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Head out to the country for a slower pace and more relaxing day. You'll find adorable boutique shops, quaint little tea shops and, of course, Stonehenge.
If I were you, Manchester would definitely be on my mind for a short break. It’s cheaper than going to Paris and you can jump on the train and be there in three hours for way less than riding the Eurostar. Plus, you don’t have to know French there.
Manchester is the 2nd most popular tourist destination in England and you can take the train from London Euston every 20 minutes. The ride takes a little over two hours, but there’s free WiFi, power outlets and a shop that sells food, beverages and reading material. There are tons of festivals year-round, an emerging coffee culture and a reinvented docklands called The Quay. It's where old and new meet and a can't-miss if you're looking for a quick getaway.
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You can easily take the train to Windsor to explore Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and the Queen’s favorite residence
The New Forest has been a holiday destination throughout the ages and there’s a huge selection of accommodation to suit all styles and budgets.
A destination in its own right, you can easily spend a week in the relaxing nature of New Forest. It's like stepping back in time, with quaint little B&Bs and tiny family-owned shops.
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Set between London and the Cotswolds, Bath is quite historical and is known for the Roman Baths that were built here. You can still visit the baths and view the statues, pump room and museum, plus soak in the baths at Thermae Bath Spa.
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Just a short 30-minute jaunt on the train from the center of London. When not raining, you can hang out on the beach, but there are a plethora of castles, historic attractions and museums in and around Bexhill that will keep you busy all day long.
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Another popular destination for Londoners and tourists.
The rocky beaches of Brighton draw visitors when the weather is nice. The pier is packed with food stalls and amusement rides as well.
Wimbledon is one of London's most perfect villages, full of beautiful shops, buildings and outdoor spaces
If you love tennis, Wimbledon is a fantastic day trip. Take the train out (purchase tickets ahead) and tour the different courts where some of the best have played.
Paris off the beaten path. Information on when and where to go, activities, history, getting there, and helpful links.
You'll probably want more than one day, but you can easily book a day trip to Paris from London, whether by rail or air, and see some of the highlights of the city and eat delicious French cuisine. Londoners do it all the time, specifically for shopping excursions.