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Map of Windsor

Map of Windsor Map of Windsor

LEGOLAND® Adventure Golf

LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort, Winkfield Road, Windsor, UK

Windsor Maidenhead Boat Company

Weir Bank, Monkey Island Ln, Bray, Maidenhead SL6 2ED

Windsor Carriages

32 Francis Chichester Close, Ascot, UK

Windsor Mini Chocolatier Workshop

Dr Choc's Windsor Chocolate Factory, 23 Thames Street, Windsor, UK

LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort

Legoland Windsor, Windsor, United Kingdom SL4 4AY

History on Wheels

History on Wheels Motor Museum, Common Road, Windsor, UK

Windsor Great Park

Windsor Great Park, London, Windsor, UK

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle, Windsor, UK

French Brothers

Windsor SL4 5JH, UK

Information about Windsor

Windsor, framed by the flowing waters of the River Thames, stands as an iconic town in the heart of Berkshire, South-East England. Windsor is renowned for its regal history, majestic castle, and charming atmosphere. With a lineage that traces back centuries, Windsor is a destination that seamlessly blends historical grandeur with modern delights, offering visitors a captivating glimpse into the past and a vibrant present.

Windsor Castle, the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, dominates the town’s skyline with its magnificent turrets and imposing walls. Serving as a royal residence for over 900 years, the castle invites visitors to explore its opulent State Apartments, admire the exquisite St. George’s Chapel, and stroll through the beautifully manicured gardens. The Changing of the Guard ceremony, a time-honoured tradition, unfolds in the shadow of the castle, adding to the regal ambiance.

There are lots of things to do in Windsor beyond the castle. The Long Walk, a tree-lined avenue stretching from the castle to the impressive Copper Horse statue atop Snow Hill, provides a scenic stroll with breathtaking views of the castle and Windsor Great Park. The park itself offers vast green expanses, tranquil lakes, and a variety of outdoor activities.

Windsor’s historic town centre, with its cobbled streets and Tudor-style buildings, is a charming destination for shopping, dining, and cultural exploration. Eton College, located just across the river, boasts its own historic charm, with its 15th-century chapel and picturesque surroundings.

The River Thames, meandering through Windsor, offers opportunities for boat trips and leisurely walks along the riverbanks. The town’s bustling market, held twice a week, showcases a diverse array of goods, from fresh produce to artisan crafts.

Windsor’s cultural scene is enriched by venues like the Windsor Theatre Royal, hosting a variety of performances from West End productions to local shows. The town’s international cuisine, showcased in its numerous restaurants and pubs, caters to diverse tastes.

As the sun sets, Windsor’s riverside pubs and quaint tea rooms offer a perfect setting to relax and soak in the atmosphere. The town’s lively nightlife, with its eclectic mix of bars and entertainment venues, ensures that visitors can unwind in style.

In essence, Windsor invites exploration of its regal heritage, picturesque landscapes, and vibrant town life. There are lots of things to do in Windsor, promising a delightful blend of history, culture, and contemporary pleasures for every visitor.

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