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England

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WHY ENGLAND?

 

Visiting England is like finding your way through a well-developed hedge maze: You can't hurry your way through. Around nearly every bend in the road you'll find stately homes, crumbling castles, magnificent gardens, thatch-roofed cottages, cozy pubs and beautiful churches to explore. It's easy to while away hours admiring the details—a painting here, an architectural detail there. In fact, despite the country's relatively small size, you never seem to see it all.

From Shakespeare and royalty to Stonehenge and thousands of years of history, England is simply a wonderful place to visit time and time again. And London is a destination in itself.

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EXCITING DESTINATIONS IN ENGLAND

PORTSMOUTH

An interesting and historic port town Portsmouth, is home base for the Royal Navy. Charles Dickens was born there, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rudyard Kipling and H.G. Wells put in some time at Portsmouth as well. Be sure to visit HMS Warrior (the first armor-plated warship) and HMS Victory (the beautifully restored wooden ship commanded by Lord Nelson during the Napoleonic Wars). For naval history buffs, the Royal Navy Museum is a must-see.

 YORK

York, England, is a walled medieval city 55 mi/90 km northeast of Manchester. It is a great place to explore, with narrow streets, lovely shops and timbered homes with gabled roofs. A short drive west of York, Knaresborough is a historic riverside market town with quaint shops, castle ruins + an impressive viaduct. The surrounding countryside features the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales national parks. York is also home to the oldest and most world-renowned steam train.

LONDON

Few visitors to London will fail to be impressed by the grandeur and craftsmanship of such monumental sights as Westminster Abbey or St. Paul's Cathedral, but that's just the historical foundation of today's modern, vibrant city. As for sightseeing, you can admire orchids at Kew Gardens, gaze on the crown jewels at the Tower of London, learn about millennia of history at the British Museum and witness spectacular views of the city from the London Eye Ferris wheel—all in a day. 

LAKE DISTRICT

Often referred to as "The English Alps," the Lake District is arguably one of the most beautiful parts of the country. Many authors and poets, including Beatrix Potter, and William Wordsworth, were inspired by this scenic land of trees, hills, lakes and England's tallest mountains. Besides having some of the best walks in England, the area also gives a history: See prehistoric stone circles, castles, 18th-century manors and Victorian villages all in one glance.

DOVER

A busy seaport, Dover, England, is best known for its chalky white cliffs. The town itself is rather drab, but a steep climb takes you to its 900-year-old Norman castle, which overlooks the English Channel. The castle has double walls and underground tunnels (a nerve center for many World War II operations) to explore. The city's museum is worth a visit as well. This is where you catch the ferry for the 90-minute trip to France. Take in the views from the trails of the Western Heights.

 

SAMPLE TOURS custom made for England

A Student Edu program that fits your curriculum, ticks items off your bucket list, and provides fun for all!

 

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Custom London

UK Edu

Tailored for Student Edu, Corporate incentives, & Friends + Family custom groups - this tour includes

dog-sledding, snowshoeing,

WW1+2 England

A Student Edu program that fits your curriculum, ticks items off your bucket list, and provides fun for all!

 

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UK Corporate Events

custom groups - this tour includes

dog-sledding, snowshoeing,

 

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