Let's Get Back On Track
inposted November 24, 2021
Let's Get Back On Track
New research from the rail industry and University College London (UCL) neuroscientists reveals that travelling by train offers psychological benefits for both wellbeing and brain function.People who use their commute to prepare for the day and mentally disengage from work on the way home can experience less stress, anxiety and improved productivity. Improved mental health (48%), work/life balance (46%), productivity (46%), motivation (47%) and fitness levels (51%) are some of the positive effects people are expecting to experience as they head back to their workplace.To support the rail industry & our official partner -National Rail, we'd like to encourage work from home audiences back on to the train. #LetsGetBackOnTrack
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Buy Train Tickets to York and best things to do in York
inposted June 28, 2021
Buy Train Tickets to York and best things to do in York
York is located in the northeast of England, the capital of North Yorkshire, and has the status of a municipality. Because the Roman Empire and the Vikings have a deep historical relationship, York obtained rich historical resources from it, and these resources also greatly promoted the town’s tourism industry. In addition to attracting tourists with rich cultural scenery, York today also has delicious and fragrant chocolates-all thanks to the long history and sophisticated chocolate factories in the town. If you are visiting York for the first time, You can check the following to see what's fun.1.     York MinisterYork Minster is currently the largest medieval Gothic church in Europe. The church began construction in 1220 and was completed 250 years later. The exterior of the church is very majestic and majestic. The cathedral regularly hosts choir performances, sitting in the chapel and listening, just like heaven.2.     Yorkshire MuseumOne of the most famous museums in the UK. The collection displays various precious jewels and cultural relics from the ancient Roman, Saxon, and Viking eras. The garden in front of the museum-the museum garden, is very British Victorian style, and in the garden you can see the ruins of the dilapidated St. Mary's Abbey. In front of the site, there are many piles of leftover rubble. You can stand up and take pictures, but the surface of the stones is very smooth. Please pay attention to your safety.3.     Clifford’s TowerClifford Tower is one of the remaining relics of York Castle. It is located on a small hill in the south of the city. It can be climbed to the top of the tower along the spiral staircase in the tower and has a panoramic view of York City.4.     National Railway MuseumBritain is the birthplace of railways, and its unique "train" culture has always been one of the cultural elements that tourists from other countries compete to taste and explore.Finally, if you come to York by train, you can go to York Railway Station. York Railway Station is very small and exquisite, and the architectural style is quite a bit of "Harry Potter". There are frequent trains in the railway station, and it is about two hours from London. Generally speaking, it is recommended that you take a train to go there. After the train station is the famous York City Wall, you can take a bus to the Outlet opposite the train station.
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Buy Train Tickets and Enjoy the Comfortable Life in Luton
inposted June 15, 2021
Buy Train Tickets and Enjoy the Comfortable Life in Luton
Buy Train Tickets and Enjoy the Comfortable Life in Luton1. Introduction to Luton's AttractionsLuton is located in historic Bedfordshire. Its origin can be traced back to the Paleolithic age. It is believed to have been established by the Anglo-Saxons in the 6th century and is named for its condition on the Leah River.In the 21st century, the development of this town is, coupled with the town's superior geographical location, the British government has invested a total of 150 million pounds incorporate parks, commerce, and transportation. The excellent location creates a commuting town extending in all directions.1) Wardown ParkThe park has various sports facilities and it is home to the Luton Museum and Art Gallery. The park is full of trees, and large gardens can be seen everywhere. There are also Craft Museum, Stockwood Park Rugby Club, and extensive golf facilities.2) Luton Museum and Art GalleryIn Luton, a variety of leisure activities will definitely make you overwhelmed. For a hearty sport, there are many venues such as football, cricket, golf, rugby, and so on. To learn about the traditional crafts and industries of Luton and Bedfordshire, especially the making of lace and hats, you can visit the Luton Museum and Art Gallery.2. How to travel from Luton to LondonFrom Luton Airport Parkway Station to London St Pancras International Station takes a one-way 25 minutes (high speed) or 40 minutes (ordinary), there are trains every 10 to 20 minutes. The price of a Luton train ticket is approximately £14 per person. You can go to Trainpal's official website to buy and enjoy discounts!Book cheap train & bus tickets at TrainPal.
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