Visit England

England is a wonderful country rich in historic and natural beauties and a very popular destination full of interesting places to visit!

If you are going to plan your travel in England here you will find some useful posts with tips and photos that will help you planning your itinerary.

Which part of England is more enchanting?

Read here our recommended itineraries and destinations in England:

We planned for you a great 100 miles itinerary to discover the heart of England. Walking or driving along the Cotswold Way you will enjoy one of the most beautiful areas of England. You will visit the prettiest villages, like Chipping Campden and Broadway, the beautiful towns of Cheltenham and Bath and discover some of the most wonderful castles like Sudeley Castle and Dyrham Park, famous for the movie The Remains of the Day with Anthony Hopkins. 
Read our itinerary and watch our videos of the different sections!

BATH: "The amazing town of Jane Austen and The Duchess".
Bath is not just a thermal town, despite the fact that it is famous for its spa.
Nourished by natural hot springs, Bath is a romantic destination popular with the fashionable society since the eighteen century.
Despite its Roman origin, Bath is the perfect realization of a wonderful Georgian city plan.
It is maybe the best example of the British Georgian style...

Cheltenham is a perfect destination for a weekend. Large avenues offer a perfect place to stroll around the central quarter of Montpellier. The Royal Crescent and many more elegant streets retain the old terraced houses in Regency style, with beautiful ironworks at their balconies... Watch our video and read our post about Cheltenham with practical info for your visit.

A Video and some great photos and info to visit one of the most impressive Castles in England and the awarded gardens in the pretty village of Winchcombe.

Great photos of the beautiful Cathedral of Salisbury. A fantastic day trip from London and one of the main attractions of Wiltshire.
The cathedral inspired William Golding's novel The Spire and recently appeared in Ken Follett's historical novel, The Pillars of the Earth as one of two models for the fictional Kingsbridge Cathedral.

Visit Guernsey: Guernsey is a wonderful island situated 50 kilometres (31 mi) west of France's Normandy coast and 120 kilometres (75 mi) south of Weymouth, England and lies in the Gulf of St Malo. Guernsey has beautiful beaches, a great coastal path, great panoramas from the cliffs.Victor Hugo, the French writer of Les Miserables... (continues)