England's most beautiful attribute might just be its famous countryside. It exists everywhere outside the cities: great expanses of rolling green hills, many of them home to grazing sheep dotting the horizon like fluffy white cotton balls. On this 9-day itinerary, you'll visit some of the old towns, palaces, and fishing villages found in this bucolic paradise, making for one unforgettable British vacation.
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On this British adventure, you'll experience two distinct and wildly different parts of England. Start with a visit to cosmopolitan London, a great global metropolis and a true model of diversity. Then, you're off to the rugged coast and rural beauty of Cornwall, in the southwest region, which is regarded as one of the most scenic counties in England.
This self-guided 8-day itinerary lets you walk Dorset’s spectacular Jurassic Coast at your own pace. Start in Lyme Regis and travel east along England's south coast, taking in dramatic chalk cliffs, shingle beaches, prehistoric earthworks, and charming thatched villages before ending in historic Lulworth.
Explore the heart of England from the famous "dreaming spires" of Oxford to the Roman baths in Bath, passing by some of the most quintessentially English villages of the Cotswolds. After visiting Oxford, head north via Blenheim Palace and the Cherwell Valley to the home of Shakespeare, Stratford-Upon-Avon. Following an excursion to Warwick Castle, start winding your way through the Cotswolds Hills, passing through a host of pretty villages built from honey-colored limestone. Then explore the elegant city of Bath where you can enjoy the grandeur of its Georgian architecture.
On this week-long itinerary, you'll immerse yourself in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of London, visiting Big Ben, Trafalgar Square, the Tower of London, and much more. Then venture out into England's fertile green countryside, which boasts some of the most scenic landscapes in all of Europe. It's the perfect mix of city and country life, allowing you to enjoy culture and excitement as well as rest and relaxation.
This six-day hiking adventure follows a spectacular section of England's famed South West Coast Path. Starting in the historic seaside resort of Bude, you’ll walk south along Cornwall's Atlantic coastline. Take in rugged clifftops, sandy bays, ancient ruins, and whitewashed fishing villages, before ending your journey in the medieval port of Padstow.
There's nothing like attending a live soccer match in one of the UK's hallowed stadiums. The atmosphere is electric as the passionate crowds make every game an unforgettable experience. This English Premier League (EPL) soccer vacation puts you right in the action in two of the UK's top sporting cities, and as a kicker, we'll even throw in a stadium tour.
Explore iconic medieval castles in England's Northeast region. Visit ruins and modern-day palaces, discover the area's military history, and spend quiet afternoons strolling in countryside villages. Start your trip in industrial Newcastle, then continue to Alnwick Castle to see the backdrop for the Harry Potter films. End on the wild Northumberland coast to see isolated 16th-century Lindisfarne castle and sample fresh-caught lobster.
Explore northeast England's diverse history and culture as you travel from medieval towns to remote coastal trails. Visit industrial Newcastle, discover Roman history along Hadrian's Wall and see medieval Tynemouth Castle. Continue your trip to see the impressive Durham Cathedral, 16th-century Lindisfarne, and the wild seascape of the Farne Islands.
This self-guided 8-day hiking holiday explores the beautiful countryside of the Wiltshire/Dorset border in southern England. Start your journey in the historic cathedral city of Salisbury, following ancient Wessex paths through the region’s famous chalk hills and valleys. Pass neolithic monuments, idyllic country villages, and grand country houses before ending at the Saxon hill town of Shaftesbury.
On this unique multi-city “Shakespeare in Love” tour, you will explore the towns and cities that shaped William Shakespeare's career, including London, Stratford-upon-Avon, and the romantic Cotswolds. Tour the English countryside and cities he called home and gain insight into the Bard's 16th-century world. You will tour the Globe Theatre, explore Shakespeare's hometown, as well as visit movie locations for the film based on the young playwright.
This tour covers the key London experiences, as well as popular day tours to Kent, The White Cliffs of Dover, and Windsor Castle. Explore this bustling city with a private guide and tick off all the major sites, including Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, Big Ben, St. Paul's Cathedral, and more. Watch the changing of the guard, stroll through Hyde Park, and discover the foodie scenes at Camden and Borough Markets.
English Heritage Tour: Cambridge, Norfolk, the Peak District, Cotswolds, Buckinghamshire & Windsor - 9 Days
Discover quintessential England's rolling hills of this patchwork countryside and its historic houses, enchanting gardens, and rich traditions. This nine-day itinerary through the middle of England takes you to the iconic university city of Cambridge, through majestic Fenlands, and allows you to linger like a local in tiny counties and quaint country pubs. Fall in love with the fairytale-worthy limestone villages and thatched-roof inns of the Cotswolds and watch Shakespeare come to life in Stratford-upon-Avon, the bard's birthplace. Complete your journey in the charming Chilterns, exploring the historic and intriguing Buckinghamshire and Thames river valley.
Embark on a journey through the soft rolling hills of the English countryside, its forests, and wild moors, where you'll find villages and rugged coastlines. Among the places you'll explore in England are Canterbury, the castles of South Downs, Devon, the Isle of Wight, Cornwall, and Oxfordshire.
Lace-up your walking shoes and hike one of the most spectacular sections of the UK’s long-distance South West Coast Path on this adventurous 9-day self-guided itinerary. Starting on Cornwall’s south coast, you’ll trek east between the historic maritime centers of Falmouth and Plymouth, through a landscape of picturesque fishing villages, beautiful estuaries, and sandy beaches. Pass gorse-covered granite headlands, cut through wooded valleys, and skirt rocky coves. In between, discover bustling harbors and sleepy hamlets such as St Mawes with its Tudor castle, charming, unspoiled Portloe, and the elegant Georgian port of Charlestown.