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Iconic landmarks, a world-famous theater district, lively nightlife zones and superb shopping and art museums await in the heart of England’s capital city.
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Known for its fantastic nightlife and popular shops, there's plenty to explore in Manchester City Centre. Check out top attractions like The Gay Village and Manchester Palace Theatre, and jump on the metro at St Peters Square Station or Mosley Street Station to see more of the city.
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Are you interested in fantastic nightlife, fascinating museums and beautiful waterfront views? A visit to Liverpool City Centre might be the perfect thing. You can also explore top sights like Liverpool ONE and Cavern Club.
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Relax in the stunning park with a view of the palace, explore the upscale high street and visit the galleries and museums of this affluent neighborhood.
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Cosy bars acclaimed theatres and top sights from Bullring Shopping Centre to The Mailbox – discover Birmingham City Centre, a destination also famous for its shopping.
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Reviewed on 21 Jun 2021
During the height of its empire, this island nation built iconic buildings, acquired superb art collections and developed two of the world’s greatest universities. England is notorious for its wealth, yet visiting the country as a tourist is surprisingly affordable. Its largest museums are free and its grand architecture and beautiful universities can be appreciated from the outside. Stay within a budget while seeing London’s sights.
London is filled with grand buildings constructed from the wealth of England’s once vast empire. The Elizabeth Tower, otherwise known as the Big Ben clock tower, crowns the massive 19th-century Parliamentary building of Westminster Palace on the River Thames. Head downriver to find the iconic Tower Bridge, a drawbridge supported by two tall Victorian towers. Drop by Buckingham Palace, the Queen’s stately London residence.
Finish your London trip with a visit to any of its major museums. The extensive British Museum, the Tate Modern, the luxurious Victoria and Albert Museum and the National Gallery all feature free admission to their permanent exhibits.
Leave London to explore England’s two nearby university towns of Oxford and Cambridge. Cross the ancient courtyards and well-cropped lawns of Oxford University. Tour Bodleian Library, which at over 550 years old is one of England’s oldest libraries. The library’s monumental Radcliffe Camera rotunda is an Oxford icon. Afterward, drive up to Cambridge and visit its many universities. Cruise down the River Cam and float under the Bridge of Sighs, a covered bridge patterned after one in Venice.
Travel southwest to find Stonehenge in the British countryside. Despite its fame, the circle of rock formations from the 31st century B.C. is still a mystery to behold. The best time to visit is during the winter or summer solstice when the stones line up with the rising sun, although huge crowds can take away from the magic of this experience.
Arrive in England via one of its international airports - London alone has six. Get around the cities on the extensive public transit network and travel around the country by train or rental car. Most travellers like to take at least one of England’s iconic cabs during their stay as well.
Looking for short breaks in England? Book a hotel and head out for a fabulous York holiday. York and its famous walled city make an ideal trip for your England weekend breaks. Save on travel costs when you package your hotel and car hire together, and receive extra discounts on both. We have accommodations including hotels, holiday rentals, and more so you can find the perfect place for your English travels.
You don’t have to spend a lot to make your great escape. Thanks to our weekend break deals in England, you can book a holiday in Birmingham and many other destinations for a low price. Whether you’re a foodie, looking for new flavours or an adventurer in pursuit of hidden gems, a weekend getaway to the Cotswold countryside is just the place. For other low-cost locations, see the best off-the-beaten-track destinations in England.
See the National Parks, rolling hills, or famous moors with a countryside break in England. An English countryside break is ideal for an active holiday, exploring the natural beauty of the country. Admire England’s beauty while exploring the highlights of your destination. If you are heading toward the many fun things to do in North Yorkshire, book one of the hotels in North Yorkshire or North Yorkshire holiday rentals. You might witness the unique wildlife in Scilly or visit Wiltshire’s heritage sights like Stonehenge. With Expedia, you’ll get the best deal on a Gloucestershire holiday or whichever countryside calls to you.
There’s never been a better time to take the whole family on break. We have impressive deals on luxury family weekend breaks in England, so treat your family to an unforgettable getaway. Book deals on car hires and pile in for a luxury weekend break in England. Reserve a stay at one of the fantastic luxury hotels in Bristol and enjoy the high-end amenities like in-room dining and indoor pools. Your family will have some quality time together exploring this charming city. Plus, when you book a car and hotel in a package, you’ll save more on both.
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