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London, one of the greatest cities in the world, is undoubtedly a prime attraction of any visit to England. But there are other fabulous cities to explore in the country, such as Brighton, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, and Manchester. Each of these cities has its own architectural wonders, distinctive urban culture, and thriving nightlife. Beyond the atmospheric streets of major cities, England is also home to celebrated monuments, like the cathedrals of Lincoln, Canterbury, and York, as well as countless fairy tale villages and rolling hills swathed in greenery.
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When to go to England
Rains in England, as they say, are unpredictable. This means that even the sunniest of days can end in a downpour. The English summer, which is also the peak season in the country and lasts from June to August, sees foreigners and locals flock to the country’s highlights. If you are not a fan of crowds, then plan your trip for either spring (March to May) or autumn (September to November). Both these seasons are usually warm and do not see much rain. The cold season has its own charm when it comes to England. The months of December, January, and February give travelers a chance to appreciate highlights in solitude, and parts of the Scottish Highlands see some snow during this time of year.
How long to stay in England
There is so much to see and do in England that one can spend several weeks in the country and feel there is still a lot left to discover. A focused, one-week tour allows you to cover all the major sights of London as well as Stonehenge and Windsor Castle. Alternatively, you can take a deep dive into its marvelous countryside during a jaunt lasting from ten days to two weeks, ticking off coasts and castles as you hike past lovely hills. Learn more.
Must-visit destinations in England
Trace the 2,000 years of history on the picturesque 135-kilometer-long National Trail that follows the Hadrian’s Wall, a Unesco World Heritage site dating back to the days of the Romans. Discover the quirkiness of the seaside town of Brighton. Lose yourself in the narrow medieval alleys of York and visit Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of William Shakespeare. Then gaze at the majestic Canterbury Cathedral, the cradle of Christianity in England. You might also want to take a ferry from Southampton to the Isle of Wight, a charming isle with a royal history, or head out to soak up the stunning vistas of Lake District National Park instead.
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England glitters with Christmas decorations in December. The days get shorter and the nights darker during this time of year, which only adds to the mood of the festival of lights. When visi... Read more