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1 wk in england. been to london.

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1 wk in england. been to london.

We are planning one week in England/Scotland. Thinking about 2 days near Edinburgh, 2 days Lake district, 2 days southern England then flying out of heathrow. Should we be looking at a car or are there trains that we could use to maneuver through this itinerary.

any help would be appreciated.

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1. Re: 1 wk in england. been to london.

Why not just concentrate on Scotland - and N. England as well, if you really want to? Plenty to see up there, rather than waste your days travelling all over the place?

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2. Re: 1 wk in england. been to london.

Yes, there are trains. see nationalrail.co.uk

London to Edinburgh - 4-5 hours.

What is it you want to get out of the trip?

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3. Re: 1 wk in england. been to london.

I agree, with only one week, stick to Northern England and Scotland. I will leave the Scotland information for others to fill in but there is lots to do and see in Cumbria, Northumberland and maybe even down as far as Durham.

www.visitcumbria.com

www.visitnorthumberland.com

www.thisisdurham.com

4. Re: 1 wk in england. been to london.

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