As the world leader in travel experiences since 1947, we connect you to the real England in a way like no other. Crumbling castles, historic villages, vibrant cities and vast landscapes, on each English path we take you down, a dynamic experience awaits. A strum of nostalgia permeates the passionate city of the Beatles, whilst a brush with royalty is an inevitable joy in the sites of London. But despite the many iconic attractions and significant places we visit, it’s the simple moments that will warm your heart in this part of the world. Find an ear-to-ear grin in a spot of fish ‘n’ chips wrapped in newspaper, and discover the simple bliss of a traditional Sunday roast. From the museums along the Thames to the ancient rituals of Roman baths, England tour packages curated by Trafalgar make uncovering this vast playground a breeze. Travel with us and unlock the infinite possibilities thanks to our exclusive Triploves Highlights.
"What is there to not love about England. Real life castles, Princes and Princesses, stunning scenery, and historic streets lined with lively pubs everywhere you go!”
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Crumbling castles, historic villages, vibrant cities and vast landscapes - a dynamic experience awaits those who travel England. Our expert Trafalgar Travel Directors will show you every side, from a brush with royalty or a stroke of nostalgia at the home of the Beatles.
Our top 3 things to do in England
Mysterious stone monoliths and preserved ancient baths prove there is so much more to see beyond the limits of London city. Let Trafalgar turn the pages of the history book that is England.
Admire the British capital from the London Eye
Watch London unfurl from the iconic 135-metre height of the London Eye. The unmatched views extend in every direction, reaching Buckingham Palace, the river Thames and the famed clock tower of the Palace of Westminster. All London’s highlights in one peaceful, 30-minute rotation.
Visit the Roman baths in Bath
Turn back the clock 2,000 years at the remarkably preserved remains of the Roman Baths. Still flowing with steaming, geothermally heated water, the ancient stone pavements reveal the culture behind the simple daily task of washing. Let time stand still staring at a spring filled with 12,000 Roman coins.
Take in the views of Britain's Lake District
Delve into Britain’s natural wonders and take in the panorama of rolling hills, rocky mountains and glittering waters of the Lake District. Abounding in outdoor opportunities from cruises to hilltop walks, you'll find serenity in this national park resting between Leeds and Glasgow.
Best museums in England
A cultural epicentre of the planet steeped in royal heritage, the museums of England sparkle like the Crown Jewels. Let Trafalgar guide you through the very best the region has to offer.
The British Museum
The British Museum is a ticket to relics that reveal some two million years of human history. Feel small standing beneath the colossal presence of Rameses II and contrast the myth and reality of Troy with the graphic world of Manga. This London highlight will take you on a journey of time travel.
Victoria and Albert
The Victoria and Albert Museum is an encounter with the very best of human creativity in almost every medium. Here you will design your own bioplastic bag, step behind the creative lens of Christian Dior and take a literal walk in history’s shoes admiring a 2,000 strong collection spanning 3,000 years.
Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum takes you on an unfathomable discovery of the formation of the solar system and its path to the present. Trace the origin of our species under the shade of a T. rex and glimpse rare meteorites straight from the surface of Mars. If this doesn’t shake you, the earthquake simulator most certainly will.
Best food in England
Food is at the heart of every journey when you travel to England. This is a country of warm and hearty meals, and our trips will show you the very best of it.
Fish & Chips
It’s hard to separate the partnership of fish 'n' chips. Try this traditional meal both from a gourmet restaurant and a local 'chippie'wrapped in newspaper. Always with lashings of salt and vinegar on top.
Full English breakfast
The full English breakfast is a requisite of a trip to England. A hearty plate piled with fried bacon, grilled tomatoes, buttered toast, mushrooms, eggs, beans, and black puddingis hard to resist.
Embrace the traditional English Sunday lunch with roast meats, a side of vegetables and an indulgent topping of gravy. The joy of this simple culinary experience is best served in atraditional Englishpub complete with footballon the screen and a few stouts.
With a high chance of experiencing four seasons in one day, an umbrella is a must when visiting England, both for rainy days and occasions when the sun beams down.
Though many hotels will have adaptors available for use, being prepared with your own will ensure you're always charged and ready to go.
A good book
With a seemingly infinite list of parks found in England, don't forgetto pack a novel and immerse yourself in a good book should the occasion arise.
It's always good to have a backup of digital maps on standby when you're out exploring in your own time. Download them prior to your trip so you can reach them even when your phone is offline.
A day bag
With days full of adventure and numerous souvenirs tempting your strolls, a day pack will ensure your hands always remain free. Split the weight across your back with a double strap bag for extra comfort.
What to pack for England
Other things to know before you go
Depending on your nationality, you'll need a valid passport and may also need visas to enter. Please check this well in advance of your trip departure date here. Some countries also require passports to have 3-6 months left on them before the given expiry date, so be sure to double check this before booking your travels.
Road Trip Adventures
Slide into your seat, grip the wheel, start the engine, and hit the open road. From Norway to South Africa, the tundra to the rainforest, there is no limit to what you can reach with four wheels and an adventurous spirit. The road trip is no longer a means to get from point A to point B in your country; it crosses borders into new places, allowing for pure freedom in exciting destinations. Measure your next journey in viewpoints, road signs, and the people you'll meet along the way!