The UK is a well-connected country with regular trains going to every city, town, and most villages across the nation. Here are some ideas for exploring:
Edinburgh – travel time from London: 5 hours
Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland and home to Scottish culture. Famous sights include Edinburgh Castle and Arthur’s Seat. You can easily catch a train from King’s Cross station which is only five minutes from Malvern House.
Cardiff – travel time from London: 2 hours
Cardiff is Wales’ capital city. Home to a distinct culture and language, the city is much more relaxed than London.
Oxford – travel time from London: 1 hour
The educational centre of the UK, Oxford University is the oldest city in the English-speaking world. You’ll also find spending architecture and sights throughout the city.
Brighton – travel time from London: 1 hour
If you want to see the sea, then head to Brighton. The town is filled with arcades, attractions, restaurants and cafes, and more. It’s definitely the destination of choice if you want to have some fun.
Windsor – travel time from London: 40 minutes
Another of the Queen’s homes, Windsor Castle dominates the town – but the centre is also beautiful with many traditional buildings.
Finally, if you fancy visiting a European destination – you can take the Eurostar, a train that goes from King’s Cross station and under the sea to Europe! In two hours you go from the centre of London, to the centre of Paris! The train also connects to other beautiful European cities such as Amsterdam and Brussels. The service also easily connects to European railway services, enabling you to travel anywhere in Europe.