Wycombe is a district within the Buckinghamshire county of the UK. One of the largest towns here is High Wycombe, which has excellent rail links with the rest of the UK. Trains to Wycombe from Cardiff are run by Great Western Trains and depart regualarly throughout the day during weekdays and at weekends. The earliest train is at around 5:00 a.m. and the journey times vary between 3-4 hours depending on what time of day you travel. The latest train is at about 10:15 p.m. The journey between Cardiff and Wycombe includes two changes, both at London stations, although trains with three changes are also available with an additional change a Bath Spa. To reach Wycombe from Manchester, Virgin Trains run a regular service starting at 5:00 a.m. with the last train at about 10:30 p.m. This journey takes around 3.5 hours and includes two changes, both at London stations. Other train operators who provide a service for this route are Crosscountry, Chiltern Railways, London Midland and East Midland Trains.
High Wycombe is a large town situated on the river Wye and surrounded by the beautiful Chiltern Hills. Although Wycombe has a long and varied history, the town has undergone recent regeneration and modernisation. Eden shopping and entertainment complex provides a huge array of shops, cinemas and entertainment all under one roof. Historic buildings that remain in the town are The Corn Hall and the nearby Hughenden Manor, part of Hughenden Park. A quirky feature of the town are the Hell Fire Caves, a series of underground passageways and chambers which lead eventually to a banqueting hall 300 feet below ground and ultimately to the river Styx. Steeped in history, these caves are a unique and interesting feature of the town, if a little spooky.