Travel to Elmbridge
Bordering the southwest of London
, the district of Elmbridge
comprises a delightful mix of bustling towns, picturesque canals and countless green spaces. It's little wonder it's so often voted the UK's most desirable place to live!
The heart of London is just a few miles away, but rather than travel by train, why not arrange for a cheap and convenient car share? Simply book a ride from Elmbridge to London
, be it for a one-off journey or a regular commute. Embrace the sharing economy with Liftshare and cut down the cost of your travel today.
Top Elmbridge attractions
If you regard yourself as a bit of a car enthusiast, or simply love a bit of four-wheeled eye candy, then you won't want to pass up the chance of visiting Mercedes-Benz World
in the town of Weybridge
. Check out the latest models, get behind the wheel of a simulator or opt for the real deal with a thrilling driving experience.
You can stick with the motor vehicle theme at Daytona Sandown Park
, which just so happens to be one of the country's finest go-karting venues. Spin round the 900 metre GP circuit, or challenge friends to a thrilling race round the 475 metre long Indy track.
If you're travelling with children, or merely feel like releasing your inner child for the day, then look no further than the Chessington World of Adventures Resort
. Located just a few miles east of Esher, this all-encompassing resort features a theme park, zoo and sea life centre. Choose from over 40 thrilling rides and attractions, get up close to gorillas and tigers in the zoo or check out the penguin enclosure!
Explore the local area
Fancy exploring the outdoors? You've come to the right place. The woodland area of Esher Commons is an official site of scientific interest and attracts bird watchers, horse riders, joggers and dog walkers keen to stretch their legs in beautiful surroundings.
Elsewhere, the charming town of Weybridge
is located just south of the River Thames, offering easy access to London whilst still retaining that countryside feel. The idyllic Wey Navigation canal was the first of its kind in the country and cuts through the heart of the town, with lavish homes and eateries dotted along its banks.
You'll also find plenty of independent boutiques and cosy cafés, restaurants and bars in and around the town.