Tower Bridge, London
Big Ben, London
Buckingham Palace, London
Tower of London
England, overflows with history and culture and the fascinating British Empire has reached all corners of the globe. With so much to see within this tiny Isle, the famous city of London should be your first but not last stop.
Built along the Thames River, Dickensian, cobblestoned laneways, open up to charming streets as history unfolds around every corner. Guards change in front of Buckingham Palace, Big Ben chimes on the hour, the streets hum with musicians and artists, between world-famous markets showcasing a myriad of culture and local wares.
Surrounding the footprints of Shakespeare and The Beatles, English life has inspired the most significant literary figures and more musicians and artist than any other country in the world.
History and pageantry aside, England continues to evolve and reinvent itself, with state of the art innovation and cutting edge style.
Eclectic shopping, fashion and style mix together with the worlds most fabulous hotels, galleries and music venues. Restaurants, bars, cafes, and nightlife all revolve around England's ubiquitous Pubs. After a day of sightseeing, stop in and enjoy an Ale and Bangers-n-Mash.
Step away from the capital, and the opportunities for every traveller expand. Take a hike through the moors, rent a village cottage and immerse yourself in authentic British culture. Or, visit a country mansion and wander through a labyrinth of gardens in a bye-gone era of Jane Austin splendour.
From Kings and Queens to Lords, Duchesses and peasantry, each region have a different accent, abundant history and mesmerising charm.
Sunrise at Stonehenge is magical; Bath has its famous Roman Baths, University, comedy and music. View the White Cliffs of Dover, while the south-east sees quirky culture and excellent food combine. Visit the city of Manchester, home to the worlds most famous football team, Manchester United.
Drive through the stone fenced lush countryside and discover farmers who continue to offer their locally grown produce at roadside stalls. From one village and to another exceptional experience, await.
Best time to visit the United Kingdom
Pick your activities and the best time for your visit, so you are not left disappointed. Spring from late March to early June and Autumn from September to November are peak seasons with the climate usually warm and dry. Winter is frigid although major attractions are open all year round.