England Luxury Travel Vacation Guide

The home of the British Royal Family and the ancestry of many North Americans, England is a very popular tourist destination. It is one of the four nations that make up the United Kingdom. The others are, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Scotland.

 England, is the country of castles and stately homes.

There is a magical charm about the rolling hills of the English countryside. If you are driving, you will find that the country roads are quite narrow, but this only adds to the charm of visiting another country. Keep an eye open for their latest luggage trends encompassing cases, travel bags and vanity cases or visit Pink Luggage

Stay at one of the castles and mansions that are available for lodgings. Tylney Hall will make you feel as if you are part of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice as you stay in a room with centuries-old paneling and a large fireplace. Take a walking tour of York, such as the Ghost Trail of York, that takes place every night, where you will hear chilling tales of past and present phenomena.

No matter what part of the country you choose to visit, there are numerous 4 and 5 star hotels for you to choose from as well as quaint bed and breakfast establishments. Visit the pub in the villages and enjoy the conversation with the locals. Enjoy a Guinness and dance the night away. The pubs serve delicious, mouth-watering snacks, so you won't awaken early hungry for breakfast.

A must see on any trip to England is Stonehenge, with its large stone circles. Walk around in amazement as you wonder how the ancient peoples managed such a feat. Plant your feet in two hemispheres at the Greenwich Observatory where you stand on either side of the Prime Meridian.Although you can read about the magic of England, you can experience the history first hand when you visit any part of the country. This is really evident with a visit to the south-eastern part of the country where you can visit such historic cities as Canterbury, where you can visit the Cathedral, the remains of Roman settlements at Chichester and Oxford, one of the most well known university towns in the world.

Visit the northern reaches of the country and see the many castles that used to protect the border between England and Scotland. The northwest is famous for its birdwatching, mountain climbing, and historic architecture beyond your wildest dreams.

London Accommodations

Rent a one or two bedroom studio apartment when you visit London, or stay at the 4 star Hotel Russell. This magnificent Victorian building is located in one of the most prestigious parts of the city. You will enjoy luxurious accommodations in elegantly furnished rooms and within a short distance from all the major tourist attractions.

London Tourist Attractions

It's been said that if you bore of London, you are bored of life. While that may not be precisely true, London definitely has something for everyone. One of the most photogenic events is the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. This has become the trademark of the city and the sight of the Palace itself is worth the trip. See Westminster Abbey, the Tower of Big Ben and see the sights from the London Bridge. Take a duck tour down the Thames and sail under the bridge to enjoy London from a different vantage point.

The National Gallery has the most extensive collections of European paintings in the world, some of which date back to 1250. See the Rosetta Stone at the British Museum along with many artifacts from all over the world. The British Airways London Eye will provide you with a commanding view of London from the tallest observation wheel in the world, from which you will see 55 of the city's most famous landmarks in 30 minutes. The Victoria and Albert Museum houses over 3000 artifacts from the richest cultures in the world.

To avoid the long line ups at most of the tourist attractions, visitors can purchase a London Pass, which gives you free entry to over 50 of the favorite attractions, plus the option to use the public transportation system. Armed with your 152 page guidebook, you can tour the more than 26 markets in London as well as the favorite haunts of tourists.

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