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English Countryside Day Trip from London Including Windsor Castle
"Departing from Victoria in central London in the morning travel west by comfortable minivan to the ancient neolithic Stonehenge circle. You will have a chance to explore the Stonehenge visitors center before exploring the stone circles. From here you will travel to the River Thames at Runnymede where King John sealed the Magna Carta in 1215. See a number of important monuments here including the Royal Air Force Memorial. Continue through Windsor Great Park to the royal town of Windsor where you'll stop to visit magnificent Windsor Castle. Marvel at one of the Queen’s most impressive residences the State Apartments
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Windsor Stonehenge and Bath Day Trip from London
"Start the day from Victoria Station in Windsor with a visit to the largest occupied castle in the world Windsor Castle. Its colorful history spans over 900 years from William the Conqueror in the 11th Century to its current status as the Official Residence of Her Majesty the Queen. This is a wonderful opportunity to marvel at the splendor of the 15th century St.George’s Chapel and explore the superb and unrivaled which include the lavishly furnished White Green and Crimson Drawing Rooms.From Windsor Castle head to one of the most famous of all prehistoric monuments the World Heritage Site of Stonehenge. Built in 3 stages from approximately 3000BC
From GBP97.00
 
"Stonehenge
Including Pub Lunch in Medieval Village of Lacock ""Stonehenge Windsor Castle Bath and Medieval Village of Lacock Including Traditional Pub Lunch""Start with a pickup from your London hotel
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See Windsor By Boat

A nice way of seeing something of what Windsor has to offer is by taking the 40 minute boat trip along the River Thames.The boat leaves from Windsor Promenade Barry Avenue,which is close to Windsor...
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CDM7
Dec 21, 2015

Windsor and Eton Central railway station

The Windsor and Eton Central railway station is the main train station that connects Windsor and Eton to the Rest of the United Kingdom. The Train station has Connections to London via the Waterloo...
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machomikemd
Aug 17, 2015

Tour Buses

like what I've said, most of the tourists going to Windsor and Windsor Castle do via the various windsor castle with or without extra day tours and this involves riding the large and mostly free wifi...
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machomikemd
Aug 17, 2015

Walking in Windsor

Windsor is a pretty walkable city but you must wear comfy and sturdy walking shoes as the pavements in some areas are uneven as the town specially near windsor castle and the train station. As most...
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machomikemd
Aug 17, 2015

Sightseeing by Amphibious Vehicle

A different way of sightseeing in Windsor is by using the amphibious vehicle known as the DUKW.Two tours are available : Road and River Tour - which circles Windsor Castle and the Crown estate.On this...
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CDM7
Mar 16, 2015

Bus to Heathrow

Updated June 2011To get from Windsor to Heathrow we went to the main street in front of the Castle where there were 2 stops with buses going to Heathrow, bus 77 from stop D in front of WH Smith and...
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Dabs
Jun 05, 2011
 
 
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To Windsor from London

The quickest way to Windsor from London is via train from Paddington Station to Slough where you change trains for Windsor and Eton Central station. From the train station in Windsor, it is a very...
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Dabs
Jun 05, 2011

By Train

I took this picture to emphasise the fact that this line is a single track line, and only has one stop (to Slough). From Slough it is easy to change and catch trains to London Paddington, Reading or...
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easyoar
Apr 04, 2011

By train

Little Windsor confusingly has two train stations, but Windsor Central is the one you are most likely to end up at when catching a train from London, since the London Paddington connection with a...
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Sjalen
May 24, 2010

London-Windsor -London by Train

Windsor is a very straight forward and simple journey from Central London, well within the capabilities of any visitor to London.Most visitors will travel by train to Windsor. There are two railway...
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mallyak
Sep 22, 2008

Two train options from London

Getting from London to Windsor and back is a breeze by rail. You can take trains from either Paddington or Waterloo. From Paddington the trip is about 35-40 minutes and from Waterloo closer to an...
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rexvaughan
Jul 13, 2008

Shuttle to Legoland

If you take the train to Windsor, there is a bus from behind the castle that takes you there. The stop is labeled and is on the High Street about equal distances from the 2 train stations (a 5 minute...
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rexvaughan
Jul 10, 2008

Thames Trains

To get to Windsor, you can take a train from London Paddington, Reading or the other stations along the line or, as I did, from Oxford and change at Slough. There is no waiting involved: the trains...
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evaanna
Aug 07, 2007

Windsor and Eton Central train station

There are two train stations in Windsor, which can be quite confusing!This station is further up the hill, by the mall.To get from one station to the other is about a 10 minute walk, doable in 7...
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Jenniflower
Jul 06, 2007

Top Hotels in Windsor

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Windsor Rd, Water Oakley, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 5UF, United Kingdom
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18 High St, (formerly Macdonald Castle), Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 1LJ, United Kingdom
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Thames St, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 1PX, United Kingdom
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34 King Edward Court, Windsor, SL4 1TG, United Kingdom
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High Street, Windsor, Windsor and Maidenhead, SL4 1PH, United Kingdom
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9 Clarence Road, Windsor, SL4 5AE, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Windsor

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Windsor Castle

A tour of Windsor Castle is like a passage through time. Edward III expanded William the Conqueror’s original castle into a Gothic style fortress, and when Charles II was restored to the throne in...
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Windsor Town Centre

The Town of Windsor is an attraction in it's own right but is well eclipsed by the famous Windsor Castle. There are many souvenir shops,pubs, restaurants, shopping malls, even two railway station...
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Changing of the Guard - Windsor Castle

This is also a popular attraction in Windsor Castle during the changing of the Guards, the Queens Guards plays various melodies of famous local and international hits by their own Bands while...
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Windsor Castle - St George's Chapel

Anyone who has read any of my stuff will know that I’m not a religious person, but I always seem to be in places of worship, and anyone who has looked closely enough at my ramblings will also know...
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Windsor Castle - State Apartments

Final of my tips with more hidden pictures The State Apartments and the Semi State Rooms are located in the Upper ward area of the Windsor Castle. It is the highlight of the windsor castle tour of...
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Eton College

It's full name is actually King's College of Our Lady of Eton, and this is possibly the most famous school in the world. Having said that, there are several equally prestigious public schools in...
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Tdiver

"My biased viewpoint"
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easyoar

"Royal Windsor - Home of the Queen"
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Dabs

"Windsor Castle"
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evaanna

"The Splendours of Windsor"
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mallyak

"Windsor-the royal residences."
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