Berkshire, United Kingdom
Known also as the Royal County, Berkshire in the south of England has a wealth of history and outstanding countryside for everyone to enjoy. Whether you are planning on exploring castles, quaint villages or rural landscapes like the North Wessex Downs, this city is a place where you can get a taste of many different English lifestyles. ... Read more »
- Royal Windsor Castle
- Hampstead Norreys
- Mapledurham House and Watermill in Berkshire
- See the world in Legos at Legoland
- Try a tutored wine tasting session at Stanlake Park Wine Estate
- Take a walk through Berkshire nature at Wellington Country Park
The weather in England can be ever changing. The temperature in winter averages around 4 °C in Berkshire, raining around 15 days per month with short periods of sunshine. In summer, the temperature rises to around 18°C with around 12 days of rain per month.
Getting There & Around
Being close to London, Berkshire is easily accessible by many means of transport. Flying into London Gatwick or Heathrow airports, you can catch a National Express coach or a train to Reading. If driving, the M4 passes directly through the heart of the county.
When at your place of stay, there are good local bus and taxi services providing easy access to popular destinations, and it is also possible to hire a car to give you more freedom.« Hide