-free hub. Hop on a train to explore spectacular Dunnottar castle.
Robert Burns, the 18th-century Scottish poet, was born in a thatched whitewashed cottage; regular buses run to his birthplace and on past beaches and ruined castles.
A steamy ride on the Welshpool & Llanfair light railway, a stroll up to medieval Powis Castle, or an epic journey to the coast.
Maritime Harwich is full of beach huts and lighthouses and the railway journey there, along the beautiful Stour estuary, is an adventure in itself.
Tall ships, towering monuments, hands-on science, world class art… Glasgow is perfect for walkers and cyclists, poets and painters - no need for a car.
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.
Look out for the Good Journey Mark – where car-free visitors are welcome and enjoy a discount