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The Only Way is Essex or Made In Chelsea? Either way, the train’s a winner …

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Whether you’re looking to be spray-tanned in Brentwood or suave in Bond Street, you can easily reality check reality TV’s two biggest shows: The Only Way Is Essex and Made In Chelsea, with cheap trains to London and Essex.

Just check our journey planner for cheap tickets before you head to the small screen’s biggest cities.

The Only Way is Essex and Made In Chelsea are back on our screens, in what’s been billed as the biggest reality TV reckoning since the X Factor took on Strictly Come Dancing – or, as some have said, ‘the haves’ versus ‘the chavs’.

No matter what programme’s your favourite, you can easily reality check the favourite TV locations of each programme by hopping on cheap trains to London and Essex.

Why not check out our guide below to both top TV spots and find out if the only way really is Essex, or if Mayfair’s more your scene.

Just don’t forget to check our journey planner for cheap train tickets before you go.

Take the train to Essex … for the Only Way is Essex …

Glam yourself up and rub shoulder with Mark, Lauren, Kirk, Arg, Lydia and the gang in Brentwood, Essex.

• Have a spray tan, a vajazzle or a blow dry in Brentwood’s top salons
• Shop at Minnie’s – the boutique run by TOWIE sisters Billie and Sam Faiers
• End the night in Bentwood’s super-glam Sugar Hut

Take the train to London … for Made in Chelsea …

Live like Hugo, Millie, Caggie, Spencer, Cheska, Ollie and Binky by taking in the trendy London boroughs of Mayfair and Chelsea – easily reached by tube from St Pancras, Paddington, King’s Cross and Victoria.

• Do brunch (darling!) at The World’s End café
• Shop along the King’s Road
• End the night in Public, Raffles or Mahiki

Don’t pay big prices when you’re following the small screen. Wherever you’re going, don’t forget to use our journey planner to find cheap train tickets.

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