One of the most stressful things about going on holidays is getting to your final destination. It doesn't matter how much time you allow, or how well you plan, there's always the chance that something can go wrong that could leave you stranded at the airport, stuck in traffic, or even separated from the rest of your travelling group. With so many factors that can prevent you from getting to the airport on time - bad weather, a car break-down, a traffic-jam or rush-hour, or even taking the wrong turn - its no surprise that one of the main things that worries travellers is that journey between home and the airport. Taking a taxi doesn't make the situation any easier - although it eliminates the need to have to find a car park at the airport terminal, it doesn't prevent the taxi getting stuck in traffic. Fortunately there is a solution to this common problem, and it's one that is simple, relaxing and generally quite affordable: take the train instead.
In an effort to cut down on road congestion around our major airports, governments, local councils and even airport authorities have constructed fast rail connections between airport terminals and their subsidiary cities. Although not all of our towns and cities are blessed with an airport-rail connection, the majority of our major airports do have such a service - in fact, some (like London Heathrow), have several. Next time you have to get to the airport in a hurry, leave the car at home - its much less hassle (and is much better for the environment) if you take the train.
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