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The best summer music festivals: your guide

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Summer music festivals 2013

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Is there a better way to spend your summer than with the best bands on the planet?

The music festival has become a staple of the British summer. Come rain or shine, music fans don their wellies, apply sunscreen liberally, pack their sleeping bags and set off to enjoy the fantastic line-ups at music festivals across Britain.

Festival-goers are especially excited about this summer, which sees the return of Glastonbury after being sorely missed last year.

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Wet Your Whistle on May’s Rail Ale Trail

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Take the train to May’s beer festivals and you can sample as many ales and ciders as you like, without needing to worry about how to get home again. And, if you check our journey planner before you travel, you could save enough money to cover your entrance fee too.

Read on to find out more about May’s Rail Ale Trail …

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Jump aboard a train…and take the Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour

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The Warner Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour London opens on 31 March so little muggles and wannabe wizards will be able to see some of the sets and props used in the hit movies based on J.K. Rowling’s novels.

Read on to learn more about this fantastic new attraction and to find out where else you can go for a touch of Potter-themed magic. And don’t forget to check out our journey planner for cheap train tickets and hotels when planning your trip.

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Take the train …to the UK’s best free Chinese New Year celebrations

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January 23 2012 marks the beginning of the Chinese Year of the Dragon – and, with free events going on throughout the UK during the 15 day long festival, it’s simple to join in, especially when you travel by train.

Here’s a rundown of just some of the places you can go if you want to enjoy some traditional Chinese New Year festivities for free. And don’t forget to check our journey planner for cheap train tickets before travel – you could make some savings worth celebrating.

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