Be it the lively vibrancy of the capital or the quaint calm of the rolling hills in the countryside, England has charm and attractions aplenty.
It may be relatively small in size, but this 'green and pleasant land' has more than enough attractions on offer. The sheer diversity of its landscapes - from cutting-edge skyscrapers and grand historic architecture to dense forests and beautiful beaches - is reason enough to entice travellers from far and wide to spend their holidays in England. Be it combing the beaches of Bournemouth or tracking down the Beatles in Liverpool, our England tours are ideal for those wishing to discover the sights and attractions right on our doorstep
As the largest country in the United Kingdom, those visiting England have approximately 2750 miles of coastline to choose from. The rugged and fossil-strewn Jurassic coast is justifiably beloved, as is the lively resort town of Weymouth and Cornwall's picturesque Isles of Scilly. England holidays also offer the chance to bask in nature, be it hiking in the Lake District, exploring Dorset or on tours of the Cotswolds. Its towns and cities, meanwhile, provide world-class attractions such as Big Ben, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace in the capital and nearby Harry Potter World at Warner Bros Studio, as well as historic sights like Beaulieu Palace House, Windsor Castle and Chester’s Roman walls.
Traditional scones with cream, jam and, of course, tea, will always be top of the list.
However, there is much more to England than its quaint treats.
Given its expansive coastline, England boasts a wide range of seafood. From mussels in Devon and lobster in Cornwall to cod in Yorkshire and Northumberland's kippers, you'll find it's fresh and plentiful.
It can definitely be said that the country is one of cheese lovers. Among the many favourite varieties are Cheddar, Stilton, Wensleydale, and Red Leicester.
Embarking on tours in England means being able to try a host of regional dishes, be it Lancashire hotpot, Cornish pasties, Bedfordshire Clangers or Bakewell pudding.
Thinking of holidaying in this ‘green and pleasant land’? Here are some often-asked questions.
From the Cotswolds to the Lake District, England is known for its quaint and traditional towns and villages. Some of the best-loved picturesque towns include Upper Swell in Gloucestershire, Polperro in Cornwall and Cerne Abbas in Dorset.
Thanks to the wide variety of both indoor and outdoor attractions, England holidays can be enjoyed all year round. Generally speaking, England has cool, wet winters and warm summers, and doesn’t see the extreme weather many other countries experience.
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