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Take A Direct Train from London to Plymouth to Feel the Romance of the Seaside Town
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posted March 9, 2021
Take A Direct Train from London to Plymouth to Feel the Romance of the Seaside Town
1. Must-visit Attractions in PlymouthPlymouth, a small coastal city, is inexplicably pleasant with its fresh air. Especially after living in a noisy city for a long time, the tranquility here is really healing. Looking at the sea, facing the sea breeze, as if all troubles have been blown away...Like most British coastal cities, Plymouth is not a big city. It is located on the southwest coast of England in a low-key way. However, it is a good place for eating, drinking, and playing.1) Hoe ParkAlong the long coastline, accompanied by blue sky, white clouds, and oncoming sea breeze, you can enjoy every frame of picturesque scenery in front of you. In the summer, you can swim in the open-air swimming pool Tinside Lido. It is definitely an unforgettable experience! Go west and you will reach West Hoe Park. Its main feature is the entertainment facilities. The spacious playground here is especially suitable for a family to relax.2) Smeaton's TowerThere is a strong contrast between red and white. Coupled with the blue sky and sea as the strongest background, the filming rate is very high. The lighthouse is in Highland Park, so you don't have to bother to check the distance. The lighthouse is open to the public for a period of time every year, and you can have the opportunity to climb to the highest point and have a panoramic view of Plymouth.3) National Marine AquariumAs the "British Ocean City", Plymouth Aquarium is the largest aquarium in the UK. There are not only more than 4000 species of marine life but also one after another amazing activities. For example, spending the night with a shark sounds like an exciting but inexplicable activity. In addition, there is aquarium yoga, and so on. There are many surprises waiting for you to explore the mysterious ocean world.2. From London to PlymouthThere is a direct train to Plymouth from London Paddington Railway Station. You can take the train to Plymouth in about 3 hours. The train station is not very far from the city center. If you don't have a lot of luggage, you can just walk and go shopping! Passengers who occasionally want to come for a healing and sublimation tour can quickly book cheap train tickets on Trainpal's official website!
posted March 9, 2021
Purchase a Train Ticket to Oxford to Appreciate the Charm of Oxford
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posted March 9, 2021
Purchase a Train Ticket to Oxford to Appreciate the Charm of Oxford
1. Attractions in OxfordOxford is one of the most popular tourist cities in Britain. In Oxford, there are institutions of higher education coveted by many excellent students around the world. At the same time, Oxford is the hometown of the fairy tale called Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.1) Oxford UniversityAs a historic global-famous university, Oxford University attracts many visitors. Even if you are unable to become an alumnus of those celebrities, it's beneficial for you to feel the atmosphere of learning there. 2) Christ Church CollegeIn the film Harry Potter the auditorium of the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. It's the largest college at Oxford University. Sixteen Prime Ministers of the U.K. graduated here within recent 200 years, so it became the college with the most expensive tickets.3) Radcliffe CameraRadcliffe Camera, constructed in 1749, is the most typical landmark building in Oxford City. It's a famous British tourist attraction, and the unique elliptic dome makes it become one of the most famous landmarks of Oxford. It's also the most authoritative library in Oxford, and it collects a copy of all books published by Oxford University.2. It's very convenient to go to Oxford from LondonIt takes around one hour to go to Oxford from London Paddington Station by train, which is convenient. You just need to spend two minutes booking a train ticket to Oxford on Trainpal if you want to visit this beautiful old city!
posted March 9, 2021
Three Attractions in Belgium Where You Can Arrive by Train
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posted March 9, 2021
Three Attractions in Belgium Where You Can Arrive by Train
1. Attractions in Belgium where you can arrive by trainIf you are going to visit Europe, please take a train to Belgium. You can walk between two stations, take trains, and then go to the next destination by train. 1) Sambre valleyYou can enjoy the beautiful scenery in the areas of Thudinie and Sambre here. From Thuin, you can first explore the scenes in this city along the way, and you can walk to the bell tower overlooking the whole city. You can see the scenery in the valley from the mountain top, and then, you can go back through Sambre and go to Bois de la Frégène. You will get the chance to appreciate the panoramic views of the city and valley along the way. Go to Fantôme station in Ourpes along the railway, and soon you will see the ruins of Aulne monastery and several nearby cafes and restaurants. After leaving the monastery, continue to walk to Sambre, cross the spillways and drawbridges, then turn right. Finally, follow the towpath in the fields to Landelies, the end of the walk.2) Hot spring and Castle FranchimotAfter arriving at Spa station, leave the factory of Spa Monopole behind and go into the city. Past the royal villa of Queen Marie-Henriette, and cross the Park Parc de 7 heures. This way leads straight to Castle Franchimot, the former stronghold of the Principality of Liege. This castle stands on a rocky promontory where you can overlook the valley Hoëgne. Go around this area and go on through the woods and meadows, you can go to Theux. After that, you can walk along with the Square Perron, and go back to the station.3) From Paliseul to Carlsbourg, this is one of the most beautiful villages in WalloniaThis time we can start at Carlsbourg station. Once you are out of the station, you will see large areas of fir forest, beautiful lawns, and several ponds: Here is the South Nature Park, which is located in Ardenne, between Lese and Semois, and the villages nearby stretch on and on. You can first cross Naomé, pass Pond Douaire, and then arrive at Croix des Fées. Then, you will arrive at the Our Village situated on a bend in one branch of River Lesse, and this village gets its name from the river. Because of the stone houses and churches on the top of the hills, it becomes one of the most beautiful villages in Wallonia. 2. It's reliable to buy tickets on TrainpalIf you like traveling by train, please buy tickets on Trainpal. We collaborate with over 1,000 reliable transport partners in Europe, including Virgin Train, Trenitalia, NTV Italo, LNER, GWR, DB, Renfe.
posted March 9, 2021