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Getting Here

Worcestershire is easily accessible from every major city with fantastic transport links to the south and north of the UK.

Travel by Train

Worcestershire is served well by rail and there are railway stations across the county.

The following stations are within Worcestershire and offer access to our city, towns and villages.

Worcester Foregate Street, Worcester Shrub Hill, Worcestershire Parkway, Bromsgrove, Kidderminster, Great Malvern, Malvern Link, Pershore, Evesham, Redditch, Droitwich, Blakedown, Hartlebury, Wythall, Barnt Green, Alvechurch, Honeybourne.

Our partners Great Western Railway (GWR) offer fast, reliable services from London, Bristol, Oxford, Reading and the South West. Book in advance for the best priced fares - Trains to Worcestershire (GWR)

West Midlands Railway also offer services from Birmingham, Solihull, Stratford-Upon-Avon and Stourbridge - Trains to Worcestershire - West Midlands Railway

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By Air

Our closest airport is Birmingham Airport which is just a 34-mile journey to the centre of Worcestershire.

You can find out more about Birmingham airport by visiting its website.

Getting between the airport and Worcester

There is a train every 5 to 15 minutes from Birmingham International (BHI) station to Birmingham New Street (BHM). The service is run by CrossCountry, with the first train of the day departing at 00:04 and the last train, 23:16.

Change at Birmingham New Street onto the West Midlands Trains service to Hereford, which stops at Bromsgrove, Droitwich Spa, Worcester Foregate Street, Malvern Link and Great Malvern. Onward journeys to stations in other towns across the county can be made by changing at one of these stations - check the National Rail website for more information.

The times and frequency of all train services are subject to change by the operator, so always check before you travel.

If you would prefer to travel by taxi between Worcestershire and Birmingham Airport, the following companies provide airport transfer services:

Please note that airport transfer taxi companies often require bookings to be made in advance. Details of how to do this can be found on their websites linked above.

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By Car

Our road network in the county is well connected, with the M5 running across the county providing great links to the North and the South of England, and into Wales.

The M40 and the M50 also enters into Worcestershire.

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