The list of cities to visit from London in England continues in this post.
Brighton is located 80 miles away from London. More or less, the bus takes about 2 hours while the train takes 50 minutes, although there are slower trains continuously leaving from Kings Cross or from London Bridge.
All of London is going there during holidays to enjoy the sunny days. All the locals go to the beach as well as all Londoners visit the beach, and it seem the law of life there. It's a hilarious city with festivals, clubs, college environment, historic buildings, museums, parks and gardens.
The distance from London to Windsor is approximately 40 km. If you travel by train, it takes 50 minutes to Riverside and leaves from Waterloo Station every 30 minutes and every hour on Sundays. By bus, it takes 1 hour or so and departs from Victoria Coach Station up to 5-10 buses daily.
Windsor Castle is a tourist town and is one of three official residences of the Queen. Tourists can see the following areas of the castle (always subject to last minute changes) State Apartments, St. George's Chapel, Queen Mary's Dolls' House, Castle Exhibition and the exhibition in the Drawings Gallery. Another interesting thing to see is the changing of the guard.
The distance from London is 2 hours London by train.
Bath is considered as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The truth is that it is spectacular and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and it is rightly justified. The main attractions of this famous Roman city, we find the Roman Baths and Pump Room, the XV century Abbey and stunning Royal Crescent. In addition, there are countless shops, restaurants, cafes and a beautiful university.