London is known for its popular attractions and luxury shopping. However, we invite you to embark on an interesting adventure outside the borders of this capital and to learn about other more wonderful and exciting attractions and activities.
Close to the capital, London, you will find a collection of wonderful cities brimming with ancient heritage and history, their streets are dotted with stunning architecture and famous for their exceptional shopping facilities amidst breathtaking views. It is true that London is home to Britain’s most famous landmarks, but do not miss the opportunity to go to the most wonderful experiences outside this city.
Take the train for the short journey from London to the vibrant coastal city of Brighton. And discover the independent shops and wonderful historical boutiques of the streets of the Lines, where you will find everything you need from luxury perfumes and bespoke jewelery to designer shoes and suits, to signature spa treatments.
Stroll along the old pier, enjoy the magic of Turbo Coaster and don’t miss the opportunity to visit the historic Pavilion Brighton Palace, whose architecture is inspired by Indian culture. If you want to experience the splendor of Brighton in a different way, start from Shoreham Airport on a private plane or helicopter tour and enjoy the breathtaking cityscape and views of the south coast from the famous Brighton 360 watchtowers.
Cambridge is rich in its long history, tradition, and passion for science, as it is home to one of the oldest and most prestigious universities around the world. Explore the historical colleges where dignitaries such as the scholar Sir Isaac Newton and the poet Lord Byron were educated. And don’t forget to take a water tour on the traditional boat and enjoy the best times in the midst of the magnificent Cam River.
Boat tours are available throughout the day during the summer season to discover the city and its stunning English-style buildings. Do not miss the opportunity to roam between the arms of the University of Cambridge Botanical Garden hopes hour glittering Corpus made of gold caliber 24 carats and placed outside the Taylor Library at the Corpus Christi College. After a busy day, enjoy a traditional afternoon tea at one of the fancy cafes scattered across the city in a relaxed setting.
Oxford is one of Britain’s most famous and historic university cities. It is larger than Cambridge in terms of area and an ideal destination for shopping in luxury stores and learning about ancient heritage. You will never get bored in this city, as you have many options, whether you want to explore the historic colleges, shop the city streets full of wonderful boutiques and old shops, or even relax among the parks and the many green spaces.
If you are a fan of the Harry Potter series, do not miss a visit to Christ Church College, which features architecture inspired by the Hogwarts Great Hall. In the same context, you can take part in a guided tour of the Bodley Library of Oxford University, which is best known as the Hogwarts Library in the successful Harry Potter films.
The historic Roman city of Bath is one of London’s most memorable destinations. Discover the carefully preserved historic Roman baths, and admire the splendor of the stained-glass windows of the beautiful Abbey of Bath and the architecture of this UNESCO-listed city of World Heritage Sites.
Visit the Bath Thermal Spa, the only natural thermal spa in Britain, and indulge in a relaxing experience amongst modern and sophisticated facilities. Then, go on a tour to discover an interesting array of museums, galleries, and independent stores. Best of all, this city is only 90 minutes away from London by train.
Canterbury is one of the oldest cities in Britain. Whenever you visit this historic city and in particular its stunning cathedral, you can learn about British rural life and traditions. You will be astonished by the impressive half-timbered buildings and the famous cathedral that houses the tomb of the 12th-century Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Beckett.
You can also embark on an interesting boat tour in the midst of the Great Stour River, and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city. You should not miss the opportunity to visit the Church of St. Augustine and the Church of St. Martin, which are listed by UNESCO and the cathedral on the list of World Heritage Sites. You will undoubtedly not tire of admiring the astonishing architectural diversity in the streets of this city.