Getting to ReadingBy Air:
Getting to Reading by air couldn’t be easier. You can fly into any London airport and from there either get a direct train or a coach to Reading, or you can hire a car a drive to Reading via the M4 motorway. By Train:
You can reach Reading by train from many different areas in the UK. Services run from Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, London, Manchester, Oxford, Plymouth, Cornwall, Portsmouth, Southampton, Swansea and York. Making travelling to Reading by train really easy. A train to Reading departs several times an hour from London Paddington and takes around 30 minutes. You'll be able to find some great deals on return tickets throughout the year when you book in advance, with fares as low as £15. By Car:
Reading is served by the M4 motorway, with junction 11 the best junction to come off to go to the city centre. Reading is approximately an hour away from London, making it easily accessible to most locations across the UK. Be careful if you're coming during the Reading Festival, though (usually August bank holiday weekend). The city becomes incredibly congested and it can take hours just to get into the city.
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