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Take the Train to the Modernist Milton Keynes
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posted March 19, 2021
Take the Train to the Modernist Milton Keynes
1. Introduction to Milton KeynesMilton Keynes is a small town west of London. It was one of the new towns built by the British government to relieve the congestion in London in the 1960s. Unlike most Victorian towns in England, the modernist design layer of Milton Keynes has repeatedly appeared on the covers of major British architecture magazines, and the landmark Xscape shopping mall has the largest indoor ski resort in the UK.Milton Keynes is located between London and Birmingham. It is the economic center of the UK and a successful model of the country's new town construction. The town is surrounded by forests, dotted with artificial lakes, and the scenery is very beautiful. It used to be a small village that was unknown. Then the new city construction divided the town into many square blocks. Most of them are residential areas. They are planned and designed in detail by different architects. Almost no two residential areas have the same planning mode and residential style.2. Go to Trainpal's Official Website to Buy Train Tickets to Milton KeynesThis city is so beautiful, do you want to feel "her" grace? Tickets for Milton Keynes are now available on Trainpal's website for as little as £60.
posted March 19, 2021
Take Trains to Manchester from London
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posted March 19, 2021
Take Trains to Manchester from London
1. Brief introduction to famous attractions in ManchesterManchester was established in 1974. The total population of the city is the second largest in Britain. Manchester is famous for its numerous warehouses, so it's also called the city of warehouses. As the capital of business and culture, Manchester is a famous center of art, media, and higher education. Like Liverpool, Manchester experienced the Renaissance. There are various buildings of museum, excellent theaters, indoor skis, all kinds of business streets, St Annes Square, Royal Exchange, and Bolton Arcade.1) CastlefieldIt's called The Park of Urban Heritage. You can explore Manchester from here, and walk along the canal and between the repaired Victorian-style buildings. Please explore Bridgewater Canal, and many of the old warehouses here are transformed to be offices, shops, hotels, and restaurants.2) Manchester CathedralIt's located on the Irwell River. One of these churches is the chapel of the Manchester Legion. Another place of worship is St. Mary's Catholic Church, which was built in 1974 and called the Hidden Gem, and you could find many delicate Victorian sculptures here. 3) Chetham LibraryIt's situated in the north of Manchester Cathedral. It was initially the accommodation for priests, but now it is a musical school and the oldest public library named Chetham Library. It has been in use since 1653, and there have been more than 100 thousand books. Then, Chetham Library is also a famous meeting place, and Karl Marx and Marx visited here.2. It's convenient to buy tickets on TrainpalIt only takes you 2 hours and 5 minutes from London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly. Please buy train tickets on Trainpal, and we can help you save 95.25% from the original British railway's price. Now, we also provide e-tickets. You don't need to queue up for train tickets so you can save time.
posted March 19, 2021
Take the Train to the Beautiful Blackpool
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posted March 16, 2021
Take the Train to the Beautiful Blackpool
Located in the northwest of England, Blackpool is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK and is known as "British Las Vegas". It is only an hour's drive from Manchester City and Lanka. Located in the northwest of England, Blackpool is one of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK and is known as "British Las Vegas". It is only an hour's drive from Manchester City and Lanka. Ride a roller coaster to the seashore, board Blackpool Tower to overlook the seaside scenery, have an intimate encounter with giraffes, or feel the sea waves of Blackpool, the dream and mystery brought by the change of light and shadow.1) Blackpool Pleasure BeachThere is an amusement facility called "The Pepsi Max Big One" in the Blackpool Pleasure Beach Playground-it is said that this is the largest and longest roller coaster in Europe. Its total length is 675 meters, and its speed will increase from 1 kilometer per hour to 140 kilometers. It is currently the world's first suspended cycling roller coaster that can experience 4.5G acceleration of gravity.2) Blackpool TowerThe Blackpool Tower is a well-known landmark in Blackpool. It is 150 meters high and was built in 1894. Before reaching the top of the tower, you will see a brand-new Blackpool promotional video. It has a 4D cinema effect, allowing you to experience the incredible beauty of Blackpool. Then, the elevator will take you to the top of the tower. When the door is opened, you are like walking in the air, and the entire Blackpool can be seen in your eyes.3) Blackpool Football ClubLike many English teams, Blackpool also has a nickname. Since Blackpool is a city facing the Irish Sea to the west, the apt term "Seaman" has become the nickname of the Blackpool team.2. The Railway Station in BlackpoolThere are three train stations in Blackpool, so it is very convenient to get to Blackpool.1) Blackpool Pleasure Beach StationAddress: Blackpool Pleasure Beach Station, Blackpool FY42) Blackpool South Station3) Address: Blackpool South station, Waterloo Road, Blackpool FY4 2FA4) Blackpool North StationAddress: Blackpool North station, Talbot Road, Blackpool FY1 2ABYou can buy cheap train tickets on Trainpal's official website and take the train to Blackpool to enjoy the comfort that this coastal city brings you!
posted March 16, 2021