3 Days in Southeast England

Based on my 4 day London itinerary (find them here: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4) you can see I have a sweet spot for England. So I will share a 3 day itinerary for a road trip through some of the most beautiful sceneries in Southeast England, which I did 10 years ago.

 

Day 1

From London, drive about 1 hour and 45 minutes to the amazing site of Stonehenge and take in the powerful energy from the place.

Stonehenge - photo credit: www.visitbritain.com
Stonehenge – photo credit: www.visitbritain.com

Once you have visited the site (some people say you can do it in 5 minutes, other stays for hours), head to the amazing Arundel Castle (about 1 hour and 40 minutes drive). You can either marvel at it from the outside (like I did) or go inside and explore.

Arundel Castle - photo credit: www.visitbritain.com
Arundel Castle – photo credit: www.visitbritain.com

From Arundel you will drive about 40 minutes to Brighton, one of my favorite beaches in the world!

 

Day 2

In Brighton you have the choice to spend the day at the beach (full of pebbles!) or visiting the Royal Pavilion or just strolling around town and talking to the locals – I don’t think I ever met so many lovely locals in a place like I did in Brighton!

Brighton beach and the Pier - Photo credit: www.visitbritain.com
Brighton beach and the Pier – photo credit: www.visitbritain.com
Royal Pavilion - Photo credit: www.visitbritain.com
Royal Pavilion – photo credit: www.visitbritain.com

 

Day 3

Today is the day you will see what is in my opinion a magical place: the Beachy Head lighthouse and the Seven Sisters Country Park.

Beachy Head
Beachy Head – photo credit: www.visitbritain.com
Seven Sisters chalk hills - photo credit: www.visitbritain.com
Seven Sisters chalk hills – photo credit: www.visitbritain.com

To wrap up the road trip, drive to catch the sunset at the beautiful Reculver Abbey. It’s really beautiful and a great finale to this 3 day road trip!

Are you ready to explore Great Britain? I hope so!

 

Link for more info:

Visit Britain: this is the official place for everything related to tourism in Britain and it is fantastic! I’ve used it for years and I always go back for more ideas of where to go.

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