They say, “London is, on the whole, the possible form of life”. And yep, we agree with the saying because London is something more than a city. The best thing that makes London more than a city is that it packs the whole world inside it. Whether you are looking for a grand lifestyle in the city or that huddled bookshops, cafes, and pubs, there is always something that London has to offer to everyone.
However, being Europe’s largest city, it is quite difficult for the one to decide which trips to make from London. So if you want to explore every bit of Britain without regretting, here are the 8 best day trips from London to make.
#1: Cambridge University Town
Cambridge is now, one of the most well-known university towns in the United Kingdom and is equally beautiful, if not. Like Oxford, Cambridge is about 1.5-hour drive from London. Many buses and trains depart frequently for the Cambridge University Town that houses stunning buildings and locations. Cambridge University Town is where the Stephen Hawking, Stephen Fry, Isaac Newton and other famous people used to live. You can visit this place to explore the literary culture of Britain.
Just an hour and a half from London lie Bristol that is a formal industrial town transformed into a charming riverside paradise. It is the famous City of the United Kingdom combined with Bath. It houses the great buildings just like any other city of the United Kingdom and also a home to Brunel’s Britannia, one of the biggest ships of the time, which is permanently buttonholed in Bristol.