Southampton Flights GuideSouthampton is the largest city in Hampshire County. Some of its attractions are the SeaCity Museum, Southampton City Art Gallery, Tudor House and Garden, Alpine Snowsports Centre, Exciting Escapes, Go Ape, sailing, Itchen Valley Country Park, Manor Farm Country Park, Medieval Merchants House, New Forest Wildlife Park, Royal Victoria Country Park, and Solent Sky Museum. If you love football (soccer), catch a game at Southampton Football Club as they compete in the Premier League.
You can take the bus or drive from Southampton to London, Cambridge, and Canterbury. You can catch a nonstop flight from Southampton to Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Belfast, and Nottingham. You can take a train from Southampton Central to Oxford and Portsmouth. You can drive to Wales and New Forest. You can take a ferry to the Isle of Wight.
As a southern UK city, Southampton is one of the warmer and sunnier cities in the UK. July and August are the warmest months of the year with average highs in the low 70s while January and February are the coldest months of the year with average highs in the high 40s. October to January are the wettest months of the year while rain for the rest of the year is relatively evenly spread out. May through August has the highest sunshine hours on average.
The best time to visit Southampton is during July and August when the temperature is at its peak and sunshine is relatively abundant.
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