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Travel in china (Ordos)
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Railway or Train
When in London, "the Tube" is a great means of getting around!
The high-speed train service
linking London, Ashford, Paris, Brussels, Lille, Avignon, Calais, Disneyland Resort Paris and the French Alps.
Most London buses have a
who will come round and collect fares.
There are 470 airports in England.
Choose your seat
Would you like a window or an aisle seat ?
Compare information from different airlines.
You'll see flight times, prices, seat choices.
If you fail to purchase your ticket within the specified time frame, the seat reservations will be canceled.
successfully confirm your online reservation
paid by credit card or debit card
- American Express
Do you want a single or a return?
Planning and research flight
Choose a travel destination you would like to visit in the future
Reserve tickets on a booking at least 24 hours before your departure
How to make changes a ticket ?
If you would like to change the flight route the date of the flight or the class of service
Contact Airline as soon as possible
May be required to pay an additional fee for any ticket changes
First Class seat :
the most luxurious class.
On the train
At railway station
Docklands Light Railway (DLP)
Underground Train or Tube
It is easy for anyone to use London's trams.
All access to trams is step-free.
There is no need to use ramps or any other special features to board. You simply turn up and go.
It has three airports, which are all located outside the city area.
Find out whether tickets are refundable, transferable or changeable (and at what cost)before you buy.
London is the hub of the United Kingdom's rail network
London now has seven major stations providing long distance and local services.
A guard :
The person who will checks and stump your ticket for you.
Came to London in Victorian times
The first important station was Euston, which opened in 1837.
London's Underground system is divided up into several Zones in concentric circles from Zone 1 (central London) all the way out to Zone 6 (outer suburbs). Most tourist places are in Zones 1 and 2.