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Traveling to England is like stepping back in time as you immerse yourself in the rich history of London, stay in luxurious country estates-turned-hotels, and engage with the warm and welcoming locals over a cup of tea.

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Discover the hidden gems, iconic landmarks, and unique experiences that England has to offer. Whether you’re a history buff, a nature enthusiast, a foodie, or simply seeking adventure, our comprehensive travel advisors are here to help you make the most out of your journey. With Live Well, Travel Often as your travel companion, you’ll have access to all the insights, recommendations, and inspiration you need to create your dream itinerary.  Are you ready to explore the picturesque English countryside, marvel at stunning castles, indulge in traditional afternoon teas, and immerse yourself in centuries of history? Let’s embark on this unforgettable adventure together. Give us a call today to start planning your adventure in England.

Begin by exploring our travel guides and unlock the secrets of England!

Featured Travel Guides for England

Tower Bridge view from the top of a bus.
Discovering London in 4 Days: The Ultimate Itinerary for First-Time Visitors Welcome to busy London! Whether you're a history buff,
A sitting area, part of a suite at the Langham in London
Experience Luxury at its Finest: The Best Hotels in London Indulge yourself in a world of opulence and sophistication as
London Eye lit up at night
10 Must-See Attractions in London for First-Time Visitors London is a city that needs no introduction. From its iconic landmarks
Abbey Road Studios London
Notable spots for Beatles and Rock and Roll Tour in London Are you a die-hard Beatles or rock and roll
Facade in Bath England
Uncover the Timeless Beauty of Bath: A Delightful One Day Trip Are you craving a break from the hustle and

The best time to visit England depends on your preferences and what you want to do during your trip. The summer months of June, July, and August are popular because the weather is generally mild and there are many outdoor events and festivals happening. However, this is also the peak tourist season, so popular attractions can be crowded. If you prefer fewer crowds and don’t mind cooler temperatures, spring (April and May) and autumn (September and October) can be great times to visit. The winter months of December, January, and February are the coldest and darkest, but you can experience a festive atmosphere with Christmas markets and holiday decorations. Ultimately, it’s important to consider your interests and what you want to experience during your visit to determine the best time for you.  Work with your Live Well, Travel Often travel advisor to determine the best time of year for you to visit England.

England is home to many popular tourist attractions that cater to a variety of interests. Some of the must-visit attractions include the iconic Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament in London, the historical Stonehenge in Wiltshire, the beautiful city of Bath with its Roman baths and Georgian architecture, the vibrant city of Manchester with its rich music and football culture, the charming university city of Oxford, and the picturesque coastal town of Brighton.

If you’re a fan of literature, a visit to Stratford-upon-Avon is a must. This charming town is the birthplace of William Shakespeare and is home to a wealth of attractions dedicated to the Bard. From his childhood home to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, there are plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in the world of England’s greatest playwright.

For nature lovers, the Lake District is the perfect destination. This picturesque region in northwest England is known for its stunning landscapes, tranquil lakes, and rolling hills. Whether you’re hiking, boating, or simply admiring the scenery, a visit to the Lake District is sure to leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

These are just a few examples, and there are many more attractions to explore throughout the country.  Work with our travel advisors specializing in England to build a custom itinerary just for you.

The weather in England can be quite unpredictable, so it is always a good idea to be prepared for different conditions. The country has a temperate maritime climate, which means that it generally experiences mild winters and cool summers. However, rainfall is common throughout the year, so it is advisable to pack a waterproof jacket or umbrella. It is also a good idea to layer your clothing, as temperatures can vary throughout the day. It is always a good idea to check the weather forecast before your trip and pack accordingly.

The currency used in England is the British Pound Sterling (£). It is denoted by the symbol “£” and is divided into 100 pence. It is advisable to have some British currency on hand when visiting England, as many places may not accept foreign currencies. Currency exchange services are available at airports, banks, and exchange offices throughout the country. Additionally, credit and debit cards are widely accepted in most establishments, but it is always a good idea to carry some cash for smaller purchases or in case of emergencies.


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