Surrey in the south-east of England is a county full of surprises. Just a short journey from London but a million miles from the capital’s hustle and bustle.

There is so much to see and do in Surrey, with wonderful attractions, a rich history and culture.

Egham is an ideal base whether you are planning day trips in to London or you simply want to explore the rolling countryside and vast woodlands. As reputedly England’s leafiest county you’ll discover the Surrey Hills Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), complete with the highest point in the south east of England, Leith Hill. Surrey has also got expanses of ancient heathland, beautiful stretches of waterways and many stunning scenic landscapes for you to discover!

Egham is a town in the Runnymede borough of Surrey. It is part of the London commuter belt and has its own railway station. It is conveniently located close to junction 13 of the M25 motorway and is situated 19 miles from London. It can be considered a university town as it has on its higher part, Egham Hill, the campus of Royal Holloway, University of London. Not far from Egham is Runnymede, where the historic document the Magna Carta was sealed.

Surrey’s vibrant market towns offer a great mix of shops and tasty variety of places to eat and drink as well as the picture postcard English villages ensuring people return to Surrey time and time again.

Egham, Surrey is a great base to discover the delights of the home counties of England, as well as the great attractions London has to offer.

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