Aylesbury, United Kingdom
Aylesbury, a Buckinghamshire county town, falls into the UK geographical region of the South Midlands. Aylesbury is a vibrant market town that possesses a rich history. The town is known for being a focal point during the 17th-century English Civil War. ... Read more »
- Ronald Dahl Children’s Gallery
- Buckinghamshire Railway Centre
- Aylesbury's Goat Centre
- Watch a performance at the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre
- Walk the Bourg Walk Bridge
- Partake in one of the 60 arts and crafts workshops offered at the Queens Park Centre
Aylesbury boasts a temperate maritime climate; temperatures rarely fall lower than 0ºC during the winter and seldom reach higher than 32ºC during the summer months. The coldest months are January and February, while its hottest month is July. Rainfall is spread fairly uniformly throughout the year.
Getting There & Around
The nearest airport is Bedfordshire’s London Luton Airport. From the airport, tourists can reach the town by car, rail or bus. Car hire firms available at the airport include Avis, Europcar, Hertz and Enterprise.
The town is served by the Rainbow Routes bus network. It is served by the Aylesbury Vale Parkway railway station, and tourists can use the East West Rail Link service if they wish to explore the town by train. Cycling is heavily promoted; facilities for cyclists, including bike lockers and bike stands at Tiger and Toucan road crossings, are readily available for use.« Hide