On a vacation to London, getting bored sitting indoors sounds unreal and impossible as the magnificent city has so much to offer for day trips excursions. To truly appreciate its beauty one’s got to get out for some sightseeing adventures and exploring, and this is exactly why we are here to help you out planning your next outing in the most diverse and cosmopolitan city of the world, London.

  1. WHITSTABLE

I can’t think of any better way to spend your day on a vacay than spending it on a beach. Whether you want to spend some solace time in solitude reading a novel under a giant umbrella or run around the shore splashing water on each other with your dear family and friends, Whitstable beach should be your foremost choice as it’s the loveliest seaside spot in the entire London.

You can also rent a bike from Whitstable Cycle Hire to pedal your way along the 5 miles seafront Oyster Bay Trail. Watching oysters being shucked in front of you at The Forge and having them at lunch would be top-notch. Spend a delightful day there and see the sunset while sipping some drinks to make your excursion a memorable one.

  1. THE NEW FOREST

If you are an animal lover or have ever wished to visit Safari then The New Forest is a must-see site for you. walking down dappled lanes, watching popular ponies across the heather-covered heath, free-ranging Highland cattle, and pigs hoovering up fallen acorns, would make your day one of the best of your life.

To make your excursion a little more exciting you can get rid of being stuck in your car by hiring an electrical Twizy carriage to explore in or book a beginners’ hack at one of the stables there. Visiting The New Forest and missing out on the famous ploughman’s lunch at the Royal Oak in Fritham would be a misfortune as it is one of the finest of London.

  1. CANTERBURY

Canterbury has been a delightful source of inspiration for various English authors’ tales, which includes the well-known late-fourteenth-century English poet, Geoffrey Chaucer. Canterbury is most famous for its museums and preserved buildings but besides that, it also has a flourishing student scene, that gives the old city a refreshing, modern vibe.

One can begin exploring this amazing place with a calm walk down the King’s Mile, which is literally home to a lot of boutiques selling almost every sort of clothing. A day trip can never be completed without having lunch there as lunch-wise one is spoilt with choices, from gourmet Scotch eggs with slaw and fries, bento boxes, diverse variety of pizza and a lot more. End this memorable excursion of yours at Canterbury by paying a visit to the Beaney House of Art and Knowledge. It is quite known for the display of one of the world’s most valuable collections of cow paintings and an Egyptian mummified cat with getyourguide promo code