The best things to do in England
There’s nothing quite like London. Of course you can’t miss the royals, but actually there’s so much more. Head underground and take the tube or visit Churchill’s secret wartime chambers.
Christmas in London is a sight to behold and you better pack your skates (literally) as it’s the coolest winter pass time in the city. Delight in the festive cheer of the markets and warm up with a nice mulled wine – you’ll thank me later.
Head out of the city and explore the soaring cliffs of Beachy Head. Or, if heights aren’t your thing you can’t go past the quaint Cotswold villages. Mingle with the lords and ladies in a manor house or dress up in ye olde style at Downton Abbey (it’s a thing).
Prepare to look up as you visit incredible cathedrals with soaring ceilings and breathtaking buildings of old. Every place tells a story and will draw you right in.
Whether its new world, or old world, or just a pub at the pint, England is calling you.
When considering how many days to see London, 4 days in London is the perfect amount of time to explore the city and really get
The Seven Sisters Cliffs in England are quietly famous. They’re the tallest chalk cliffs in England and one of the most spectacular coastlines in the
England is a destination that offers endless possibilities to those who visit. There’s so many things to see and do either own your own, by
England in Autumn is amazing. You can find great foliage and fall vibes. Let me show you all of the very best places to experience
World War 2 made ingenuity and development essential. Bletchley Park, and in particular the story of Alan Turing, are key to World War 2 history.
Christmas in London is especially magical. There is nothing quite like it. London is one of the most festive cities in the world and each year they
We’ve seen squirrels galore and even a badger or two in the East Sussex Wilderness, but we’ve yet to see an otter in the wild.