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Easy London Day Trips
Easy London Day Trips
The great thing about the United Kingdom is that its small size makes it possible to plan a couple day trips to see even more during your vacation. The bad part is that there is so much to see and do that it can be difficult to narrow down the choices to just one or two destinations. Take into consideration the difficulty of reaching destinations that you have in mind, as well as the options for putting together an entire day of sightseeing. Trips with a destination that appeal to you or your family personally make the best day trips from London. Check out any of these easy to reach and plan destinations
St. Albans does not make it on a lot of the travel itinerary lists in England because there are no applauded manor houses or palaces here. What St. Albans is rich in though, is history. The town is one of the oldest existing towns in all of England, established before the Romans reached the island and set up their forts. Everything from Roman ruins to a medieval cathedral can be seen, and you can really feel like you are walking in the footsteps of history because a lot of important events happened in this quaint village. This is an easy 30 minute drive from central London and a nice respite from city life.
One of the most popular London day trips is a stop at Stonehenge, and this is probably the easiest to arrange if you don’t have transportation of your own while on vacation. There are numerous bus and train packages, guided tours and organized trips for individuals and families that leave London daily. Find the package that fits your schedule and focuses on the details of this site that are of interest to you.
Anyone that is interested in a day trip to see a beautiful royal palace and impressive gardens, should add Kew Palace to their list. The Royal Botanic Gardens are open to visitors, with something different to view or learn about at all times of the year. Children will be especially excited to walk along the treetop walkway and explore garden pagodas used to create a beautiful backdrop between the bamboo garden and the Redwood Grove. A short train ride from London can have you at the Palace and Gardens in under a half hour.
Military history buffs will enjoy a day trip out to Bletchley Park, where code breaking was the order of the day. Tour the living and work quarters where mathematicians, spies and military intelligence officials all worked together to guess the Nazi’s next step. It was here that the Nazi Enigma was broken, and the Park now welcomes visitors from all over the world to see what life was like at this point in history.
Like Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle is one of the Royal residences, and where the Queen spends a lot of time. It is the largest castle in the world that still has the monarch in residence, and a lot of it is open to the public to view. Explore royal collections, towers and the state apartments. Train and coach lines run to the Castle daily, and it is a quick drive from anywhere in London with parking nearby the Castle.