"Exeter is an exceptionally..." Bristol Transportation Tip by Geoff_Wright

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<font color=green size=+1>Exeter is an exceptionally easy city to reach from most parts of the country. It has two main line railway stations, both with direct links from and to London. Trains also arrive here from the North of England, via Bristol, and proceed further west to Plymouth and to Penzance in Cornwall. There is a very good airport just outside the city, with links to the city by bus or taxi. The M5 motorway passes to the east of the city, and there is a very good major road (A30/A303) which connects more directly with london, most of which is dual carriageway.</font>
<font color=green size=+1>There is an excellent network of 'hopper' buses throughout Exeter and the surrounding area, as well as a central bus and coach station for journies outside of the city, such as Plymouth and Torquay.</font>

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<center><font face=algerian color=royalblue size=+2>T</font><font color=blue size=+1>ake a full tour of this page. </font><font face=algerian color=blue size=+2>D</font><font color=blue size=+1>on't forget to look at the Travelogues too.</font></center>
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  • Written Aug 25, 2002
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