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new places to discovercar-free
free e-book of Scenic Rail& Bus Journeys
win a bottle of proseccoor a £10 rail voucher
new places to discover car-free
free e-book of Scenic Rail & Bus Journeys
win a bottle of prosecco or a £10 rail voucher
Two scenic market towns beside the pretty River Lea: stroll along the water or take a bus to the Henry Moore gardens at Perry Green.
Nottinghamshire is a great place to explore car-free. Visit the castle on foot, the arboretum by tram, Newark by train or Melton Mowbray by bus.
This pretty market town, where Thomas Gainsborough was born, is on a charming branch line; it passes the East Anglian Railway Museum and a monumental viaduct.
Historic house and gardens set in spectacular landscaped parkland on the edge of the Cotswolds.
Car-free offer: 30% off when you arrive by train, bus or bike - using online discount code**
Medieval villages, royal palaces, woods, hills and harbours, seaside walks past ruined castles… there are so many treasures to discover in coastal Fife.
A magnificent historic house, near York, with ornate interiors and artworks, set in 100 acres of parkland and landscaped gardens
Car-free offer: 20% off entry when you show bus ticket*
Visit places where they filmed The Crown - rewarding journeys (even if you’re not a fan) with some discounts for car-free travellers!
From York to the Yorkshire coast across miles of purple heather. No wonder the Coastliner was recently voted Britain’s most scenic bus ride.
Travel by bus, boat, train and foot to discover the UK's creepiest corners...
Time-travel through historic Stirling and Falkirk, from a medieval castle to an 18th-century chateau, from a traditional whisky distillery to a 1960s university.
Walk to some great art galleries or ride the Supertram for panoramic views. Take a bus to Chatsworth or a scenic train ride – all aboard!
They herald the end of winter, forming beautiful carpets in woods and gardens. Here are ten different places where seeing snowdrops doesn’t need to involve a car.
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.
Historic house, dating back over 600 years, set in Kent's last medieval deer park.
Car-free offer: 20% off in Knole’s gift shop and bookshop when you show your bus or train ticket at the till
Yorkshire’s self-styled "food capital", has some idyllic trips to offer: take a bus into the wooded wolds for a picnic or a boat round Castle Howard’s Great Lake from a vine-fringed tearoom veranda.
Avoid the traffic and stroll through Oxford’s streets on foot; find flowering meadows, stride out along the Thames or ride a bus to Blenheim Palace.
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Look out for the Good Journey Mark – where car-free visitors are welcome and enjoy a discount