One of the most popular countries in the world, England is located in Europe. It is also the dream destination for a lot of people for its beauty and grandeur. With a great history behind it, it has a rich heritage and culture. The English countryside is one of the most peaceful places in the country. The most famous historical sites include the old castles on the countryside, Roman sites and the royal palaces. Each city in the country has its own charm.
England is generally divided into three regions based on the historical and linguistic groups, London, South East England and West Country. The English midlands are situated next to the Wales and the Northern England forms the region above Staffordshire. Main cities in England include London, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds and Brighton.
April-September is the best time to visit England
The major tourist season is during the spring and summer months when the temperature is hospitable. Most days in the summer season are warm, but not hot and the evenings are cooler. July and August have the maximum tourist crowd, and the streets are buzzing with people. The best time for sports lovers is between May and July when one can watch the Wimbledon or FA soccer games.
Heritage. Culturally rich. Good People. Amazing food. Proper transport system.
Too expensive. Rainfall at any hour.
Couples, heritage lovers, family, adventure lovers, sports lovers
An assortment of hotels and hostels are found in England. For budget travellers, hostels are the best option. There are also self-catering cottages where various historical organisations under National Trust allow visitors to stay. Bed and breakfast rooms are also available in the major towns and cities. Some of the popular hotel chains are Country House Hotels, Travelodge and Premier Inn. Camping is another option for staying in England, especially in the countryside.
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