If it’s good enough for Meghan and Harry…
If you’ve not been you’re in for a right Royal real treat. Home to the largest and oldest occupied castle in the world, a stunning park, a quaint and pretty town and much, much more – there’s always a good time to visit this beautiful Berkshire town (and not just when a Royal wedding is in Windsor!)
The Brit Crowd is blogging for the official tourism website of Windsor, giving you some of the best tips for a trip to this gorgeous town.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will say their vows in front of a global audience of millions and a Royal wedding in Windsor will well and truly put it in the spotlight.
To find out more, click on the links below which will take you to the Brit Crowd blog on the Visit Windsor webpage.
There’s nothing quite like messing around on the river. Here are my top tips for making the most of Windsor’s iconic asset
Shhhh…. don’t tell anyone – but Windsor is home to some rather gorgeous but top-secret gardens.
Fancy visiting one of them? Find out more here
Whether you’re a fan of four legs or four wheels, May was a fabulous time to visit Windsor. If you missed out on the action this time, discover why you should visit next year.
To celebrate the Queen becoming Britain’s longest reigning monarch, a beautiful path around Windsor has been created.
This 6.3km stroll takes in 63 of Windsor’s best and iconic sights, but which ones are my favourite? Find out here.
It might be over 2.5 miles from the Castle, but this walk to the Copper Horse is well worth it for the view alone – with some describing it as one of the best in Berkshire. Discover what makes it so special.
Oh yes it is! The Windsor Panto is on over the festive period and January, and it’s full of fun and silliness that the whole family will enjoy. What did I think of last year’s panto? Click on the link to find out more.
Discover why you should pay the town a visit during the most festive month of the year – and find out about a rather secret treat on Christmas Eve that only the locals know about!