Once you’ve chosen a holiday, you have to decide how to get there. You may be travelling far afield and be restricted time-wise, in which case flying is the only option, but if you are holidaying in France, northern Spain or Switzerland and/or have a few extra days to spare, the choice is yours...
Fly – take advantage of the wide range of routes to fly from an airport close to home.
Drive – take your car across the Channel, perhaps turning the journey into something of a road trip.
Take the train – more relaxing and scenic than flying, faster than driving – travelling by rail is an increasingly popular choice. If you’re yet to be convinced of the joys of rail travel, or would like to find out more about taking the train and which holidays can be reached by rail, read our travelling by rail pages.