A gentleman is always in high demand. One can barely go an hour without being invited to a soiree, asked for his urgent attendance at a golf tournament or challenged to a race around the world. Hence a gentleman must know how to travel in style.
Unless absolutely necessary, a gentleman must avoid buses and electric trains. Trams (henceforth referred to as streetcars) are acceptable only if they have a dining carriage. Steam trains may also be used at a pinch.
If the requisite public transport is not available, a gentleman should procure a handsome cab or a private car to transport himself. Failing this, a swift walk to your destination will not only earn you a well-deserved cigar but give your moustache a smooth, svelte appearance upon arrival.
International travel is another question altogether. If a biplane or hot air balloon is not available, one must politely refuse the request of the foreign dignitary and suggest a more suitable time or location. If, though, exceptional circumstances arise such as an invitational as St Andrews, a steam ship is a gentleman’s only option.