England is filled with stunning coastal and countryside views, historical buildings, picturesque villages, and undiscovered experiences. Discover England’s Great Walking Trails, a great way to get the most out of your trip, and it’s easier than ever with routes you can customize to your interests and fitness level. Here are a few of our trail recommendations.
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Welcome to the Great West Way - the 125 mile touring route from London to Bristol where the possibilities are endless. You can explore by boat, bike, foot, car, coach or a combination of all. Create an itinerary focused on anything that suits your travel passions and style: cities, family, food and drink, luxury, sports, shopping, royal history, outdoor activities, or film and TV.
Britain’s “capital of the north” and third most visited city, Manchester, has so much to offer visitors, even if they’re only there for the day. There’s no better way to hit all the must-sees in a city than by a tour organized for you, and Manchester has several of them catering to each type of traveler and their passions.
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Taking an unforgettable journey through England’s historic cities is easier than ever. Covering 3,000 years of history, it’s easy to hop on a train starting in London and make your way out of the bustling capital to explore England’s history and countryside. We’ve rounded up a list of architectural wonders, one from each of England’s historic cities, all just a train ride away from London.
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As a medium sized city, Bristol’s small enough to get around on foot, but large enough to keep you entertained. Its distinctive character mixes together some of the best parts of Britain’s South West and a fascinating marine history from its days as an important harbor.
When it comes to cuisine in Devon & Cornwall, the choice is simple: seafood. Whether you’re craving a plate of beer-battered fish fillet, or a bowl of garlicy mussels, here’s where you can score the best bounty of the sea.
There are plenty of ways to experience the Premier League when a match isn’t in the cards. You can still tour Britain’s best football stadiums and see the amazing arenas from the view of your favorite player when you stand on the field, tour the changing rooms, and walk down the team’s tunnel.
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London is one of the few cities in the world that can lay claim to having 4 separate UNESCO World Heritage sites. These sites represent the most significant cultural proprieties in the greater London Area.
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Oxfordshire is a beautiful English county with so much to see and do, you might not know where to start! But you’re in luck because we have narrowed it down with this list of things you just can’t miss...
The best dairy comes from the happiest cows, and the happiest cows come from Britain – more specifically, from Yorkshire. From creamy ice-cream to crumbly cheese, this region of Northern England has some of best dairy products in Britain – and we rounded up our favorites.
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