It's so easy to get to Buckinghamshire that you will soon see why it's a favourite for city dwellers looking to get out of town. Indeed, it's ideal for either a day trip or an extended weekend break. Nestled among the Chiltern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, the county truly is blessed with a beautiful landscape.
The main stations serving the county from London are Marylebone and Paddington and you can reach High Wycombe or Buckingham in under 30 minutes. The other major calling points in the county are Amersham, Aylesbury, Chesham and Winslow.
High Wycombe draws visitors from miles around to its enormous Eden Shopping Centre, as well as the mythical Hellfire Caves. These are located in the nearby charming village of West Wycombe, surrounded by miles of rolling green hills. In Buckingham, wander across 250 acres of walking trails around the gorgeous Stowe House, which has monuments and temples to explore on the grounds. In Chesham, see the amazing Ashridge Estate, built in the 19th century in the extravagant Gothic Revival style. To find out about Buckinghamshire events, exhibitions, markets and more, go to the Visit Buckinghamshire website or check out the Twitter feed on the right. Trains to Buckinghamshire depart from Oxford, Bedford, Reading and Northampton.
It's easy to reach to the county with trains to Buckinghamshire. Journeys from London Marylebone to High Wycombe are often direct, with no stops on the service provided by Chiltern Railways. Trains are particularly frequent too, departing every 15 to 30 minutes on average. Bedford to Milton Keynes Central takes under an hour, usually changing at Bletchley and calling at Millbrook, Ridgmont and Fenny Stratford among other key calling points. This journey is provided by West Midlands Trains.
The journey from Reading to Aylesbury takes around 2 hours, with a change at London Paddington before carrying on through Harrow-on-the-Hill, Amersham and Stoke Mandeville. The service is run by Great Western and Chiltern Railways. This makes Buckinghamshire a wonderfully well-provisioned county for travelling to by train, serving as a nexus between Berkshire, Oxfordshire, Bedfordshire, London and other surrounding locations. Whether coming for the day for a quick escape into the country or spending a long weekend shopping, sightseeing and soaking in the history, trains to Buckinghamshire are the start of an unforgettable holiday.
These are the key train stations in Buckinghamshire. Why not look at each of them and consider somewhere off the beaten track for a return visit to this gorgeous rural county?
The main train station in Buckinghamshire is Milton Keynes Central. Check out live arrivals and station facilities for Milton Keynes Central.
The primary operator of trains to Buckinghamshire is London Northwestern Railway. You can also catch Avanti West Coast services to Milton Keynes.
It's easy to bag cheap train tickets to Buckinghamshire. We'd recommend using a Railcard, buying your ticket in advance or travelling during Off-Peak hours if you can. Read our cheap train tickets guide to find out more.
There are frequent daily services to Buckinghamshire, although there may be fewer services on weekends and bank holidays. Check our live train times for up-to-date information on trains to Buckinghamshire.