Overlooking the ancient Roman baths in Bath, England
Incredible London Day Trip Destinations To Add To Your Bucket List
Located 115 miles from London, Bath can be reached in under an hour and a half by train or two hours, give or take, by car.
Have a soak in ancient Roman baths, stroll the Royal Crescent, marvel at the architecture of Georgian homes, visit The Jane Austin Centre, or enjoy a Bridgerton-themed day.
For old-world wines and modern fare, have a meal at The Circus Restaurant, enjoy decadent sweets at Mrs. Potts Chocolate House, and for beer aficionados, try Abbey Ales Brewery.
Cambridge wows with its pretty chapels, historic university, museums, and stunning architecture, especially at Trinity Hall, Bridge of Sighs, and King's College.
For the quintessential Cambridge experience, go punting down the river to focus on nature while slow-sailing by iconic landmarks and under charming bridges.
Indulge in a double Michelin-starred French dining experience at Midsummer House. Cambridge is 65 miles from London and can be reached in a little over an hour by train or car.
In this city, mosey the old city walls and cobble-stoned streets, visit Canterbury Cathedral and Saint Augustine's Abbey, and stroll through the Canterbury Roman Museum.
Go shopping on King's Mile, Cathedral Quarter, or Saint Dunstan's, and visiting Westgate Gardens is a must. Only 60 miles from London, Canterbury can be reached by train or car.
Chock full of art, history, festivals, museums, and English pubs, Bristol has a little bit of something for everyone.
Stroll by quaint, colorful townhomes, or dine at The Old Fish Market. About 120 miles from London, Bristol can be reached in two hours by car or an hour and a half by train.
Dover is worth visiting for the panoramic vistas from the cliffs alone — the serene, chalky cliffs tower over turquoise waters.
You can explore the grounds of the medieval Dover Castle and the secret wartime tunnels beneath it. About 75 miles from London, reach Dover in an hour by train or two hours by car.