Named for being the district of Bucca's home, Buckinghamshire is popular among commuters, backpackers and travellers for its proximity to London and yet Buckinghamshire has stories and histories to tell as you visit the place. It is bounded by popular counties with Northamptonshire in the north, Berkshire in the south, and Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire to the east and west, respectively. Greater London is near to the south east, making Buckinghamshire a popular destination for its geography. It is also bounded by four motorways being: M40 motorway, M1 motorway, M25 motorway and M4 motorway making it easy to travel within the county.
Aside from having a picturesque scenery that makes this county a popular spot to shoot for television shows and films, its natural wonders and places of interest is a bliss for those who would like to take a stroll along a beautiful rural county. One thing Buckinghamshire is known for is the infamous Hellfire Caves. Sir Francis Dashwood infamous Hellfire Club held meetings at Medmenham Abbey near Wycombe for their club activities and rites. It was so infamous that Sir Francis had caves dug up by hand to hide their activities from the public eye which gave birth to the Hellfire Caves.
Buckinghamshire is also known for natural features like Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Stowe Landscape Gardens and Bletchley park, which a place that played an important role in World War II in the field of communication. The park houses a museum for people to see history for themselves.
There are many more sights to see in Buckinghamshire like Chequers Court. This residence near Ellesborough contains many artefacts that link the place to the family of Cromwell and was once used as prison for the younger sister of Lady Jane Grey.
Buckinghamshire never runs out of stories to tell and one will never get tired of taking a walk in this county.
Beckonscot Model Village – This model pictures the original model village set in Beaconsfield. It's a popular attraction across all ages as everyone gets to experience become a giant and walk across the model towns.
Milton Keynes Museum – Describes as a underrated gem among tourist spots, this museum houses a rich history as you travel back to the 19th and 20th century.
Closest Airport: RAF Station Airport – 12.7 Miles
Closest City Centre to Aylesbury: London – 37.5 Miles
Closest must see location outside Buckinghamshire: Oxfordshire – 23.0 Miles