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Immerse yourself in British culture in this fully-escorted journey through England! From the impressive London Bridge, to the mystical Stonehenge and everything in between, become enchanted with the beauty Britain has to offer.

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Extraordinary Vacation Packages & Tours to England

Experience the best of the British with Exoticca’s immersive and carefully crafted England tours. Discover iconic landmarks like Big Ben, Stonehenge, and the Tower of London, or venture off the beaten path to uncover hidden gems. 

Most of our packages include flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and even some meals. We take care of every detail, ensuring a hassle-free journey. Embark on an unforgettable adventure with Exoticca’s England tours and create memories to last a lifetime.

Trips to England from Canada

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Embark on a remarkable journey through captivating landscapes and a storied history with our extraordinary England tours. Delve into the historic streets of London and Cambridge, or explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites at Stonehenge and Bath.

Let Exoticca be your guide as you embark on a tour of England to uncover its treasures and create cherished memories along the way.

We aim to empower you to have an enriching travel experience where you can embrace new perspectives, indulge in local traditions, and create unforgettable memories. 

Book a trip to England from Canada. Flights depart from most major cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Miami, and Chicago.

Book a trip to England from the UK. Flights depart from most major cities, including Glasgow, Cardiff, and Edinburgh.

Book a trip to England from Canada. Flights depart from most major cities, including Toronto, Ottawa, and Vancouver.

Top points of interest in England


Uncover iconic sites, immerse yourself in captivating history, and embark on unforgettable England tours through the most renowned destinations.

London


This vibrant city offers an enticing array of experiences, making it an indispensable travel destination. London’s diverse skyline showcases architectural marvels

See breathtaking Victorian-era bridges or enjoy medieval castle tours in England to glimpse a bygone era straight from a story-book. 

As a cosmopolitan metropolis, it proudly embraces a fusion of cultures. Shopaholics can revel in famous shopping streets, while food enthusiasts can savor culinary delights from every corner of the globe

Amidst its bustling streets, you’ll discover tranquil green spaces and world-renowned botanical gardens. In the evening, London comes alive with legendary nightlife venues.

Don’t miss the chance to witness the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace and enjoy the scenic South Bank stroll. Visit Piccadilly Circus, marvel at Big Ben, and explore the incredible British Museum.

Stonehenge


This captivating and mysterious monument stands in the verdant plains of Wiltshire. Dating back to prehistoric times, its origins and purpose remain elusive. 

The circular structure, comprising enormous sandstone pillars and triliths, hints at ancient rituals and burial practices. The famous Heelstone marks the summer solstice sunrise, while Woodhenge, a nearby site, adds to the intrigue. 

Protected by English Heritage and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Stonehenge lures over a million visitors annually. 

Stonehenge’s significance ranges from a ceremonial gathering place to an astronomical observatory. Legends attribute its creation to figures like Merlin and Druids, adding to its mystique. 

Bath


This UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its Roman baths and is a must-visit during any tour of England.

The city showcases elegant Georgian architecture with over 5,000 beautiful buildings and picturesque gardens. Its rich history dates back to Celtic times. 

Bath’s beauty, history, and harmonious atmosphere make it a must-visit destination. Stroll through the city’s beautiful streets and admire John Wood’s neoclassical buildings. Explore the Roman Baths and the Temple of Minerva, or enjoy a day at the Thermae Bath Spa.

Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge are iconic landmarks, while Prior Park and Victoria Park offer serene green spaces. Shopping, visiting museums, and immersing yourself in the city’s charm complete the Bath experience.

Cambridge


Explore this captivating destination’s prestigious university and rich history. Immerse yourself in the academic atmosphere while marveling at the elegant architecture of centuries-old colleges. 

Take a day trip off the beaten path in England to indulge in traditional activities like punting on the River Cam or enjoying afternoon tea

Visit renowned landmarks like King’s College Chapel, Cavendish Laboratory, and Cambridge University Library. Cambridge is easily accessible from London and offers a compact layout, perfect for exploring on foot or by bicycle. 

Explore the Fitzwilliam Museum, home to priceless works of art. Don’t miss the breathtaking attractions like King’s College Chapel, the iconic Bridge of Sighs, and the historic Trinity College.

Liverpool


Famous for its music scene and football passion, Liverpool offers much to explore. Highlights include museums, shops, bars, restaurants, and stunning Victorian architecture. 

Landmarks like the cathedrals, St. George’s Hall, and Pier Head with its Three Graces are must-sees. Enjoy the tranquility of Sefton Park and immerse yourself in the city’s cultural scene with museums like the World Museum and Tate Liverpool

Don’t miss The Beatles’ haunts and the iconic Anfield Stadium for football fans. Liverpool’s unique atmosphere and friendly charm make it an ideal stop on any England tour. 

England: Off the beaten path


Many England vacation packages go beyond the typical tourist spots, allowing you to uncover lesser-known treasures. Here are some of hidden gems to consider visiting:

  • Delve into Bristol’s vibrant street art scene and explore its maritime history.
  • Experience the charm of Stratford-upon-Avon with its picturesque Tudor architecture.
  • Wander through York’s medieval streets and visit the impressive York Minster. 

Book your England tour with Exoticca

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Embark on a remarkable journey through England with Exoticca’s curated trips to England. Experience the timeless charm of this captivating country while we take care of the details.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers


Our all-inclusive England vacation packages cover most flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and even some meals. You can trust us to ensure a hassle-free and seamless experience.

Embark on a stress-free adventure, knowing that all the logistics have been handled. Simply relax and enjoy the wonders of England as you uncover its fascinating history, vibrant cities, and breathtaking landscapes.

England trips partially or fully guided


Exoticca offers a variety of partially and fully guided group tours to England, including guided, escorted, semi-escorted, and independent options. Contact our travel agents to arrange a private tour of England if that’s your preference.

Crafted by our own travel experts


Exoticca’s travel experts have meticulously designed more than 300 unique travel packages across 60 diverse global destinations. Our team employs their first-hand expertise to create top-notch trips to England that offer an authentic experience

Through close collaboration with local service providers and experienced guides at each location, we guarantee our passengers an effortless and memorable travel adventure. Our local partners are the driving force behind the tours and excursions we craft.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to go to England?

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You can enjoy diverse attractions and experiences in England throughout every season. The country features vibrant cities, charming countryside, historical landmarks, and cultural events.

How many days do you need to see England?

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The duration of each England trip depends on the specific areas and attractions you wish to explore. A well-rounded trip typically ranges from 7–14 days, allowing time to experience the country’s top highlights.

What is the most affordable month to fly to England?

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Costs may vary due to factors like airline promotions, travel demand, and seasonal fluctuations. Being flexible with travel dates can help secure more affordable flights.

How do you travel around England?

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You can travel around England by public transportation, including trains, buses, and trams. Cycling is also a popular way of exploring the country.

What do I need to know before traveling to England?

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Most travelers require a valid passport and visa. Remember to bring a power adapter for the UK’s three-pronged electrical outlets.

England tourist attractions

More information about England

The patchwork countryside of England has gifted the country the nickname of the ‘green and pleasant land’, and it’s true that the rural parts of England are a haven of idyllic rolling fields and charming country villages. On the other hand, England is home to innovative cities and industrial centres, with vast urban sprawls and quaint historic towns. The capital, London, is a global metropolis, known for its royal heritage and stately architecture. If you travel to England, you’ll encounter a diverse range of people and landscapes, from modern cityscapes to medieval castles and rugged coastlines. 

England is part of the United Kingdom, along with Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. One of the most popular destinations in Europe, a trip to England is the chance to walk in the footsteps of a variety of cultural icons, from Shakespeare to The Beatles or the infamous King Henry VIII! Whilst the urban centres of Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham or Bristol take centre stage on a tour of England, if you venture off the beaten path you’ll find charming seaside towns, spectacular national parks and historic heritage sites scattered throughout this pocket-sized country.

One thing’s for sure, a vacation to England will be filled with historic sights and cultural treasures. From millennia-old stone circles to vast stately homes, at every turn, England unveils its complex and fascinating island story. With some of the best museums and galleries in the world, a diverse and delicious national cuisine and a well-connected transport network, take a trip to England to discover a small country with a big personality.

History of England

The early history of England is characterized as a story of invasion and conquest. Built between 5000 and 4000 years ago, Stonehenge is the most famous and ancient site in the country, a must-see if you travel to England. The Celts were one of the earliest known societies that settled in England, but around 43 AD, the Romans successfully invaded, incorporating England into the Roman Empire. Relics of this era, such as the Roman town of BathCirencesterHadrian’s Wall and Fishbourne Roman Palace, are some of the most fascinating things to see on a tour of England. With the decline of the Roman Empire in the 5th-centuryEngland was settled by seafaring Saxons, although both Celtic and Roman communities continued to flourish, particularly in the northern parts of the country. Between the 9th and 11th-centuries, England was subject to a number of surprise invasions by Vikings from Scandinavia, and if you visit the city of York, you’ll be able to trace this turbulent period in the island’s history. Finally, in 1066, the Norman conquest of England marked the end of the ongoing invasions and led to the signing of the legendary Magna Carta which guaranteed the rights of all free men. 

The Tudor period, with its notorious monarchs and gruesome religious conflicts, also saw the arrival of Renaissance culture. Historic buildings such as Hever Castle, Leeds Castle, the Tower of London or Hampton Court Palace are amazing places to visit to uncover the story of Tudor rule in England. The monarchy continued to be the most powerful force in the country up until the English Civil War of the 17th-century, which resulted in the creation of the Bill of Rights in 1689, transferring power to Parliament. If you travel to London, visiting the Houses of Parliament in Westminster is a fascinating insight into the history of democracy in England. 

The 18th-century saw the rise of the Industrial Revolution which dramatically changed society in England and spread throughout the world. Industrial centres such as Manchester grew in importance during this period. Whilst the 20th-century included two world wars, it also saw the cultural revolution of the ‘Swinging 60s’ and the rise of world-famous English musicians such as The Beatles and the Rolling Stones. A trip down Carnaby Street in London will whisk you back these heady days! 

Nature in England

Although England is known for its unpredictable weather, it’s not all grey skies and rain! The climate is mild, with cool winters and moderately warm summers, and it rains throughout the year, so be sure to pack an umbrella if you travel to England! This temperate climate makes for a beautiful landscape, awash with greenery, wildflowers and wildlife. If you can escape the large cities, you’ll be rewarded with the peaceful charms of the countryside and the chance to get in touch with the England that inspired poets such as William Wordsworth and Robert Browing and painters such as John Constable and Turner. 

With a coastline of almost 20,000 miles and 10 national parks, there are plenty of natural wonders to explore on a vacation to England. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lake District is home to some of the spectacular and characteristic landscapes in England. From the tranquil waters of Lake Windermere to the towering peak of Scafell Pike, the Lake District is a land of dramatic natural beauty. 

For idyllic beaches and sandy coves, you can’t beat the coastlines of Devon and Cornwall, England’s most popular summer destination. You could even mistake these beautiful beaches for the Mediterranean when the sun is shining! Surfing is particularly popular in these parts of the country. 

For that quintessential English countryside of your imagination, you can’t beat the county of Kent, known as the ‘Garden of England’. Manicured flower gardens, rolling meadows and patchwork farmlands set a picturesque scene for countryside walks or laid-back picnics, whilst the Kent coastline is known for its eye-catching white cliffs of Dover and pebblestone beaches.

When it comes to wildlife, you’ll find an abundance of bird and animal species if you know where to look! A number of deer parks are scattered throughout the country, whilst a trip to the countryside is a paradise for bird-watchers. Even in the most developed urban areas, green spaces are abundant, with London alone boasting around 3,000 public parks!

Culture in England

What would a vacation to England be without a night spent in a cozy old-world pub or a delicious afternoon tea? Indeed, England is known for its social and gastronomic traditions, be it a pint with friends, or a traditional Sunday roast dinner with family. Despite this, English culture is ever-evolving, a product of its diverse population. You’re just as likely to find a fish and chip shop on the high street as you are to find an Indian restaurant or a French bakery. This is the essence of modern English culture, a smorgasbord of influences from around the world, in some part the product of the days of the British Empire. 

Culture, in all its forms, is highly valued here, just take a look at the amazing museums, countless art galleries and well-preserved heritage sites found throughout England. From the world-renowned British Museum in London, home to some of the most precious historical treasures in the world, to the Cavern Club in Liverpool, a place of pilgrimage for music lovers, the English celebrate and preserve their cultural heritage with pride and passion. 

England also has rich folkloric traditions, with characters such as Robin Hood and King Arthur featuring heavily in the popular imagination. Nowadays, England is known for its music, literature and arts and cinema, and wherever you are in the world, it’s likely that you’re familiar with at least some English musicians, artists or writers. 

  • Entry requirements

    Valid passport with at least six months validity.

  • Visa

    A visa is not required for stays of up to 6 months.

  • Time zone

    GMT.

  • Currency

    Pound Sterling.

  • Language

    English.

  • Tourist Office website

  • Electricity

    230 V. Adapter required.

  • Other useful information

    People drive on the left-hand side of the road.

  • Health

    There are no mandatory vaccinations for travellers from the US/Canada.

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