An historic town in Essex, just under 3 hours by coach from London Victoria, known as Britain’s first city and was once the capital of Roman Britain (then called Camulodunum). With a history of over 2,000 years, there is plenty to explore here.
2 hrs & 40 mins by coach, this seaside town on the southeast coast of Kent has been a popular seaside resort for over 250 years. With all the classic fittings of a traditional seaside town like a theme park, arcades and theatres, the town is also artsy, young and uber cool.
You can get to ‘London-by-the-Sea’ in 2 1/2 hrs from London Victoria. Home to Brighton Palace Pier, this seaside resort on the south coast of England attracts day-trippers from all over the south for days at the beach, shopping and partying.
Just 2 hrs by coach will take you to this famous cathedral city and UNESCO World Heritage Site. With the River Stour winding through it, Canterbury is a beautiful city with plenty of old buildings and cobbled streets.
Nestled in the rolling chalk hills of the South Downs, Winchester is only one hour and 50 minutes from London. This ancient cathedral city has some of the country’s oldest institutions.
Just over 2 hrs by coach takes you to one of England’s finest cities.Synonymous with the world-renowned Cambridge University, the city boasts culture, history, architecture and plenty of things to do.
2 1/2 hrs from London is Salisbury, this city is mostly known for Stonehenge, but there's lots more to do. The medieval cathedral city and its surrounding area is bursting with Neolithic, Bronze Age and Iron Age history, so there is plenty of history to explore.
2 1/2 hrs away is the lovely seaside town in Kent. On the southern edge of the North Downs, it lies in a valley between two cliffs, with plenty of things to explore in the town, from Victorian architecture and waterfront parks, to a bustling harbour and exciting attractions.
Southampton is 2 hrs and 20 minutes from London by coach. Hampshire’s largest city, a visit to Southampton is a fantastic day out as there are plenty of things to do and see, including the SeaCity Museum & Solent Sky Museum. A fun way to see the city is from the ferry!
In 2 hrs you can get to Portsmouth, a historic port city. There are tons of interesting attractions here, from museums, castles, beaches and shopping. It's been a significant naval base for centuries, and 2/3's of the Royal Navy’s modern surface fleet is docked here.