Worcestershire, United Kingdom
Areas in Worcestershire
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PlanesBirmingham International is the nearest airport to Worcester (40 minutes away) and has connections from Aberdeen | Belfast | Edinburgh and Glasgow with BMI Baby (www.bmibaby.com); Manchester and London Heathrow are each around two hours away.
TrainsThere’s a regular main line service linking Worcestershire with London Paddington, Birmingham New Street and Moor Street and other parts of the UK. For full services, see www.nationalrail.co.uk.
AutomobilesAccess the county via the M6 | M40 or M5 (around two and a half hours from London; two hours from Manchester). National Express (www.nationalexpress.com) operates coaches from Birmingham | London | Swansea and Leeds to Worcester.
TaxisIn Worcester and the county’s bigger towns (such as Kidderminster and Stourport) you can hail cabs in the street, and most rail stations have ranks. Village-based cab-hunters will do best to book.