A day trip from London: City of shells, Whitstable
Apparently the heat does not field a while back in England, but still very pleasant for trips to London a nearby beach. Today Whitstable damage to the city was chosen, among other reasons, because the train from London can be reached in approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes.
The town could be in England clam-up capital as well, since this area has been actively gathered in the Roman times, or even a year they will be held on a grand scale is Shells tensioner. This merry-making usually lasts for two weeks, and this year was coming to an end this weekend of entertainments, so who cares for Sunday even get there. Details can be found at the following link: whitstableoysterfestival.co.uk
The town boasts not only a lovely pebble / sandy beach, but there is a castle-looking manor house dating from 1790, which can be visited. When we arrive at the same time, a chance to catch the early hours of the port deburring fishing vessels, which were always accompanied by a group of gulls, free breakfast hoping for. On the coast the opportunity to sunbathe, swim but also – if we can take the cold water – or can enjoy a variety of water sports.
Whistable probably worth more than a day, he can make it, you may want to go for a night out there to roam used to be this little gem near water.
The route from London is fairly simple: London St. Pancras / Victoria train station – Whistable railway station – the trip takes about 1 hour 15 minutes
Source / Photo: guided tour around London