Easy escapes from London by public transport. London's mainline stations offer easy access to open country, grand houses, historic castles, diverting museums and glorious beaches -- and all within 90 minutes.
This guide is ideal for spontaneous solo trips on sunny days or to help plan days out during half-term breaks. Casting our net from the city's outer boroughs to Essex, Kent, Sussex and beyond, the 100-plus entries include a beach in landlocked Middlesex, Bexhill's art deco wonder, The De La Warr Pavilion and fish and chips in Whitstable.
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