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A valid passport is required to gain entrance into the United Kingdom, though a visa is required only if your stay is to be for longer than six months. If you're traveling to Warwick, England, from outside the country, it's likely that you'll be arriving at Birmingham International Airport in Birmingham, which is about 18 miles from Warwick, which is rurally located almost in the center of England. Heathrow International Airport, in London, is another option, though the distance is longer at 94 miles.
Either way, at the airport you can car, bus, train, or taxi your way to Warwick. Both London and Birmingham are served by
Chiltern Railways, which offers you the option of pre-purchasing your ticket online to save time and add convenience. Marylebone Station is Chiltern's stop in London and in Birmingham, look for Snow Hill Station or Moor Street Station. When arriving in Warwick, do be sure to disembark at Warwick Station and not Warwick Park Station. The station is a mere ten minute's walk to the center of town and attractions.
National Express Bus service covers the whole of England, and will see you safely from London or Birmingham to Warwick. Visit the website to pre-purchase your tickets, or for help in planning your trip.