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Buckinghamshire

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Buckinghamshire is a medium-sized county, stretching from West London, near Heathrow Airport, to the outer reach of the Midlands. It borders Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and London.

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MARCH - MAY High 13.97°c Low 6.18°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
JUNE - AUGUST High 21.02°c Low 13.03°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER High 14.58°c Low 8.07°c Precipitation 0.04mm/hr
DECEMBER - FEBRUARY High 7.73°c Low 1.9°c Precipitation 0.07mm/hr

THINGS TO DO IN Buckinghamshire

Known for its beautiful countryside and historic houses, the county of Buckinghamshire is sure to provide you with inspiration for what to do on days out. Many of its attractions are open all year round, so therefore there’s always a good time to visit! The Chiltern Hills are perfect for exploring, with miles of footpaths stretching through beech-wood forests and significant waterways such as the Thames and Grand Union Canal.

Aylesbury

Buckinghamshire
Aylesbury is a bustling market town located just north of the Chiltern Hills, in the busy agricultural area known as the Vale of Aylesbury. The town offers both the history and heritage as well as providing a modern shopping centres and nightlife. At the top of Market Square, and through a linking thoroughfare, is the Kingsbury area, which has become home to a café and is perfect for al fresco dining.

Milton Keynes

Buckinghamshire
Milton Keynes is one of the most northerly towns in South East England and forming the majority of Buckinghamshire. Visitors can expect excellent shopping facilities, with over 300 shops, including one of the longest indoor shopping centres in Europe. If you’re planning to stay longer, you will find dozens of attractions in the town and in the nearby countryside villages.

High Wycombe

Buckinghamshire
High Wycombe is a lively, modern location with plenty of tourist attractions & points of interest. Steeped in history, the town centre is home to some beautiful Georgian Architecture not forgetting the market in the high street which has been held there since medieval times selling various farm produce.

LOCAL CUISINE

With award winning gastro bars and micro breweries, one of a kind shops, eateries and bistros. All serving a variety of quality food and drink. You'll find heavenly cream teas to die for. The best places to eat and drink in Buckinghamshire are found around each corner.

GETTING HERE

With Heathrow Airport nearby, travelling to Buckinghamshire couldn’t be easier. Flights from all over the world land here and onward journeys to Buckinghamshire can be made via rail or car, all directly from the airport. With its main railway station located in High Wycombe, travellers can go back and forth to London in about 30 minutes. It is well served by motorways, with the M1, M25 and M40 all passing through the county or nearby, with links also provided to the M4 and M3 motorways. All of the towns within Buckinghamshire are linked by good main roads.