Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
Buckinghamshire is a county located in southeast England. This locale is situated to the northwest of London and is home to Dorney Lake, the venue for the rowing events at the 2012 Olympic Games. It is most notable for its stunning open countryside and natural features, which are popular venues for walking, cycling and hiking. ... Read more »
- Buckinghamshire's Bradwell Abbey
- Waddesdon Manor
- West Wycombe Park
- Watch an exciting hockey tournament at the National Hockey Stadium
- Explore the Chiltern Open Air Museum
- Take a walk around Buckinghamshire’s Emberton Country Park
Buckinghamshire experiences a temperate oceanic climate with cold winters and temperatures rarely falling lower than -4ºC, while summers are warm with temperatures reaching around 24ºC. Precipitation reaches its highest levels during the autumn and winter, with tourists advised to bring warm and wet weather clothing during this time.
Getting There & Around
The nearest international airport to Buckinghamshire is London Heathrow Airport, located just outside of town in the London Borough of Hillingdon. Taxis are available to tourists landing at this airport, as are numerous car rental agencies, including Alamo, Avis and Hertz. The Carousel bus service offers tourists transportation from the airport to town and vice versa.
The town is served by trains from Chiltern Railways, Virgin Trains, London Midland, First Great Western and London Underground. Arriva and Carousel buses run in town as well.« Hide