Destinations of: England


One of the world’s greatest cities where impressive monuments, museums, historical landmarks, a vibrant theatre and cultural scene, top restaurants, cosy pubs and the iconic black cab offer a glimpse of a rich heritage. While many of London's landmarks and tourist attractions are within walking distance of each other, if time is short take the Tube or a bus. And while it is impossible to run out of things to see and do in this vast metropolis, when the feet protest it might be time catch a show at a West End theatre. And while London might be one of the most expensive tourist destinations in the world, the city has numerous museums, galleries, parks, churches and landmarks which charge no entry fee and are free to visit.


Labelled the ‘Garden of England’ for its iconic English countryside, where medieval manor houses, abbeys, cathedrals and castles are remarkable for their splendour and stirring history. Canterbury and its majestic cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Listed site and the location of the martyrdom of Saint Thomas Beckett. The cathedral was famously the destination of Chaucer's merry band of pilgrims as well as John Bunyans more serious travelers. Take a day trip from London, enjoy a day at the beach, walk the English Coastal path, explore Dover's white cliffs, discover the secrets of Anne Boleyn's Hever Castle or Henry VIII's Leeds Castle, said to be the loveliest in the world. Or do your sightseeing sitting down on a heritage railway tour.

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