Regular train from London Marylebone (MYB) to Aylesbury (AYS), via Amersham (AMR) or High Wycombe (HWY). Operated by Chiltern Railways . National Rail Enquiries  provides time tables and bookings. There are also buses from Milton Keynes (150), Oxford (280), Luton (61), and Watford (500), served by Arriva.
Walking and cycling are both popular ways for exploring nearby hinterland. There has been substantial investment in a cycle route network 
Aylesbury is a fairly small town with some parts of the centre being pedestrianised, thus making it an ideal place to walk around.
Local and county wide bus service operated by Arriva Bus 
Visit Butler's Cross on a sunny day to see a view of the town from a hill. Grand Union Canal - hire a narrowboat for a day or two to cruise. Take in a play at the beautiful Waterside Theatre, opened in 2010.
A historic market town, Aylesbury has a daily market in the town centre. Products include fruit, vegetables, clothes, horticulture and media. Every so often on the weekend a French Market operates, bringing with it cheeses, bread and various other French delicacies.
Restaurants are dotted around the town centre, ranging from fast food to a la carte styles.
The main late night venue's are situated around the cinema area, and also Kingsbury Sqaure.
In the town centre there are a selection of small bed and breakfast, or pub hotels, such as The Bell Inn.
Self catering apartments in Aylesbury are now becoming popular alternatives to hotel stays. There are thousands of self catering apartments available throughout the city centre and outskirts - providing accommodation for up to 8 people at a time, for stays of anything from one night to 1 year.