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.

At the gateway to the Olympic Park, Westfield Stratford City houses leading UK retailers such as John Lewis, Marks & Spencer and many more.

With Greater Anglia, there are so many great shopping opportunities in easy reach

Travel by train with Greater Anglia and get to the heart of London. Why not take advantage of our great 2FOR1 offers at OVER 150 top London attractions or go shopping in Oxford Street, Westfield Stratford shopping centre or any of London’s famous shopping locations.

An area of outstanding natural beauty 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 and build great memories.

Visit Norwich by train and discover a city steeped in history. The castle, cathedrals and medieval buildings make Norwich one of Britain’s finest cities!

Explore Holland today to enjoy the cultural delights of one of Europe's most lively and cosmopolitan destinations, by travelling on the Dutchflyer Rail and Sail service.

Visit Cambridge by train this spring and discover a city rich in culture. With its world-famous colleges, churches, museums or why not spend a day or short break exploring the shops and markets?

Colchester is Britain's oldest recorded town and with its modern shops, cafés and galleries, Colchester is becoming one of East Anglia's leading destinations.

Chelmsford, England’s newest city, and the first in Essex, has a rich and varied history, growing rapidly from a market town under the Romans.

Visit Southend-on-Sea by train. Seven miles of glorious seafront, the longest pier in the world, three prestigious Blue Flag beaches, and a feast of exciting festivals and events throughout the year make Southend a must-go destination.

Fifteen miles of golden sandy beaches make this historic seaside resort a great place to visit. The gateway to the Norfolk Broads provides an exciting mix of sea and stunning countryside.

Visit the Essex Coast by train and soak up the sunshine of Walton-on-the-Naze, Frinton-on-Sea and Clacton-on-Sea. 

The pretty seaside towns of Cromer and Sheringham are situated on the beautiful North Norfolk coast, just a few miles from one another.

Bury St Edmunds is the place for you if you’re a fan of history and culture. Chic independent shops, a historic cathedral and numerous great restaurants are just a few of the attractions found in Bury St Edmunds.

Manningtree station is the gateway to the Dedham Vale and the Stour Valley. Blessed with timeless beauty that's quintessentially English, this idyllic countryside was captured on canvas by the painters John Constable and Thomas Gainsborough.

The largest town in Mid-Suffolk, Stowmarket has much to offer visitors, including shopping, history and culture. It's also surrounded by beautiful countryside, with country parks, walking trails and picturesque villages.

Suffolk's county town of Ipswich was once a busy port dating back to Anglo-Saxon times. It has since reinvented itself with its stylish waterfront development and marina.

Visit Felixstowe by train and explore the wonderful coastline, picturesque promenade and seaside amusements, plus nature reserves, gardens and heritage.

Lowestoft combines a mix of beautiful beaches and fun family attractions all set within a traditional seaside town.

Ely is a city full of charm and beauty and home to one of the most magnificent cathedrals in England.