Travelling to England

Royal family, tea, punk culture and fish and chips!

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Février 2020

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Why visit England?

Travelling in England means discovering true English traditions while totally immersed in the country.

The royal family, tea, punk culture and fish & chips... England is a true blend of avant-garde  and traditions. England’s green countryside and vibrant cities make it an ideal destination for those who love creativity, culture, nightlife, and music. England is unique, brimming with history, and knows how to stand out from the crowd and get noticed with its quirky side. There is so much to see and do in this beautiful country with its wide open spaces and high-spirited cities.

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Where  and when to go to England?

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The English countryside is calm and peaceful with a warm welcome, inviting visitors to discover its vast heritage. Visit Port Isaac, a small picturesque village near Cornwall, and enjoy the stunning beauty of the landscape. London will naturally draw you in and will feel a little cooler than destinations further south.

To enjoy London in mild and pleasant weather, visit the city between May and September. Temperatures are around 24°C during summer, offering welcome relief from hotter destinations. On the other hand, winter can be quite wet, but the Christmas illuminations make up for any bad weather.

London is not the only destination in England. Manchester is another must-see city. With its cosmopolitan districts and Salford Quays, its cultural heart, it will delight all travellers. Birmingham, the cradle of the Industrial Revolution, is perfect for those who enjoy heritage tourism. The city has reinvented itself and is also home to quality shops and museums, as well as a rich cultural scene.

Among the most popular destinations in the United Kingdom, there is of course the British Museum in London. But why stop at England? Take a trip to discover Scotland, a wonderfully unique and green country. Visit Edinburgh Castle, or the lake that is supposedly home to the Loch Ness Monster. For a more intimate trip, Wales definitely deserves a visit.