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The weather in Windsor
This is the climate diagram in Windsor. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. However, temperatures can go lower than 3° in Windsor in January. Bring your umbrella in December, the rainiest month of the year!
Find your ideal holiday home or apartment in Windsor
The historic market town of Windsor offers a great range of accommodation from houses to apartments that are ideal whatever the purpose of your stay in this picturesque area of southern England.
Excursion destinations in the area
London is only an hour to the east of Windsor but if you are looking for somewhere a little bit quieter, then why not go to Runnymede which is just 3 miles to the south. This area of grassland is best known as the site on which King John sealed the Magna Carta in 1215, the document which still forms the foundation of many of the freedoms which we have today. With much of it run by the National Trust, today it is the site of a number of memorials, symbomising the imortance of this area and the document to which it is linked.
Why not have a flutter on the horses at Windsor Racetrack?. The season begins in April and runs until October, with races usually held every Monday. If you have never been to a horse racing event before Windsor is an ideal place to start.
Places to visit in Windsor
The oldest and largest occupied castle in the world, Windsor Castle is the favoured weekend home of the Queen and has been popular with monarchs for nearly 1000 years. Though it is unlikely that you will run into the queen, tickets are available to visit this fascinating castle throughout the year.
The most visited theme park in the United Kingdom, Legoland is a dream for anyone with children and has enough to keep adults entertained as well with rides, models and workshops spread across the park.
Though it may be difficult to actually get inside and visit the school itself at the moment due to building work, from March 2017 tours will be offered of this iconic boarding school which has educated numerous British Prime Ministers and members of the Royal Family.
10 minutes north of WIndsor is the town of Slough where you can visit this collection of thousands of objects and artefacts that chart the history of one of the largest towns in the county of Berkshire.
Close to Windsor Castle is the site of many royal weddings and funerals over the centuries and one of the most historic religious sites in the country. Here you can visit the burial sites of countless British kings and queens in this magnificently maintained chapel that dates back to the 14th century.
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