Round Trip Down From London

England is a pretty country for one to spend it only in London. Just as you leave the borders of the city and you get a feel of the picturesque sights. Today we take you from London to Stonehenge and from there to the south to Brighton and Hove and back to London. This short drive of about 200 miles  opens up a diversity of sceneries. Check out our gallery.

Before leaving- sightseeing in London

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Big Ben

From London to Stonehenge


Pastures nearby Stonehenge

Reaching Winchester

Winchester cathedral

Winchester cathedral from inside

…and reaching Brighton and Hove

Cold Beach – despite of the summer, the weather was not kind,

which did not bother the local kite surfers.

Brighton offers a magnificent views 

White rocks in contrast with the blues sky

Photos: Martina Advaney

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