Warwick Castle is Must Visit Tourist Attraction in England

Warwick Castle is Must Visit Tourist Attraction in England

The name “England” is gotten from the Old English name Englaland, during the Early Middle Ages where the Germanic tribes got settled down in the country, the word actually meant “Land of the Angles”. As gradually the country started to develop its economical status, side by side it built various castles and monuments that are prehistorically in the current era.

One of such outstanding monuments of England is the Warwick Castle, which has become a must visit attractions for travellers all around the world.

Warwick Castle:

Built on the river banks of River Avon, from the county of Warwickshire, England is another prehistoric monument which was originally constructed by William the Conqueror during 1068. Currently it is owned and maintained by Merlin Entertainments. At present the place is used for entertainment especially for young children which takes them back in history for a live experience.

Travellers who visit London for leisure would for sure add this destination to their wish list.

Things to do when you visit, are the Grounds & Attractions, The Castle`s Dungeon, Daily Shows & Activities that are conducted portraying the Castles history, History & Restoration along with Food, Drink & shopping.

Tickets can be pre-booked via the following link: (https://www.warwick-castle.com/booking/).

General visiting hours are between 10:00am to 4:00pm and can vary during peak seasons. You can check the attraction time table via the following link: (https://www.warwick-castle.com/plan/warwick-opening-times.aspx)

Warwick County lies at the heart of England’s motorway, less than two miles from junction 15 off the M40 providing simple access from London and Birmingham.

Travel Guide from the city of London:

Approximate distance between Central London and Warwick Castle is 95 miles. Public Transportation options that are available for tourists are only via Trains, Buses and Private hire Taxis and Minicabs.

Trains:

The only direct train access departs from Marylebone station at Central London at a frequency of one train every hour. The journey duration time is around 1.5 to 2 hours approximately. However the challenging part would be when travelling with Kids and Elderly people.

Buses:

There are plenty of Bus services that are available from Central London to Warwickshire. Tourist can pre-book their tickets online through the National Express website. Service frequency depends upon the season you travel.  The distance of about 83 miles and can be covered at an approximate duration of around 3 to 3.3 hours.

Taxis and Minicabs:

Opinions may vary but options of transportation with comfort may not as private airport taxi in London is said to be one of the best and reliable service for its incomparable service.

Taxis and Minicabs can be pre-booked online or by a simple phone call. Tourist may choose private minicabs for a reliable airport pickup London as a vast majority of passengers travel through London’s Major airports.  Private hire taxis and minicabs can be hired to and from all major airports such as Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City Airport. Travel time will be between 1 to 1.3 hours approximately.