VISIT ENGLAND

1. Tell us about your dream trip to England.

2. We select the two best England travel experts to compete for your trip.

3. Book your trip.

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VISIT ENGLAND

1. Describe your dream trip to England.

2. We select the two best England travel experts who compete for your trip.

3. Refine your trip with the chosen expert and you are done!

(You’ll hear from us within 48 hours.)

215

MILES OF RIVER THAMES

66

CASTLES

53

ROMAN SITES

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REASONS NOT TO VISIT

England’s towns relive an ancient time of majestic cathedrals, lively taverns, and charming country lanes. Stroll along charming streets, the lush countryside and legendary forests. England’s small size allows the traveler to explore quaint towns that have remain unchanged for centuries, minutes away from dazzling modern cities within miles of each other.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local travel experts in England to design a unique tour itinerary completely tailored to you.

England’s towns relive an ancient time of majestic cathedrals, lively taverns, and charming country lanes. Stroll along charming streets, the lush countryside and legendary forests. England’s small size allows the traveler to explore quaint towns that have remain unchanged for centuries, minutes away from dazzling modern cities within miles of each other.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local travel experts in England to design a unique tour itinerary completely tailored to you.

ENGLAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Country road England

England's Hidden Gems

Our curated experts will tailor your itinerary and will handpick an elite driver/guide to show you England behind-the-scenes – showcasing the hidden gems that England has to offer – those remote picturesque chocolate-box villages and stopping at idyllic country pubs.

Pomp and Ceremony

Nobody does pomp and ceremony better than the English. Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard are only two of the must see items on your English itinerary.

Ancient England

England is steeped in history. There are places, like Stonehenge, that go back thousands of years. Visiting Ancient England is an unforgettable journey into the past.

ENGLAND TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Country road England

England's Hidden Gems

Our curated experts will tailor your itinerary and will handpick an elite driver/guide to show you England behind-the-scenes – showcasing the hidden gems that England has to offer – those remote picturesque chocolate-box villages and stopping at idyllic country pubs.

Pomp and Ceremony

Nobody does pomp and ceremony better than the English. Buckingham Palace and the Changing of the Guard are only two of the must see items on your English itinerary.

Ancient England

England is steeped in history. There are places, like Stonehenge, that go back thousands of years. Visiting Ancient England is an unforgettable journey into the past.

WEATHER IN ENGLAND

Spring

From late March to May, often wet and mild, the countryside bursts into bloom. Wild daffodils and bluebells herald the start of the season when gardens are at their most colorful. Typical temperatures range from 41°F to 68°F.

Summer

June to August are the hottest months in the year (57°F-86°F), both in terms of temperature and events to enjoy all day. The abundance of thrilling competitions, breathtaking festivals and plenty of colorful events cater for all tastes. However, if you fancy a family vacation or a relaxing retreat from everyday life, our curated experts will find a stunning perfect resort.

Fall

From September to mid November, it is the UK at its most picturesque. A changeable weather with mild to cold temperatures that can be enhanced with an “Indian Summer”. Celebrate autumn in England, Scotland and Wales with music, sport and heritage festivals plus great food and real ale festivals.

Winter

From mid November to March, the winter months’ days are short and the temperatures are often cold. Visitors who travel over Christmas or New Year enjoy these celebrations in iconic cities. The city museums and sights, restaurants and theaters will be in full swing.

WEATHER IN ENGLAND

Spring

From late March to May, often wet and mild, the countryside bursts into bloom. Wild daffodils and bluebells herald the start of the season when gardens are at their most colorful. Typical temperatures range from 41°F to 68°F.

Summer

June to August are the hottest months in the year (57°F-86°F), both in terms of temperature and events to enjoy all day. The abundance of thrilling competitions, breathtaking festivals and plenty of colorful events cater for all tastes. However, if you fancy a family vacation or a relaxing retreat from everyday life, our curated experts will find a stunning perfect resort.

Fall

From September to mid November, it is the UK at its most picturesque. A changeable weather with mild to cold temperatures that can be enhanced with an “Indian Summer”. Celebrate autumn in England, Scotland and Wales with music, sport and heritage festivals plus great food and real ale festivals.

Winter

From mid November to March, the winter months’ days are short and the temperatures are often cold. Visitors who travel over Christmas or New Year enjoy these celebrations in iconic cities. The city museums and sights, restaurants and theaters will be in full swing.

Images of England

Vacation in England

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England is an excellent vacation spot all by itself but of course, often vacationers, especially from the US, like to make a grand tour and combine their visit to England with another European destination. Here are a few ideas for other great places to visit.

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