Traveling to England is on many peoples’ bucket lists. Most people who go to England for the first time, end up in London. While London is amazing, there are other great cities in the Southern part of England that you should check out as well. If you are considering a trip to London and looking for places to visit in South England, we have a list of 8 cities that we think are worth checking out!
8 Places to Visit in South England
If you are looking for some great day trip in South England, these are the places we think you should visit!
Bath is chocked full of Roman history and because of this, it is the only city in the UK that is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A trip here will allow you to see things you won’t see in any other part of the English countryside!
Glastonbury is a small New Age town with three main things to see: King Arthur’s resting place in Glastonbury Abbey, the amazing street art downtown and the most important spiritual site in town, the Tor.
This small medieval city will make you feel as though you have stepped back in time with its well preserved medieval walls, gorgeous Gothic cathedral and moated palace.
English Heritage Pass
When traveling to various sites in England, you might find that it best to purchase the English Overseas Heritage Pass. For one fee, you get entry to over 400 historic sites, including many sites in our list of places to visit in South England.