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Getting Rail to/From London

London is a must-see a couple times a year offering a bustling hub of cosmopolitan cool. However, sometimes it can be easy to spend your time checking out the latest art exhibition, visit a restaurant that’s been getting a lot of press attention, go see a gig or do something site specific – that you forget to swing by some of London’s best attractions! One of the best ways to quickly and cheaply access the city is via rail.

The Tube

The London Ground is mostly called The Tube is the first subterranean railway system in the world. The Tube runs through and operates services through most of the main parts of London. It even extends as far as some of the neighboring counties of London, such Essex, Hertfordshire and Buckingham shire. Using the London Underground is the speediest and easiest way to navigate around London once you know what you are doing helping you avoid traffic and strains of traveling on London roads.There are 11 underground lines in the underground network, which are the Baker loo Line, the Central Line, the Circle Line, the District Line, the Hammersmith and City line, the Jubilee line, the Metropolitan line, the Northern Line, the Piccadilly line, the Victoria line and the Waterloo and City line

London’s Rail Network

London also has a dense network of trains connecting you to the city. A good way to guarantee a discount is too book in advance. Always a good way to save some pennies – but the National Express offer a particularly desirable discount. Releasing a set number of advance purchase tickets per journey – be sure to snaffle your discount in good time.Be sure to investigate the exact route you’ll be taking. Most locations offer direct transport to London but a few might require a changeover or two. Find out just how many changes you might be making and ensure you’re not lingering around between stops for too long.

Oyster Card

The cheapest way to use the London Transport system is to buy a one day Oyster card. You can buy an Oyster card for £10 and for each journey you travel the amount is deducted from your card.  The Oyster card is a weekly season ticket that allows you to travel across all the underground train lines and buses.

Where to stay

Pick somewhere central. Ideally a stone’s throw from a London underground stop. The Montcalm Brewery offers central idyllic accommodation allowing you the opportunity to do this. The hotel features a number of exceptional guest facilities making your stay even more pleasing and comfortable. This 5 star hotel has luxuriously decorated 282 rooms for the accommodation of the guests visiting London. Furnished air conditioned club double room, Montcalm double room, deluxe double room, deluxe suite rooms are set in a luxurious decor present.

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