6. Leeds Castle
London is one of the finest and most developed cities in the world. Travelling by train to Leeds Castle takes close to 2 hours. Fun and games, nature and parks, sightseeing, and museums are some of the attractions there. Tick Tock Unlock, Locked In Games, Live For Today Adventures – Hazlewood castle are some of the popular fun games there. Leeds and Liverpool Canal, County Arcade, Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds Castle, and Temple Newsam are some of the places of interest in Leeds.
You will experience many things in and around the City of London. Travel time to Bath by train is close to 1 hours 30 minutes. Outdoor activities, sightseeing, museums, nature, and parks are all that standing tall there vying for your attention. The Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, Fudge Kitchen, No. 1 Royal Crescent are some of the hotspot destinations there. Victoria Art Gallery, Gallery, and Barrow, Quest Gallery are some of the hot shopping destinations in Bath.
Travel time to Cambridge by train is one hour approx. Nature and parks, museums, boat tours and outdoor sports, fun, and games are all that you can enjoy there in addition to sightseeing. There are historical as well as educational sites in Cambridge namely University of Cambridge, Grantchester Village, Trinity College, and King’s College Chapel. Other points of interest are Corpus Clock, Mathematical Bridge, and Market Square.
3. Oxford and Cotswolds
Cotswolds covers parts of 6 counties in South England. It is a rural area and enamored with scenic beauties in the presence of a range of rolling hills and the bedrock of Jurassic limestone. However, traveling to Oxford requires 1 hours 17 minutes approx. Opportunities for shopping, sightseeing such as Pitt River Museum, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, and the University of Oxford and its museum to name a few here.
Train journey from London to Brighton takes around 1 hour 6 minutes. You will have many things to do such as shopping, sightseeing, nature and parks, and opportunities for unwinding in outdoor activities. Some of the landmarks in Brighton are Royal Pavilion, North Laine, and The Lanes while places like Brighton Beach and Undercliff Walk, and Devil’s Dyke are nature and parks there.