Buckinghamshire is a county in south east England to the north of London. Major towns in Buckinghamshire include Milton Keynes, Beaconsfield, Buckingham, High Wycombe, Aylesbury, Chesham and Amersham. The southern part of Buckinghamshire is part of the affluent London commuter belt and enjoys the highest life expectancy and the best education results in the UK.
Places of interest in Buckinghamshire include Pinewood Film Studios, Silverstone motor racing circuit and Bletchley Park where the Alan Turing and his colleagues managed to crack the Enigma code during World War 2.
Famous people born in Buckinghamshire: Steve Redgrave, Olympic rower and Terry Pratchett, Author