Street Views in Windsor, England

Follow the Thames to the west, away from London and you'll stumble upon Windsor. Hosting one of the official residences of the British Royal Family at Windsor Castle, the would be small city is a major tourist attraction. Aside from the castle, there is a gigantic ferris wheel that boasts great views though I haven't been on that myself. There is a Legoland in the vicinity, streets lined with shops and eateries, the Savill Garden, and plenty of old architectural houses from the Tudor period. If time permits, a long leisurely ride along the Thames from London to Windsor offers great views and a different perspective of England. 

I took the train in from London, ate my first plate of fish and chips in Windsor, and explored the grounds of Windsor Castle. Though I only spent a day here, it's a place that demands a second tour. 


By Train: To Windsor & Eton Central or Windsor & Eton Riverside from London Waterloo or London Paddington. 

Coordinates: Varies

Cost & Admission

Shops and restaurants in the area.

Walking, sightseeing.

Explore all the nooks and crannies of this town. It's so fantastic and beautiful. Indulge in a meal and be sure to visit the castle.