Whether you are looking for a sightseeing day out in London or a relaxing day at the beach, you can be sure of the best deal by train with Greater Anglia.
Westfield Stratford City is a shopper's heaven: Europe's largest urban retail area is packed with famous-name shops, places to eat and more.
With Greater Anglia, there are so many great shopping opportunities in easy reach. From Westfield Stratford City to Spitalfields and Oxford Street.
Whether you're visiting for sightseeing, shopping, a night out, the theatre or one of 150 2FOR1s, the train is the easiest way to visit the city of London.
Famed for its blue flag beaches, great family attractions, world class culture, heritage, landscape and food, The Suffolk Coast is the perfect place to explore.
From ancient cobbled streets and two magnificent cathedrals to modern shopping malls and a lively cultural scene, Norwich has something for everyone.
Explore Holland to enjoy the cultural delights of one of Europe's most lively and cosmopolitan destinations, by travelling on the Dutchflyer Rail and Sail service.
World-famous for its university, Cambridge is a truly cosmopolitan city with a laid-back charm and plenty of hidden gems to be discovered.
Colchester's oldest recorded town features a range of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues and a well-preserved Norman castle.
Just 30 miles from London and packed with shops, restaurants and nightlife, Chelmsford is one of Britain's newest cities with much to offer.
One of the UK's favourite coastal retreats, Southend-on-Sea has a lot to offer holidaymakers or anyone looking for an action packed day out.
Whether you're looking for relaxation, excitement or a bit of both, Great Yarmouth is just the ticket. This fun-loving resort has everything you need for a great day out.
Featuring Clacton-on-Sea, Walton-on-the-Naze and Frinton-on-Sea, the Essex Coast is a popular destination for holidaymakers and day-trippers.
These two Norfolk seaside towns are immensely popular with day-trippers and holidaymakers alike.
Whether you're a history fan, a shopaholic or a culture enthusiast, exploring Bury St Edmunds will make your day.
The sheer beauty of the scenery will knock your socks off and there are plenty of things to do, from boating on the river to shopping for arts and crafts.
Mid-Suffolk's largest town offers a good choice of things to see and do, whether you're into riverside walks, local history, indie music or street markets.
Ipswich is one of England's oldest towns. From its fascinating maritime heritage to its cool riverside cafés, Suffolk's County Town is packed with pleasures.
Whether you love traditional amusements or more cosmopolitan pleasures, Felixstowe is a great place for a day out.
Lowestoft isn't just a fun-filled holiday resort, it's also a working fishing port with a long and rich maritime heritage to explore.
Once an island in the marshes, the city developed around the Cathedral, so most of the other major attractions fan out around it.
Home of the 1000-acre River Lee Country park, Broxbourne is the gateway to the northern part of the Lee Valley.
Whether you steer your own course or join an organised excursion, the area's seven rivers and 63 broads offer miles of calm, safe waterways for a scenic boat trip.