Jamaica Vacation Demand Booming
Tourism and Authentic Brand Identity – A Need, a Want or a Consumer Demand?
Is It Time to Rethink the Rules on Airline Delays?
Hotels and Resorts
Complimentary Green Fees and Award-Winning Championship Golf at Sandals Resorts
RSVP Today: Romance, Weddings & Honeymoons Expo - Sept 13-14
Partner With Palladium and Sell as a Specialist
England has an ancient history, stunning landscapes, and modern cities. Whether you're an outdoor enthusiast or a culture buff, this country has something to offer for everyone. From the rugged coastline of Cornwall and Devon to the lush hills of the Cotswolds, there’re plenty of breathtaking sights awaiting you in England.
You can spend your days exploring the awe-inspiring ruins of Stonehenge, marveling at the royal residences of Windsor Castle, or relaxing in one of England's elegant spas.
This travel guide provides a comprehensive overview of this dynamic country. We'll cover everything from national languages, currency, when to visit, the best places to stay, and more. Read on!
There’re plenty of options when it comes to getting around England. Public transportation, such as buses and trains, is the most popular tourist choice. There are also ferries and taxis available, as well as bicycle and scooter rentals.
We recommend renting a car if you plan on staying in one area. This allows you to explore all that England offers at your own pace. Just make sure you understand local traffic laws before hopping behind the wheel.
The official currency of England is the Pound Sterling (GBP). This is also the currency of the UK and can be used throughout the country. However, some stores may accept other currencies, such as Euros or US Dollars.
The official language in England is English. Other languages spoken in the country include Welsh, Cornish, and Irish Gaelic.
Cowdray House, England (photo courtesy A&K) (Photo Credit: Abercrombie & Kent)
England is part of the GMT+0 or UTC+0 time zone.
Clocks are turned back one hour during the summer months for Daylight Saving Time (DST). When the DST ends, clocks are turned forward one hour. This is known as Winter Time or Fall Back.
The climate of England varies depending on the region. The south typically gets more rainfall than the north, and temperatures can vary between 5°C (41°F) in winter to 23°C (73°F) in summer.
In our opinion, the best time to visit England is from late spring (April-May) to early autumn (September - October). This is when there is mild weather. There's little to no rainfall. It's also ideal for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and bird-watching. Plus, you'll get to enjoy the many festivals and events that England has to offer.
England is a great place to visit, with plenty of options for places to stay. Whether you're looking for a luxurious hotel or a cozy cottage, there are many options that will make your stay exciting.
September 6 2PM ET
One lucky travel advisor will win a THREE-DAY 2-night stay for two at the Hilton Vallarta Riviera...
Travelers Warned as Thefts in London Underground More Than Double
Flight and Hotel Bookings From US to UK, Europe Surging
2023’s Top Trending Destinations According to TikTok
1-2-1: John Kirk speaks 1-2-1 with VisitBritain's Carol Dray
A Ride on the Ffestiniog Railway
the latest travel news, advice, updates, upcoming exclusive deals and more.
CEO of Zenbiz Travel, LLC