Can you travel more sustainably?
Tourism is vital for the economy of the Cotswolds, and there’s plenty to see and do here to make memories lasting a lifetime. We encourage all visitors to consider their carbon footprint when visiting, so that together, we can all help to look after what makes the Cotswolds so special. Can you travel here more sustainably? Can you use shared or public transport during your stay? Can you support local food and drink producers during your visit? What other choices can you make during your trip to reduce your carbon footprint?
Sustainable travel is an important part of reducing carbon footprints.
EV Recharging Stations in the Cotswolds
There are an increasing number of charging points being implemented across the Cotswolds by business and councils. You can find a lot of these on Zap-map.com
Traveline South West
If you’re aiming to travel by public transport to reach the Cotswolds, and whilst you’re here, the Travel Line South West website is a great tool for planning your train and bus routes. It provides comprehensive and impartial public transport information for all modes of public transport. It includes timetables, route maps, real-time information, details of day and weekly tickets, a growing number of point to point single and return fares, and is designed to be fully responsive for mobile and tablet users.
Gloucestershire Community Rail Partnership
Gloucestershire Community Rail Partnership aims to better connect visitors and local people by encouraging the use of the rail network. There are a number of charming trails available to download for free from their website, plus maps for towns accessible by rail.