High Wycombe is easy to reach: it is on the railway line from Birmingham to London Marylebone and is served by both local and fast trains. Wycombe is also served by buses to and from many of the nearby towns and villages, but the sheer number of traffic lights installed along London Road and around the entrance to the bus station means that it is generally quicker to walk. There are also bus services to Oxford and to Stansted Airport.
The town boasts a spacious park and ride facility, which stops running at 19:00, rendering it almost useless to anyone wanting to have dinner, visit the cinema or go late-night shopping. It takes a delightful, meandering detour through the charming Cressex Industrial Estate on its way to and from the centre taking a couple of hours.
There is bus service around the town.
Chiltern Railways serve High Wycombe. The station is located on Amersham Hill, a short walk from thecwntre. There are usually 3 trains an hour between High Wycombe and London Marylebone and 1 train an hour between High Wycombe and Birmingham. Check timetables as trains do not run overnight.
The town centre is largely pedestrianised.
There are good links with the M40 and M4.
The town centre offers a 12 screen cinema.
The Cressex area of High Wycombe (near the main M40 junction) offers a few options close to the Holiday Inn hotel.
The Swan Theatre , with a capacity of 1076, offers, in the town centre, offers a varied program of entertainment.
High Wycombe also hosts professional football at Adams Park, located in an industrial estate outside town:
The town centre has undergone a major refurbishment project and now has one of the largest shopping centres in the country  with over 100 shops, including a large House of Fraser and Marks and Spencer. It is probably also the coldest as it has no roof in some areas, so wrap up warm. The way the building was built it acts as a wind tunnel.
John Lewis have a department store in the Cressex area of Wycombe, near the M40. The store does not stock clothing, only household goods and furnishings.
The town centre has four shopping areas: the High Street, Eden Shopping Centre, Chiltern Shopping Centre and Desborough Road. There is a market on Tuesday, Fridays and Saturdays in the pedestrianised High Street.
There are the traditional restaurant chains as well as many fast food restaurants in and about the town.
High Wycombe has many pubs in the town centre. There is a mix of both traditional British pubs and chains like Wetherspoons, Lloyds, Yates and Butlers. The town centre becomes quite busy with young drinkers on Friday and Saturday nights.
Castlefield and Desborough Avenue should be avoided at all costs and visitors should be weary at night. Stabbings and acid attacks are not uncommon.