Welcome to England. England is a small country that packs a punch!
Every time I fly into London and over the green fields of England, hymns from my very British upbringing start playing in my mind. England’s pleasant pastures and mountains green have been part of the fabric of my existence since my first visit at 13 years old.
Connections to England have brought me to the River Wye, and Stonehenge to witness the druids on the summer solstice and to travel through the Cotswolds and New Forest. England is full of lovely villages with village greens and Gothic churches. Visiting England is a delight. Period.
Bring your best tea drinking manners (you’ll be drinking oodles of it) and indulge in scones and clotted cream. All the clichés like “bangers and mash,” polite queuing and cricket in the village greens are REAL!
You just can’t tire of London. Leave yourself several days to explore this vibrant and diverse metropolis. There’s so much to do. From free museums, Bobbies, the London Eye, people spilling onto the streets from pubs, Piccadilly Circus, Hyde Park, Victorian buildings and Harrods. London. Walk. Get lost. Find the markets ( I never miss a chance to go to Borough Market in South Bank). London never loses its thrill.
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- Cambridge You can plan a day trip from London to visit this ancient university city. Punt down the river Cam and wander through the famous colleges where greats like Albert Einstein, Stephen Hawking and Charles Darwin studied. Pop into King’s College gorgeous chapel and listen to choirs sing. Wander the medieval centre of Cambridge and don’t miss the Eagle, a pub that opened in 1667. Follow my guide on what to see on a day trip to Cambridge.
Welcome To England: 5 Best Places To Visit
Seriously hard to pick the 5 top places to visit but here is a start to your trip planning.
- London: London is the capital city of England and one of the most iconic cities in the world. It’s home to world-famous landmarks such as the Tower Bridge, the British Museum, and the Big Ben, as well as vibrant neighborhoods like Soho and Camden.
- Bath: Bath is a beautiful city in southwestern England, known for its Roman baths and Georgian architecture. Visitors can explore landmarks such as the Roman Baths and the Royal Crescent, as well as enjoy the city’s many museums, galleries, and restaurants.
- Oxford: Oxford is a historic city in central England, known for its world-famous university and beautiful architecture. Visitors can explore landmarks such as the Bodleian Library and the Ashmolean Museum, as well as enjoy the city’s many parks, cafes, and shops.
- Cornwall: Cornwall is a beautiful region in southwestern England, known for its stunning coastline, picturesque villages, and rich cultural heritage. Visitors can explore landmarks such as St. Michael’s Mount and Tintagel Castle, as well as enjoy the region’s many beaches, hiking trails, and seafood restaurants.
- Lake District: The Lake District is a beautiful region in northwestern England, known for its stunning lakes, mountains, and countryside. Visitors can explore landmarks such as Lake Windermere and Scafell Pike, as well as enjoy the region’s many hiking and biking trails, and cozy pubs.