With the Summer already upon us, now is an ideal time to pack your suitcases and visit England for some royal scenery!
While the notion of blue waters, white sandy beaches and bucket loads of sun are always on peoples mind when they think about their holidays – more and more are starting to choose holiday destinations that are a little closer to home.
England, while it may not have the white sandy beaches talked about above, does provide some excellent destinations for tourists looking to enjoy a holiday. For those people that live in the UK, then the necessity of having to book a long haul flight is immediately eliminated, which in turn saves them money.
There are activities for everyone during the july holidays this year as well as some amazing scenery on offer along the coastlines. The Isle of Sheppey is fairly popular and is found off the coast of Kent. It boasts some lovely beaches to kick back and relax on.
Along the south coast are beaches like Broad stairs, Whitstable and Hastings which all provide plenty of shops, restaurants and various amusement arcades for the kids.
If you are a nature lover, then you can head to the peak district or New Forest which are renowned for their natural beauty.
History buffs can whet their beak with a trip to Stonehenge. Visitors from all over the world come here every day, and it remains one of the most popular tourist destinations in England.
If you wanted something more upbeat, then a visit to Glastonbury would definitely get the heart bumping.
You can enjoy the outdoors on your Summer holiday uk while you take in all the local sights that the country has to offer. The town of Brighton is a very busy seaside attraction that hosts many festivals throughout the year. You can catch street performers and various musicians all playing along in unison. You can spend hours and hours just people watching in a location like this.
Of course no trip to England would be the same unless you visited the capital, London. Apart from the vibrant 24 hour nightlife, London offers some extraordinary attractions for tourists to visit – like the Tower of London, Buckingham palace and the British museum to name but a few.
These are just a few of the countless locations pebble dashed around England that you could visit during your stay there.