The centerpiece of the United Kingdom, England, is rich with history, rural retreats, culture and even some family fun. Jane Austen celebrated the English countryside and its national parks and rose gardens are as beautiful as she said.
Tour Oxford and Cambridge, watch soccer or a rugby game, stroll around town and visit the Queen. Don’t miss the cities of Yorkshire, London, Exeter, Manchester and make your way to the 16th century when you visit William Shakespeare’s birthplace in Stratford-upon-Aon in Warwickshire.
This famous walking city is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world. Don’t miss the sites – see the entire city from up high in the London Eye or in a double decker bus, walk around Buckingham Palace, climb Big Ben, the Tower of London and London Bridge, visit the countless museums, have 4 o’clock tea or stroll through Harrods, see a show or concert, enjoy fine foods and a young, hip nightlife. London is a city of contrasts and unlimited things to do.