England Travel Guide

England, the largest and most populous portion of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is bounded by Wales and the Irish Sea on the west and Scotland on the north. The English Channel, the Strait of Dover, and the North Sea separate it from the continent of Europe. London, the capital of Great Britain, is located in the southeastern portion of England. The Thames and the Severn are the longest rivers. England has a mild climate, attributable to warm currents in the surrounding seas. Most of the region is subject to much wet weather, and some of it experiences severe cold, but in general the climate is favorable to a wide variety of agricultural and industrial pursuits.

Aside from all of the famous shopping, dining, architecture and attractions of London, England is home to a wide range of diverse regions offering a variety of experiences including the industrial heartland and second largest UK city of Birmingham as well as the music and art capital of Bristol and the seaside resort town of Brighton. Not to be forgotten is the cosmopolitan city of Liverpool boasting landmarks and nightlife, as well as Nottingham, famous as the home of Nottingham Castle, Sherwood Forest and the home of Robin Hood. Manchester is a major sporting hub thanks to a certain famous soccer team while York offers a more ancient atmosphere with its Roman, Viking and Medieval remains. More about the Regions on England

Regions of England


England is home to a wide range of accommodation options including affordable hostels, self-catering apartments and cottages, bed and breakfasts, hotels and motels. Concentrated in the city as well as the surrounding countryside, accommodation is conveniently located in close proximity to shopping, dining, public transport, entertainment and attractions. While all accommodation options are clean and comfortable, price points vary due to size, location and the range of onsite facilities available. The wide range of accommodation available caters to all travellers and budgets. Book England Accommodation


England is best known for its history, tradition and architecture and its impressive medieval cathedrals and more recent postmodern buildings are a testament to that. From charmingly quaint villages to awe-inspiring prehistoric stones, there are a number of historical, cultural and natural attractions to be found in England. From fortified castles and grand mansions to innovative art and cutting-edge style, you’ll find almost everything in the nation’s capital of London, including the latest shopping. No trip to England would be complete without seeing famous Windsor Castle, the majestic Stonehenge, Oxford’s dreaming spires or the Georgian Baths. More about attractions in England

England Facts

Famous scientists Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking all came from England. Famous author William Shakespeare was also from England. One of the biggest exports from England is its beef. More tea is consumed per capita by the English than anywhere else in the world. England is 3 times smaller than Japan, 59 times smaller than Australia and 74 times smaller than the USA yet is 1.5 times more populous than California and 2.5 times more populous than Australia. French was actually the official language of England for around 300 years from 1066 to 1362.