Durham is located in North East England on the River Wear. The city is a vibrant landscape with breathtaking scenes, a lovely coastline and rich history. The city is home to the UK’s number one historic landmark the Durham Cathedral. Some of the other major tourist attractions in the city are the Binchester Roman Fort, the World Heritage Site, The Bowes Museum, The Adventure Valley and Beamish, the Living Museum of the North. Durham offers a wide range of restaurants, pubs, cafes, tearooms and coffee shops waiting to tempt your taste buds. The city is located at 233 miles away from London.


Located at a distance of 121 kms from the city of London, is the cathedral city of Ely. The city is located in East Cambridgeshire and serves as a tranquil weekend getaway. It is home to most of the tourist attractions of Cambridgeshire. It lodges magnificent cathedrals that hold rich history. The city can be accessed by train from London or by using London taxis for a more comfortable ride. As you drive along the countryside of the area you encounter several small villages and towns which offer spectacular views and unique cultural treats to all visitors. With great food, a breathtaking skyline and cheap accommodation Ely acts as an apt holiday spot for all.


Exeter is located in Devon and is 320 kms away from London. The city offers a blend of rich culture, important history and breathtaking heritage. Some of the major tourist attractions in the city are the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, The Roman City walls, the Exeter Phoenix, The Historic Quayside and Haldon Forest. The city has a vibrant nightlife with pubs offering scrumptious food, brilliant music and a great ambience. Thousands of tourists visit to witness the Exeter Festival of Food and Drink and the UK Taiko Festival every year. Shopping for unique pieces of furniture and glassware is another activity you can indulge yourself in in Exeter.