Travelling around Bishop’s Stortford
Shaped by the River Stort, Bishop’s Stortford is a pretty market town that offers both riverside walks and excellent transport links. The town’s architecture reflects its history with Edwardian and Victorian cottages sitting alongside more modern developments.
There are castles and museums a-plenty in ‘Stortford’, as it is known by the locals, making it the perfect place for a visit if you’re something of a history lover. Look out too for the selection of galleries and antique shops that allow visitors to take a piece of the area’s heritage away with them.
One of London’s prettiest commuter towns, Bishop’s Stortford has excellent links to the capital with regular trains to London’s Liverpool Street (that take around 30 minutes) and easy access to the M11. And, thanks to Arriva buses, getting from Stortford to Harlow, Thorley Park, Stansted Airport and everywhere in between, couldn’t be easier.