Before I set out to accomplish some major travel goals around Europe, I started off by taking day trips to these cities in England, all of which are easily accessible by trains. And once you reach any of these, they are mostly best explored on foot. So wear your travel hat and get ready to shed some pounds, while you also save some.
Durdle Door National Park And Lulworth Cove
This port-side paradise is home to natural wonders like the Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove. Although, they are slightly away from the main city, the Durdle door national park can be easily reached by taxis. Available in plenty at Wool, the nearest railway station, Taxis are the fastest means of transport to the national park. To make it your cheapest option, interact with fellow travellers and express your opinion on sharing a taxi and its fare.
During our visit, my Palestinian friend Tamara and I called out to 3 Nepali girls and together we divided the 14pounds among the five of us. It's nice how simple agreements can lead to new friendships. And these little joys of travel will add to your precious memories. There are some more perks to the drive. You will drive through the spectacular south-western English countryside and also pass some lovely English cottages. Further, you also get dropped off at the park entrance, the most ideal point to start the two hour trek along the English Channel.