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Planning a staycation in the Cotswolds? Here’s our 6-day Cotswold Itinerary which includes some of the famous and not-so-famous villages of this region.
Another picture-perfect Cotswold village is the Lower Slaughter, famous for the stream running through the village with limestone cottages around it and of course the converted Old Mill.
Bourton-On-The-Water, tagged as the Venice of the Cotswolds is known for its low bridges over the River Windrush with beautiful stone houses around it. A picture-perfect scenery for all seasons.
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Life in London
Honest Burgers Chiswick – an independent burger restaurant in the heart of the beautiful Chiswick High Street serving no-frills dishes and craft beers/cocktails.
Outstanding and colorful array of tapas-style dishes and the gorgeous cocktails of Tapestry Tapas Bar will put you in a fiesta mood instantly.
Pottery Tapas Bar Kingston is quite possibly the most charming pub that I’ve been to here. Beautiful interior decor, outdoor seating with a canopy of vine, delicious tapas and friendly service – a recipe for the perfect pub I must say.
The leafy borough of Richmond-Upon-Thames is one of my favourite areas in London. In this self-guided walk itinerary, you’ll pass by some of its scenic views, riverside pubs, charming coffee shops and beautiful alleyways. Making a day out of this walk is the best way to enjoy it.
Day Trips from London
The beautiful Blenheim Palace is a World Heritage Site with over 300 years of history and is the only non-royal countryhouse in England to hold the title of a Palace. It’s a stunning place to wander around in.
A journey of an hour and 40 minutes from Central London brings you to Shere in Surrey, a quintessential English chocolate box village. It’s a famous filming location in England due to its unique beauty and old-world charm.
With 265 acres under vine, Denbies Wine Estate is the largest vineyard in England. Only an hour away from Central London, it’s a stunning place to spend your afternoon in.