Top 10 Best Day Trips From London [5th is Amazing]

Top 10 Best Day Trips To Go From London

Are you visiting London for the first time? If you are a student or a professional and visiting London for the first time, then you should plan and go for some day trips from London before leaving. So you will get a chance to explore the beautiful spots of the city and make the visit a memorable one. In this blog, we will see the best ten-day trip spots to travel from London. Check out each location now and plan your first day trip from London today.

Best Day Trips From London

1. Windsor


Windsor is a small town which is located on the River Thames just west of London. This is home to the British Royal Family, Windsor Castle. This was built by William The Conqueror in the 11th century.

There are lots of sightseeing options available in Windsor and notable places to visit are Visit Royal Windsor Castle, Frogmore House & Gardens, Windsor Festival, and Theatre Royal, Eton College, and many more.

2. Winchester


Winchester is a city that belongs to the County of Hampshire located in the Southern part of England. It is well known for its medieval Winchester Cathedral.

The main notable places to visit in Winchester are Winchester Cathedral, The Great Hall, National Trust – Winchester City Mill, Winchester City Museum, St. Cathedrals Hill in Hampshire. If you are planning for a simple one-day drop from London then this place will be the best choice for you.

3. Brighton


Brighton is one of the best spots in London which has some seaside resorts. This is located on the Southern Coast of England.

This lies 47 miles to the South of London. Some of the main places to visit in Brighton are Royal Pavilion and Brighton Museum, Brighton Palace Pier, Brighton Promenade and Seafront Attractions, The Lanes and North Laine, British Airways i360 Viewing Tower, Regency Houses, and many more.

4. Cambridge

Cambridge London

Cambridge is a city which is located on the River Cam. It is located in Eastern England. This city is well known for its University of Cambridge.

Notable places to visit in Cambridge are The River Cam, The Bridge of Sighs, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Corpus Clock, Cambridgeshire Wine School, and many more. Normally more students will be traveling to this city as its well-known for its all-time famous university.

5. Amersham


Amersham is a market town which is within the authority of Buckinghamshire in England. If you are planning for a one day drip to Amersham.

Then you should visit the famous spots of Amersham like Old Amersham High Street, The Chilterns, Amersham Museum, Amersham Memorial Gardens/Church Mead, St Mary’s Church, Chenies Manor House, Brighton Toy and Model Museum, Chiltern Open Air Museum, Milton’s Cottage, and many more places.

6. Bath

Bath City

Bath is a city located in the County of Somerset, this is the biggest city in Somerset County, England. This was a fairly populated city which Is located in the valley of the River Avon. In 1987, this city became the World Heritage Site.

Some of the main places to visit in Bath, London are Bath’s Georgian Roots: Royal Crescent, Roman Baths, Pulteney Bridge, Cross Bath, Bath Abbey, Holburne Museum, Sally Lunn’s Historic Eating House, and many more spots.

7. Rye


Rye is one of the small towns which is located in the Rother district in East Sussex in England. This city is located just two miles from the confluence of Rother, Tillingham, and the Brede.

The notable places to visit in Rye are Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, The Parish Church of St. Mary, Rye Castle Museum and Ypres Tower, Lamb House, Mermaid Street, The School of Wizards and Witches, Booth Museum of Natural History, Landgate, Camber Sands, Camber Castle and many more.

8. Canterbury


Canterbury is the cathedral city located in the Southeast of England. Ancient walls in the Canterbury city were built by the Romans in the earlier days and it was founded in 597 A.D. remains to be the headquarters of the Church of England and the Anglican Communion as well.

This is one of the famous pilgrimage sites in the middle ages. The main places to visit in Canterbury are Canterbury Castle & The City Wall Trail, Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Dane John Gardens, St. Martin’s Church, Old City Canterbury, St Augustine’s Abbey, Cathedral Precincts, and many more.

9. Hampton Court

Hampton Court

Hampton Court Palace is a royal palace which is located in the London Borough of Richmond upon the Thames. This is located twelve miles from central London on the River Thames. The building of the palace was started in the year 1524 by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey who is the chief minister of King Henry VIII.

In the year 1529, Wolsey fell from the favour and later Cardinal gave the palace to the King to check his disgrace. This palace was known to be Henry’s one of the very favorite palaces. This palace was later acquired by Henry and he made the arrangements to enlarge it. Along with the St. James Palace in London, only these two palaces are still surviving from the many King-owned palaces in London.

10. The Lake District

The Lake District

The Lake District is one of the regions in Northwest London in England. This is a well-known vacation destination for many Londoners and also the people outside the UK. The Lake District is well known for its ribbon lakes, mountains, and many historic places.

There are many market towns in the city such as Kendal, Keswick, Ambleside and many more which gives the old traditional look to this place. There are also lots and lots of mini shops in the Lake District.

If you are visiting London for the first time and planning to go for some day drips from London, then I hope you have explored some of the sweet spots around London from this blog which you can visit and have some fun.