My Top Reasons For Taking A Train When I Travel

Travelling by train everywhere I go is something that I love to do. I never take a bus anywhere and I actually very rarely use my car these days. I have even travelled over to Europe by train and I would take a train on every holiday if I had the chance but my husband is not really into this idea. Below are just a few of my main reasons for preferring to take the train when I travel.

– I always take the train to work rather than my car because to be honest with you I find it a much more relaxing way to travel. There is no need for me to look for a parking space when I get to work and I do not have raised blood pressure because I have been sitting for an hour in a traffic jam. I have no worries while travelling on the train and I can just sit back and relax while I travel.

– The fact that it is possible for me to get on a train at my local train station and then get to many parts of the world really amazes me. I live in Cornwall and if I got on a train here, I could get all the way to Singapore by rail although I would obviously have a few changes to make.

– Many trains do tend to get a bit busy when it is rush hour but otherwise there is a lot of room on a train so you do get to relax when travelling and to stretch your legs.

– I also love the fact that if I want to work on the train I have no problem getting plenty done. I always have my laptop with me and I can just put it on the table in front of me and get to work.

– Sitting back with a coffee on a train is something that gives me immense pleasure. There is just something so pleasant about drinking a coffee as the scenery whizzes by your window.

If the north west of Britain is your final destination on a train journey, one of the major things to consider will have to be advance train tickets. Being aware of the trains to Manchester is really important when traveling to your desired destination on time. It really makes no difference if it is trains to Glasgow or elsewhere for that matter, knowing the times is crucial.