Train in Yorkshire Dales National Park

Settle–Carlisle Line

The 72-mile Settle–Carlisle Line, built between 1869 and 1875, offers one of England's most scenic railway journeys. Modern diesel trains ply the route between Leeds and Carlisle via Settle about eight times per day…
Ferry in Dartmouth & the Dart Estuary

Greenway Ferry

Taking this pretty ferry from Dartmouth is by far the most atmospheric way to arrive at Agatha Christie's former home. It's worth booking online in advance, as summer ferries get busy.
Ferry in West London

Jason's Trip

Runs canal-boat trips (45 minutes one-way) between Little Venice and Camden Lock from late March to November. Book at least a day ahead online and pay on the boat (cash only).
Ferry in Plymouth

Mount Batten Ferry

A little yellow ferry shuttling from the Barbican across to the Mount Batten peninsula (10 minutes, half-hourly).
Heritage Railway in Southeast Dorset

Swanage Steam Railway

Vintage steam trains puff at least hourly between Swanage and Norden (25 minutes), stopping at Corfe Castle.
Ferry in Olhão

Ferries to Island Beaches

Ferries run out to the ilhas from the pier at the eastern end of Jardim Patrão Joaquim Lopes.
Bicycle Hire in Armadale

South Skye Cycles

Bicycle hire place 4 miles north of Armadale; can deliver bikes to the ferry pier or to Broadford.
Boat in Southern Canal Ring

Canal Bus

Offers a handy hop-on, hop-off service. Its 20 docks around the city are located near the big museums and landmarks. They also run harbour cruises and rent out pedalos. You may get a few euros off if you book online…
Bicycle Rental in York

Cycle Heaven

You can rent standard bikes and hybrids from Cycle Heaven at the train station. Longer rentals are available if you plan to tackle a route like Coast to Coast, costing about £100 for two weeks.
Cable Car in Guimarães

Teleférico de Penha

The finest way to the top of Penha is on the Teleférico da Penha, which starts from Parque das Hortas, 600m east of the old centre.