Inside the new issue: capital day trips to royal honeymoon destinations (Issue 203)

    The Pompeian Garden at Dyffryn House and Gardens. Credit: National Trust Images/Andrew Butler
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    In the April/May 2018 issue, we pick some of our favourite day trips within an hour of London, Edinburgh and Cardiff. We also look at where the Royal family like to go on honeymoon and chat to BBC presenter Lucy Worsley

    Capital day trips

    Whether you’re a lifelong city resident or flying in for a week from abroad and keen to explore, why not go on a day out in easy reach of Cardiff, Edinburgh and London. We’ve cherry-picked 27 top spots in the magazine. Here, we preview three in Cardiff

    Royal honeymoons


    Broadlands in Hampshire
    Broadlands in Hampshire. Credit: robertharding/Alamy

    Ahead of Harry and Meghan’s wedding, we explore the history behind two of our monarchy’s favourite honeymoon destinations – Polesden Lacey in Surrey and Broadlands in Hampshire

    24 hours in… Aberdeen

    His Majesty’s Theatre Aberdeen

    His Majesty’s Theatre. Credit: UK City Images/Alamy

    We dive into harbour life in Scotland’s third largest city with our guide to the essentials

    County guide: Warwickshire  

    Coombe Abbey

    Stay at Coombe Abbey, a former royal residence

    From pioneering stately homes to sporting heritage, there is much more to Warwickshire than simply being the home of William Shakespeare. We recommend some of the key places to visit and recommend hotels and inns 


    My Britain: Lucy Worsley
    Lucy Worsley

    Lucy Worsley works at Hampton Court Palace. Credit: Gareth Iwan Jones

    We chat to BBC presenter and chief curator of the Historic Royal Palaces Lucy Worsley about Jane Austen, Balmoral and Henry VIII

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