Planning Your Trip to London? Also Enjoy Daytrips from London

London is one of the finest tourist destinations that we have on Planet Earth but in case you are tired of London’s cultural heritage and royal legacies and if you are looking for locations to enjoy a daytrip around the city, you’ve discovered the right page. Below we have enlisted some of the best, most exciting destinations near the city where you can enjoy daytrips from London with your family or friends –

Oxford – You might think that Oxford, ‘the city of dreaming spires’ is an academic temple where nerds from all parts of the world congregate. If this is your perception of the city, then you’re highly mistaken. Oxford is filled with fabulous market places and historical attractions. Go for a picnic at the Headington Hill or explore Cowley’s ethnic stores. While planning your trip to London take a bus from Oxford, since there are many places on the way which are worth exploring.

Brighton – If beach fun is on your mind, pack your bags and head towards this destination. Brighton’s Pier, the pebbled beach of the town is a great place to enjoy scenic beauty. The town houses a wonderful collection of nightclubs and pubs buzzing with youngsters. Do not forget to visit Royal Pavilion while being in Brighton.

• Leeds Castle – One of the best places to visit not just around London but in the whole of the United Kingdom. The castle is often termed as the most romantic destination of this continent. Explore the history of the castle or visit one of the popular restaurants nearby and savour a delicious meal. If you are planning your trip to London, not including a visit to the Leeds Castle would be a terrible mistake.

• Cambridge – The city is the home to an extraordinary theatre and music scene. If you like to explore museums, theatre venues, historical libraries and traditional pubs, Cambridge is one of your best bets around London. For stunning views of the city, climb St. Mary Church’s tower.

The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre – Not only the place has a great architecture and a sunny courtyard, but also, it has an award winning museum and two biographical galleries which you can explore. Author Roald Dahl lived at this place for more than 35 years and you are free to walk around his exceptionally creative life-works. The museum is a great choice for daytrips from London if you are travelling with kids.

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