Day Trips For Guests Staying At Aparthotels in London

London has a lot to offer. But, if you’re staying at Holiday Apartments London and you want to see more, take the following day trips around London:

Oxford

Oxford is one of the most popular university towns in the world. If you’re staying at one of the aparthotels in Kensington, hop on the train. You can also take a bus to get there.

This beautiful town is filled with scenic views and architectural gems. You can visit various pubs and stores. You can also visit the famous Christ Church College, where Harry Potter was filmed. You can also see the Radcliffe Square, the Rose Lane Botanic Garden, and the Pitt Rivers museum.

The Costwolds

If you’re a fan of beautiful English cottages, you should definitely visit the Cotswolds which is around 117 kilometers away from London.

There are a lot of things to see in Costwolds including the water park, the wildlife park, the Broadway Museum and Gallery, and the Snowhill Manor. You can also visit the beautiful Sudeley Castle, which is open from March to October.

The Warwick Castle

The Warwick Castle is one of biggest and most historical castles in the UK. You can walk through the marvelous castle garden or go inside the cold and dark dungeons.

Stonehedge

The Stonehedge is one of the famous historical sites in the United Kingdom. The circular formation of the standing stones has fascinated archeologists. Many historians believe that this structure was built in 3000 BC.

This historical monument is 141 kilometers away from London. You can take the train or bus from London to get to this wondrous site.

Bath

Bath is the most charming city in the UK and it is located in Somerset. It is 158 kilometers away from London. If you’re the romantic type, you should definitely take a tour around this city and see the most amazing architectural wonders such as the Roman Baths, the Royal Crescent, the Bath Abbey, the Pulteney Bridge, and Sally Lunn’s House. You can also unleash your inner fashionista by going to the Fashion Museum.

Rye

Rye is an old English town located in East Sussex. It is two hours away from London, but it’s worth the travel time. The town is relatively small, so you can just walk around and discover the beauty of this amazing town. You can go to castle museums and learn more about the rich history of this charming little town.