England, United Kingdom - Destinations


Introduction to England, United Kingdom - Destinations

From quintessential English treasures like the academic town of Oxford, to the lakes and green hills of the Lake District and the capital city of London, England is a diverse tribute of tradition and innovative cultural scenes.

From the coast to the hills and cities, England has a wonderful regional diversity. London is a dichotomy of historic landmarks and cutting-edge art galleries, trendy shops, bars and restaurants.

Outside of London explore the history and heritage of the Georgian town of Bath, the quirky seaside town of Brighton and the pre-historic, one-pub villages in the countryside.

When's the best time to travel to England, United Kingdom - Destinations

Overall, the weather in England is mild and quite unpredictable. The winters are fairly cold and rainy and the summers can be warm and sunny with clouds and rain sometimes. The autumn and spring weather can be sunny and cool with showers. The autumn is a beautiful time of year in England with the leaves changing colours. Despite the English weather being moderate, extreme weather patterns have become more common. In recent years the summer temperatures have gone into the 30s and there have been disastrous floods in the winter and the spring in many parts of the country. Balancing the weather against how dense the crowds will be, the best time to visit England would be between April and early June or in September or October.

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