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
No need to get stuck in traffic to enjoy the long sandy beaches or chalk-white cliffs, the open-top buses or the picturesque paths.
Explore England’s largest lake by train, foot, bike, bus and boat. Enjoy iconic design, a brand new museum, peaceful walks and lakeside sunset.
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.
Discover codebreakers at Bletchley Park, pilgrimages with John Bunyan, pastries with sweet and savoury ends, and a lovely tea room in a Victorian station house.
Peterborough’s cathedral is 900 years old in 2018. Celebrate by visiting the city for a stroll through history. Ride a steam train by the River Nene or take a boat trip on the lake.
Discover historic tunnels, tidal boat trips, hidden gourmet restaurants, the village where Dylan Thomas wrote Under Milk Wood or the world's biggest greenhouse.
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.
Welcoming to walkers and cyclists, blessed with some beautiful bus routes, Hebden Bridge is an ideal car-free destination.
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.
Waddesdon Manor, a Victorian chateau hung with 18th-century art, is just outside Aylesbury. The town has galleries celebrating Roald Dahl’s stories, a monument to David Bowie, and lots of woodland walks.
Look out for the Good Journey Mark – where car-free visitors are welcome and enjoy a discount