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When packing for a trip to England, don't forget the essentials like your visa, passport, chargers, camera, some GBP and the correct power adaptor. Clothing wise, check out the seasonality guides and pack to suit the conditions - aka plenty of  layers for winter and lighter options for summer. Other necessities include a raincoat, walking shoes, hat, sunglasses and your favourite teacup. Though not essential, it is bound to impress the locals when you whip it out at tea time.

Despite being a smaller country, England offers travellers a bounty of experiences. While cities like London, Manchester and Birmingham are packed with activities, restaurants, history and bars, smaller towns in the Midlands and Lake District offer a slower pace of life amidst the English countryside.

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While England isn’t winning any prizes for year-round sunshine, it does give travellers the chance to experience all four seasons. Summer offers the hottest temps and long, sunny days between June and August, while winter will bring the cold, fog and snow between December and February. If you’re not a fan of the cold and are keen to make the most of your English days abroad, we recommend visiting between March and August.

Perhaps the better question would be, what can’t you do in England? Home to the Royal Family, centuries of history, big city experiences, beachside towns and welcoming pubs, you are spoiled for choice when it comes to building your English holiday itinerary.


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