UK train tickets with Trip.com

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14 Oct, 2021

Ready for an adventure?

Contents

1.Oxford
2.Edinburgh
3.Liverpool

With restrictions now lifted throughout the UK, travellers can now enjoy easier train travel when

booking train tickets on the Trip.com app.

Trip.com is an official partner of National Rail and when you book train tickets through our app, you

will not pay any booking fees on UK train travel.

Where do you want to go? Train tickets are now available to cities throughout the United Kingdom.

Here are just some of Trip.com's premier UK locations:

1.Oxford

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As students return to classes, book a day trip to Oxford. Here you can walk among the city's

medieval streets and enjoy sights of the world-renowned Oxford University. In the city of academia,

you'll feel smarter by lunchtime (maybe)…

Daily tours will walk you down the city's famous High Street and into the Bodleian Library. Afterward you can grab a drink at the Bear Inn, a pub which has served the city since 1242.

Maybe you're enjoying your Oxford visit so much that you want to stay overnight. Fortunately, the city has many options for accommodation. The Head of the River hotel will give you exactly the

waterfront views you're looking for as you wake up along the River Thames. In the morning, you can also go punting along the River Cherwell - a classic Oxford activity. Remember to use your student rail cards for discounts on the Trip.com app when booking train tickets.

2.Edinburgh

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Fancy an excursion to one of the UK's best-known heritage sites? Take the train to Edinburgh in

Scotland for a trip to this historic and hilly city.

Here in Scotland's capital, history buffs can study up on the some culture with visits to Edinburgh

Castle or the National Museum of Scotland, which features exhibitions from around the world.

Sticking on the cultural theme, art-lovers will also find a home in this beautiful city. The Scottish

National Gallery houses paintings by the likes of Rembrandt, Vermeer, and other old masters. The

museum is only a brief walk from the main train station - and best of all, it's free!

At night, you may want to taste the fun side of Scottish culture by sampling world-famous Scottish

whiskey on a tasting tour - there are numerous on offer here. For example, you can stop by the new Johnnie Walkers store at Princes Street if you visit - and the Yotel Edinburgh, popular with Trip.com users, is a short hop away from it all in Edinburgh's New Town.

3.Liverpool

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One of the most popular places to visit in the UK is Liverpool. Home to countless cultural and

historical figures, this port city and former industrial hub is an essential part of Northern English

culture.

Liverpool is most well-known for its musical history. In the 1960s, the city was the centre of the

'Merseybeat' sound, a combination of pop and rock 'n' roll which The Beatles helped to popularise all over the world. Incidentally, the appropriately named Hard Days Night Hotel Liverpool is located right in the heart of the city.

In addition to the city's musical culture, Liverpool also sports some of the UK's most impressive

architecture - the Liverpool Maritime Mercantile City is a former UNESCO World Heritage Site. You

can marvel at the early 20th-century Liver Building, Port of Liverpool Building, and Cunard Building - commonly known as 'The Three Graces.'

Enjoy easy train travel to any of these amazing cities with no booking fees and many more destinations with the Trip.com app, now available to download from the App Store and Google Play.

We are here for you. Reach out by phone, email, chat or manage your booking online. All for free!