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The country of England is one of the four countries which constitutes the United Kingdom and occupies more than half of the island of Great Britain. The country is well known for its rich history evident from the presence of several UNESCO listed World Heritage properties. England is also known for its ancient universities - Oxford and Cambridge.

Laced by several beautiful rivers and small streams, the fertile land of England with its rolling countryside, stunning lakes, rugged cliffs and golden beaches has often been an inspiration to poets, writers, painters and filmmakers. The country’s history dates back to several centuries which have left behind magnificent buildings in the form of beautiful castles, cathedrals etc., many of which are still inhabited.

The country also has ancient cities such as Bath, where you will be able to watch the Georgian grandeur as well as get a glimpse of Romanian architecture. Some of the noteworthy places dating from ancient times are Roman Bath, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Stonehenge and so on. Those looking for modern attractions will delight in visiting places like Madame Tussauds, London Eye etc. Nature lovers will be enchanted with the scenic beauty of Cotswolds and the Lake District.

While visiting England, you must indulge in some of its exciting activities such as going for a Via Ferrata experience, Kite Buggying, kayaking or cruising on the River Thames. Your England trip will remain incomplete if you do not take a ride on London Eye, the giant Ferrari Wheel. England enjoys temperate weather with mild summers and winters. The country becomes exceptionally beautiful in spring when it's gardens get the blooming of the flowers, hence making it the best time to plan a visit here.

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  1. Which are the best places to visit in England?

    1. London: The capital of England, London is one of the best cities that you must explore during your trip to England. The city has a lot of heritage properties along with some modern-day attractions. Some of the main attractions for which the city is known include the London Eye - the giant Ferrari wheels with capsules attached, the clock tower Big Ben, the Tower of London, the British Museum etc.

    You must also include a visit to the Queen’s house at Buckingham Palace in your London itinerary. If you are visiting the city in spring, you will be delighted to see the flowers bloom in spots such as Covent Garden.

    Best Time: From March through May

    2. Cambridge: Feel excited as you visit Cambridge, a beautiful city that is perched on the edges of River Cam and is known best for its university. Visit this town, half of which has been occupied by 31 colleges of the University of Cambridge.

    Feel enchanted as you explore the other half of the town with its web of cobbled streets winding through eateries and shops. Take a tour of the university to see the UK's largest collection of preserved historic buildings along with stunning college grounds. Don’t forget to visit the amazing King's College Chapel while visiting this town.

    Best Time: From June to October

    3. Bath: A stunning historic city in England which you must visit is Bath. Located at a distance of only two hours from London, you can easily make a day trip to the city to visit its ancient buildings, especially the Roman Bath after which the city has been named. Built around Britain’s only hot spring, you will feel excited to see the bathing complex of the Roman Bath still flowing with natural hot water.

    The place will also give you a glimpse of Roman life in this city. Apart from this ancient place, you must also visit the Bath Abbey, Royal Crescent, The Bath Assembly Rooms etc. You may also opt for a Roman style relaxation at the Thermae Bath Spa if you wish to get de-stressed.

    Best Time: From early June through the end of September

    4. Liverpool: The city of Liverpool has been made famous for two things - The musical group Beatles and Liverpool Football Club. Explore this well-known city with beautiful historic buildings, museums, blooming gardens and many more.

    Learn about Beatles at The Beatles Story in Albert Dock and also the Cavern Club where they made their debut. To know more about Liverpool Football Club, visit the Anfield Stadium. Other places which you can include in your trip to this city are the historic Albert Dock, the Mersey ferry, the Liver Building and the Tate Gallery.

    Best Time: Late spring and summer seasons

    5. Manchester: The city of Manchester is well known for its art, media and higher education. Start your exploration of the city by visiting Castlefield where you will be able to walk around restored houses, old canals and will also be able to visit a reconstructed Roman fort.

    Apart from this place, you must also visit places such as Manchester Cathedral, Chetham’s Library, Townhall etc.  Football lovers would love a visit to the National Football Museum where they will come to know more about the top two football teams of Europe. You may also opt to catch a theatrical performance at the Opera House or go skiing at Chill Factor, Britain’s longest and widest indoor ski slope.

    Best Time: Between June and August

    6. Buckingham Palace: While in England, you must pay a visit to Buckingham Palace, the London residence of Her Majesty The Queen, which also serves as her office and administrative headquarters. The palace is open to the public only between April to September.

    Get a peek into the royal family home and their lifestyle as you stroll across the nineteen State Rooms of the palace. Feel awe-struck as you see the rooms decorated with treasures of Royal collections which includes paintings by legendary artists and also some of the Queen’s personal jewels. Be present at 11:30 am in the evening to see the changing of the guard process.

    Best Time: In the summer months

    7. Lake District: The scenic splendour of the Lake District(named after 16 glacial lakes), will mesmerise you with its view. You will feel enchanted as you visit the stunning Newlands  Valley sheltering a beautiful lake hidden amongst towering fells.

    Visit the Lake District National Parkan d explore the area by car, bus, bike or on foot. You may also opt for going on a hike or take a historic boat ride in the lake. Another place you can opt for a lake cruise is Lake Windermere. The district also has several other lakes which you can opt to visit. Apart from lakes, a few places you must not miss include Hill Top, Rydal Mount & Gardens etc.

    Best Time: In the months of June and July

    8. Cotswolds: The picturesque Cotswolds with its lush rolling hills and quaint villages will make you feel its old-world charm. You will be delighted while you visit the churches, mansions and the authentic thatched and beamed cottages. Climb up to Broadway Tower, the Cotswolds highest tower, in Worcestershire to get a stunning view of the English countryside.

    Visit the attractions of this town such as WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre, Broadway Tower, Westonbirt Arboretum, Highgrove Gardens, Gloucester Cathedral, Sudeley Castle etc. If you are a whiskey lover, you can stop at the Cotswolds Distillery and taste the very best artisan whiskey.

    Best Time: Months of May and September.

    9. River Thames: A major attraction of London is the River Thames, which is also an integral part of the City’s tourism. Passing through the bustling city of London, the beautiful river is one of the most important waterways of England. Enjoy the charming river by taking a walk along its bank or going on a bike ride in the evening.

    Opt to go for a day or a dinner cruise on the river to get a different perspective of the city of London along with its skyscrapers and ancient buildings. Enjoy a night view of the shining city during a night cruise. You can also participate in various exciting events at this river such as Totally Thames, Virgin Money London Marathon, Boat Race, Great River Race, and Mayor's New Year's Eve fireworks display.

    Best Time:  Late March to early June

    10. Bristol: Bristol, set inland on River Avon, is a city of vibrance and cultural hues. Pay a visit to the city which is known for its unique design marvels. The city will delight you with its beautiful gardens and art galleries. Families visiting the city must visit The Bristol Zoo Gardens and We The Curious science and art centre for the youngsters.

    They may also consider spending a fun day at Ashton Court Estate which provides a lot of outdoor activities. Other attractions you may consider visiting are Bristol Floating Harbour, St. Mary Redcliffe, Bristol Cathedral, Brunel's SS Great Britain, and many more.

    Best Time:  During the late spring and early-mid summer months.

  2. What are the best activities to do in England?

    1. Visit Stonehenge: History buffs will love visiting Stonehenge, a Neolithic site, located close to Amesbury in England. Feel thrilled as you visit yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site which dates back to 3000 BC and is known to be the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world.

    The magnificent site consists of standing and lying stones, some of which have been transported from South Wales. Take a walk around the place and learn more about different aspects of Stonehenge from free audio guides.

    Location: Amesbury, Salisbury SP4 7DE, UK
    Timings: 9:30 am to 5 pm

    2. Stroll at Tower of London: 
    Visit the iconic and most recognisable landmark of London, the Tower of London, a 900-year-old castle and UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the magnificent place and do not miss out on visiting the White Tower, the Jewel House – home of the priceless Crown Jewels,  The Royal Mint, The Medieval Palace, the ‘Bloody Tower’ and Tower Green.

    You may also get a chance to watch the ‘Ceremony of the Keys’ – the 700-year-old traditional ‘locking up’ of the Tower gates each evening.

     London EC3N 4AB, UK
    Timing: 10:30 to 16:30

    3. Marvel at Big Ben: 
    A star attraction of London is the famous clock tower, Big Ben, now named Elizabeth Tower, and located near Westminster Abbey in central London. Visit this hundred meter tall UNESCO World Heritage Site which was designed by Augustus Pugin and feel awe-struck looking at its grandeur.

    Big Ben is actually the nickname given to the Great Bell of the clock which is the second largest four-faced chiming clock in the world. It is a part of the Houses of Parliament and has been the iconic symbol of London for several centuries. 

    Location: Westminster, London SW1A 0AA, UK
    Timings:  Monday to Thursday: 9:30 am to 5:30 pm; Friday to Sunday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

    4. Explore the British Museum: 
    If you are interested in taking a look at ancient exhibits from around the world, visit the British Museum. Feel awe-struck as you stroll across the museum and take a look at more than 13 million artefacts from China, Egypt, Assyria, the Roman Empire, Babylonia, Greece, and Europe. Delight at spotting the most famous ancient artefacts of the museum, the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon in Athens, and also the famous Rosetta Stone.

    Great Russell Street, London
    Timings: 10.00 am – 5.00 am

    5. Spot wildlife at Chester Zoo: 
    Spend a day with around 11,000 animals belonging to 400 different species at Chester Zoo, spread across 125-acres of land. Located in Upton, a mile north of Chester city centre, this zoo is the largest and most popular zoo in the United Kingdom.

    Take a trip inside the place in the zoo’s very own monorail system. Feel excited as you see the various animal attractions such as Chimpanzee Island, a penguin pool, the Realm of the Red Ape, Tsavo Black Rhino reserve, the impressive Asian Elephant house, Fruit Bat Forest and the newly opened Islands at Chester Zoo.

     Chester CH2 1EU, UK
    Timings: Monday – Sunday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

    6. Pay a Visit to Canterbury Cathedral: 
    Pay a visit to the  Canterbury Cathedral, the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is known as the cradle of English Christianity. Feel enchanted as you visit this stunning cathedral with its tradition to welcome visitors as per the days of medieval pilgrimage.

    Observe the intricately carved masonry on the exterior as you go on a guided tour. You may also opt to go on the 40 minutes audio tour if you wish to explore the place by yourself.

    11 The Precincts, Canterbury, England
    Timings: Monday to Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm; Sunday: 12:30 pm to 5 pm.

    7. Meet celebrities at Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum: 
    Feel excited seeing famous faces in their wax form at the Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum. Delight in watching more than 250 lifelike wax figures on display, portraying famous musicians, Hollywood actors, and even the members of the royal family.

    Feel exhilarated as you take your picture with Kate Winslet, Madonna, Ed Sheeran, and Benedict Cumberbatch and take a look at David Beckham and Usain Bolt. Children will be super excited to get the opportunity to meet their favourite Marvel Super Heroes and heroes and villains from Star Wars movies.

    Madame Tussauds, Marylebone Rd, London NW1 5LR
    Timings: 10 am to 4 pm

    8. Relax at Holkham Beach: 
    Go on a picnic on the magical Holkham Beach, which is destined to take your breath away. Located on the north of Norfolk Coast, the renowned beach is the star attraction of Norfolk and is a part of the Holkham Nature Reserve.

    Spend some time on this most unspoilt beach with a vast stretch of golden sand and open landscapes merging with the skyline. Feel excited to explore the semi-circular basin, which, at very high tides, rapidly fills to form a stunning shallow lagoon.

    Holkham, North Norfolk
    Timings: 10 am-4 pm

    9. Wander at Durham Castle: 
    The magnificent Durham Castle is a World Heritage site that you must visit to experience over 1000 years of history of the place. Built in the Norman period as an imposing fortress, the castle has been often affected by major historical events and was transformed in the Victorian period into a place of learning, as the founding college of Durham University.

    Visit the 18th-century castle and take a 45 minutes tour of the place to understand how a castle has evolved to modern-day life while retaining its ancient beauty.

     Durham Castle, Palace Green, Durham, DH1 3RW
    Timings: Tours start at 1.15pm, 2.15pm, 3.15pm and 4.15pm. During vacations, tours start at 10.15 am, 11.15 am and 12.15 noon.

    10. Enjoy Chinatown: 
    Spend some time at China Town, located in London’s West End and get the essence of Chinese culture as you enter the place and find a distinct melange of paper lanterns, shops, restaurants and cafes, that has been bounded by four ornate and imposing gates.

    Embark on a shopping expedition and purchase interesting trinkets and wares along with ornate paper lanterns and authentic Maneki-Neko. You can also go for a Karaoke experience in one of the joints or admire the Chinese art at Chinese Art Now. You must not leave this place until you have tried out some Chinese street food and desserts.

    55-57 Charing Cross Rd, London WC2H 0BL, UK, United Kingdom
    Timing:  12 pm - 12 am

  3. How is the nightlife in England?

    1. Dinner cruises on the Thames: Capture the beauty of London at night by going on a dinner cruise on the River Thames. Enjoy the beauty of the major sights of the city glittering with lights. Enjoy the live entertainment onboard while having your delicious dinner.

    2. Clubbing at Leeds: If you are looking for an England clubbing experience, head towards Leeds West Indian Centre which transforms into a club at night. Go for the Subdub night which includes drum N bass, reggae, and dub and caters to crowds of all ages. 

    3. Grab a Millionaire Mojito at the House of Smith: Feel like a VIP as you get a Millionaire Mojito, a bottle of champagne and one with a mixer for white rum. Look out for Vegas themed Fridays, Sos Grand Slams and Waikiki Tuesdays as you plan your visit.

    4. Hang out at The Hockley Arts Club, Nottingham: This unique place with a vintage interior and amazing cocktail drinks is surely one where you would like to hang out during one of your dinners. 

    5. Take a Ghost Bus Tour, London: Looking for a creepy night? Take a ride in a Ghost Bus and feel chills down your spine as you hear stories of London’s underbelly and watch the performance of the onboard actors.

    6. Go for a Jazz Cruise: Hop on a Jazz Cruise in London to enjoy live jazz soundtracks while having a delicious dinner. Look out for popular landmarks looking beautiful in the night light.

    7. Bike around River Thames: Enjoy a bike ride along the banks of the River Thames at night and visit two iconic markets of London during your trip.

  4. What is the best time to visit England?

    England is to be best visited during spring. This happens in the period between late March to early June. The weather during this time is warm and dry and you will be able to see the British gardens filled with exquisite spring flowers. Visit during Easter in the month of April to take part in the country’s festive celebration.
  5. How to reach England?

    You can reach England either by air or by train:

    By Flight: England is well-connected with the rest of the world by air through its 20 airports with Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport, Bristol Airport, and Stansted being the most important ones.

    By Train: London is connected to several European cities such as Berlin, Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam.

  6. What is England famous for?

    England is best known for its rich history which can be glimpsed through its heritage properties spread throughout the country. It is also known for its Royal family along with their beautiful castles, some of them standing for centuries but still in use.

    The country also has traces of Roman architecture in the cities that were inhabited by Romans centuries ago. Apart from its rich historical treasures, the country is also well-known for its ancient universities - Oxford and Cambridge. The country also has some modern attractions such as the London Eye, Madame Tussauds, etc.
  7. How many days are enough to explore England?

    You can go on a 9-day tour to explore the important cities and landmarks of England. An ideal itinerary for 9 days would be as follows:

    • Day 1: Arrive at London

    • Day 2: Explore London attractions such as Buckingham Palace, London Eye, the Thames river and more. 

    • Day 3: Meet celebrities at the Wax Museum, Madame Tussauds

    • Day 4: Visit famous Birmingham places such as Symphony Hall, the Hippodrome, etc.

    • Day 5 Explore Liverpool attractions such as the Cathedral, the Maritime Museum, and  Anfield Station.

    • Day 6: Visit the city known for its football culture, Manchester

    • Day 7: Visit the university city Oxford

    • Day 8: Return to London

    • Day 9: Depart from England

  8. What are the famous things to buy in England?

    1. British Tea: England’s Breakfast Tea is well-known all over the world

    2. Cadbury’s Chocolate: Purchase some Cadbury chocolates from the place they originated

    3. Miniature English Landmark Key Chain: Excellent as a souvenir or piece of memorabilia.

    4. Union Jack-Printed Item: Union jack print is recognised worldwide. Purchase a t-shirt, a tote bag etc with this print.

    5. Harrods Soft Toy: Get one of their annual teddy bears or another cuddly toy for your little one from this famous outlet.

  9. Which are the best historical sites to visit in England?

    1. Roman Baths at Bath: Get a glimpse of the lives of Romans living in England in the bygone times by paying a visit to the famous Roman Baths in the city of Bath. Learn more about them by visiting the museum.

    2. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard: One of the historical places to visit in England is the Dockyard of Portsmouth which still has three of the most famous warships of the British -  HMS Victory, HMS Warrior and Mary Rose. Pay a visit to the Royal Navy Museum during your visit to this place.

    3. Stonehenge:  Visit this UNESCO World Heritage Site which dates back to 3000 BC and is known to be the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world. Walk across the place while listening to the free audio guide available. 

    4. Windsor Castle: Visit the Gothic-style Windsor Castle, which is the oldest and largest inhabited castle in the world. Stroll across the spectacular castle garden and take a look at the wonderful treasures of the State Apartments which includes masterpieces by Holbein, Rubens and Van Dyck. 

    5. Ironbridge Gorge: Visit the 5.5 square kilometre bridge which has its significance in the Industrial Revolution of the 18th century and is often referred to as the birthplace of modern-day industry.
  10. What are the best adventure things to do in England?

    1. Take a trip in a vintage VW camper: Rent out a vintage VW camper at Cornwell and embark on a road trip to visit places like St. Ives, Eden Project, Padstow, Tingatel etc. 

    2. Go for Kite-buggying: Take a trip to East Sussex to indulge in the adventurous activity of kite-buggying. This fun activity combines kite-flying and go-karting and is a thrilling way to zip across the sand at up to 50mph in a low three-wheeler. 

    3. Feel Thrilled during Via Ferrata: If you want to embark on an activity that gives you an adrenaline rush, go to Honister Slate Mine to participate in England’s first Via Ferrata. This thrilling activity is one where you travel around 3 hours through a  series of steel ladders and bridges drilled into the rockface to follow a Victorian miners’ route to the summit of Fleetwith Pike.

    4. Kayak on the River Thames: Get a new perspective of the city of London by embarking on a kayaking trip on the River Thames. Feel excited as you pass the famous landmarks of London and admire them from the water.

    5. Stay overnight in the zoo: Feel thrilled as you spend a night in the London Zoo and get a magical moonlight animal tour. Hear the sounds of wild animals as you doze off to sleep and wake up in the morning at the sound of a roaring lion.
  11. Which are the famous cities to explore in England?

    1. London: London is the capital of England and is one of the most famous cities of not only England but of the World. Visit the star attractions of the city such as Big Ben, London Eye, Buckingham Palace etc during your visit to this city. 

    2. Bath: If you are a Jane Austen novel fan, you must visit this ancient city whose mention has been frequently found in her novels. Visit the Roman Bath, the star attraction of Bath along with other ancient places of attraction in the city such as Bath Abbey, Bath Assembly Rooms etc.

    3. Cambridge: Your England trip itinerary must include a visit to Cambridge which is not only known for its famous university but is also a beautiful town full of ancient architectural buildings and cobbled paths. Visit the university and its beautiful grounds and look out for the beautiful King’s Chapel.

    4. Liverpool: Take a trip to the city which is well known for its Liverpool Football Club and the musical band Beatles. Visit some of the other attractions of this city as well such as Walker Art Gallery, Philharmonic Hall, Royal Albert Dock etc. 

    5. Oxford: Another city in England which should be a part of your bucket list is Oxford, also famous for its age-old university. Also known as the city of the Dreaming Spires, the city will impress you with its mix of the ancient world with modern times. Visit the University campus with its colleges, chapels, towers etc.
  12. Which are the best museums to visit in England?

    1. The British Museum: Take a day-long trip to the British Museum to check out its impressive collection of treasures from around the world starting from the period of more than two million years ago. 

    2. Beamish: Visit this living, a working museum which is set in 300 acres of Durham countryside and will give you a glimpse of what life was like in North-east England in the 1820s, early 1900s and 1940s.

    3. Natural History Museum: Stroll across this iconic London museum to observe its marvellous exhibits ranging from dinosaur skeletons, blue whale skeletons etc. Learn more about the various historic periods from the talks by scientists.

    4. JORVIK Viking Centre: This recently opened museum uses real archaeology to tell you the story of the Vikings who lived on the site in 960 AD.  Feel excited looking at the recreation of the Coppergate excavations through a glass floor as video footage is projected onto the walls to tell you the story of the dig. Take a trip to Viking-age York by travelling by time capsule.
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18 November 2019
Even though the building looks a little ancient the overall feel of the place is very futuristic. It is not something that we get to see everyday. The kids are also going to love it. A good place to learn and have some fun! Must visit.
09 January 2020
Always wonder where the word GMT came from. Haha! My trip to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich was extraordinary. I got to discover a lot and it was an insightful tour. The tickets I got were from Thrillophilia. I did a lot of cool stuff like standing right on the meridian line and also took a lot of photos with my friends. Overall, a blissful experience providing a rich learning opportunity to people like me. I would definitely want every holidaymaker to visit this place.
12 September 2019
The best way I can describe my entire experience starting with getting my tickets from Thrillophilia to touring around St. Paul's Cathedral would be to the day that it was simply amazing. The place was so quiet and soothing, it was the kind of thing I wanted towards the end of my first-day tour in London. A side note, Just make sure you have a valid ID proof along with the tickets, it is important.
12 February 2020
I had a great time at St. Paul's Cathedral. The experience was sublime and I loved every bit of it. The place was amazing and we got a chance to just relax and enjoy some peace in the Cathedral. It is a definite recommendation from my end to every tourist visiting London. Trust me, advance booking your tickets take a load off of you.
04 February 2020
What elegance, I must say, my trip to the Buckingham Palace Queen's Gallery was breathtaking. I got to explore the ancient culture and traditions that have lived throughout history through the beautiful paintings and sculptures present.
13 February 2020
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My visit to the Imperial War Museum was insightful and really inspiring. I got to see a ton of war artilleries from the time of World War. Upon entering it will take you some time but the place will really grow on you. I must say that the guide was also thorough about the entire place.
16 December 2019
Gauranga Nambeesan Kensington Palace Tickets
Kensington Palace is very grand and beautiful. The palace also carries a rich history that we learned a lot about from the people there. If you are interested in architecture and history then visit as I got bored after sometime.
22 October 2019
Abhaidev Gowda Kensington Palace Tickets
It is a royal palace with a distinct architectural design that is really beautiful for the visitors. I really admired the entire ambiance of the place and the tour was just perfect. I strongly recommend everyone to visit the place on their tour to London.
09 December 2019
I got a chance to relax and me and my parents just sat in the garden and admired it's beauty. We spent around 30 minutes there walking around. Overall, it was nice experience but nothing special.
17 November 2019
The Kew Gardens was the perfect addition to my overall London trip. Upon reaching I visited the place towards the evening and I must tell you what a relaxing feeling it was. It was great sitting amidst the raw nature and enjoying some time in peace. We also took a lot of pictures and overall, we enjoyed the place very much.

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