Getting Here

Worcestershire is located in the heart of England, approx 2 hours drive from London and 30 minutes from Birmingham International Airport. There are excellent road links to the M5, M6, M40, M42 and M50. (Look for the brown and white signs which indicate nearby Tourist Attractions.)


You can arrange to rent a car as part of a fly-drive pakage, or rent a car on arrival in Britain. Car rental companies operate from most airport terminals or you can rent a car at major rail stations, through a British Rail scheme, which arranges for a car to be waiting for you at your end destination station. Standard rental, usually payable in advance, includes unlimited mileage and insurance. If you require automatic transmission, please ask when you book. Also check any age restrictions (generally 21 – 75 years).


Worcestershire is well served with railway stations.There are good main line services to/from London, Birmingham, the North and the South Coast of England.Regional railways provide frequent, fast and comfortable local services, enabling you to travel easily within the region.Day Ranger and 7 Day Rover tickets are available. For further information call National Rail Enquiries: 0345 484950


Daily scheduled services to most towns and cities in the area. They also operate services to and from Heathrow, Gatwick and other airports. Enquiries: 0990 808080

Detailed times of all LOCAL bus services in Worcestershire are available from Tourist Information Centres in the county. Alternatively, when you are in the area, you could call the county the County Bus Line Information on: 0345 125436