The South West of England is home to numerous places to go and things to see. Here are just a few suggestions...
From art to architecture, hip stores to history, London Waterloo is perfectly positioned for exploring the capital and its riverfront – all within a 20-minute walk.
Isle of Wight
A trip to the Isle of Wight takes you further than across the Solent, and the list of things to do is endless.
Packed with history, Southampton is a popular destination with lots to see and do, from arts, parks, sports venues and events, to being a top shopping destination in the South of England.
Portsmouth combines a wealth of historic attractions with restaurants, bars and leisure facilities to make a great all-year-round destination for visitors.
Bournemouth is a large coastal resort with seven miles of golden sands and a large surfing community.
Winchester celebrates its regal past alongside modern art and cultural attractions, an array of shops, award-winning food and farmers markets within picturesque surroundings.
With its smart Georgian houses fronting the sandy beach, restored Victorian fort and fossil-rich coastline, Weymouth is the perfect place to step back in time and explore the Jurassic Coast.
The tranquil New Forest National Park is the ultimate destination for strolling along the marked trails and watching the native ponies and cattle graze.
From the breathtaking beauty of the country’s tallest cathedral to quant medieval alleys, fine restaurants, friendly watering holes and cosmopolitan art festivals, Salisbury was once voted top 10 cities to visit in Britain.
Windsor is probably better known for its royal heritage and the magnificent Windsor Castle, but there is so much more to discover, all within a short walk from Windsor & Eton Riverside train station!
With over 2000 years of history, Exeter has a lot to offer. Whether you want to explore its heritage or its many diverse attractions, it really has something for everyone.
Sherborne is a picturesque town situated on the Dorset and Somerset border. The market town is filled with ample amounts of history; there are a range of medieval buildings and historic sites to discover.
Bristol combines a wealth of historic attractions with a variety of theatres, shopping facilities and other cultural and sporting venues. It is a thriving, vibrant city with lots to see and do.
With a unique mixture of fascinating history, top attractions, Britain’s best beaches and a bustling Quay & shopping scene, a visit to Poole is a must.
Bath has a rich history with many sites of interest, from its famous Regency terraces, Hot Springs and Roman remains. It is a popular destination for all.
Visit Christchurch by train and take pleasure in its medley of sandy beaches, cosy teashops and elegant restaurants.
Dorchester is Dorset’s historic county town. Steeped in history, this idyllic market town is a great day out for family fun and culture in picturesque surroundings.
Yarmouth is located across the Solent on the Isle of Wight taking a mere 30 minutes by ferry from Lymington Pier. This picturesque town provides an array of attractions and activities that would appeal to the whole family.