England’s towns & countryside’s never fail to impress me. One of the days, we decided to do a day trip. We wanted to go explore an old England town that’s architectural and historical. So, we drove to Stamford. Can’t tell you how beautiful this town is ! Such rich heritage. Stamford is a town on the River Welland in Lincolnshire, England. It’s the finest stone town in England. Stamford was declared a conservation area in 1967. Its 92 miles north of London. (And 75.9 miles from Birmingham. We were staying in Birmingham, so we drove from here)
This town has amazing stone buildings and parish churches one can witness. All dated to 17th and 18th century. You can walk around the town, explore by foot, it’s perfect for a day trip. The streets, narrow lanes and historic stone buildings are amazing. We saw some really old timber framed buildings. It’s amazing to see how heritage is preserved here. It has some really good vintage shops and cafes. I had some really good coffee! Stamford is comparatively less touristy. If you love shows & performances you can visit Rutland Open Air Theatre. We did Burghley House too, but mostly walked around the town and soaked in the heritage. Stamford is a perfect one-day destination.