Talking about England, there are plenty of places where one would like to visit, and through this England travel itinerary, you will be covering all the top tourist attraction of England. Read on to unveil the best places in England. This England travel itinerary is perfect for those who are traveling to England for the first time and they do not have much time in hand.
Explore the historic beauty of Bath
Discover the beautiful city
Feel the hot spring of waters
Day 1: Arrival in London
Day 2: Explore the stunning Bath
Day 3: Discover Bath Abbey and the Palladian Bridge
Day 4: Spend Day in Salisbury
Day 5: Take an Oxford tour
Day 6: Departure
Land into London Heathrow airport, pick up your private transfer and drive yourself straight to your hotel. After checking in to the hotel, you can go for the morning meal if you have arrived in the morning. Once you are done with your breakfast, it is time to explore the beautiful city which is bursting with a history dating back to Roman times. On the first day of the tour, you can explore and have an idea about the place through the locals and if you want to hire a professional guide, you can also ask the hotel staff to arrange one for you.
Bath is one of the stunning places in England, so ensure to visit the place on the first day of the tour. Have some morning meals at the hotel and leave for exploring the beauty of Bath in the early morning to have a hassle-free tour to Bath. This visit will give you the opportunity to peek into the ancient Roman statues, and as you get close to the Roman baths, you can feel the hot spring of waters which was once used for public bathing. After exploring this hot springs, you can continue your walk to the most prestigious address in Bath - The Royal Crescent. This curved row of 30 Georgian terraced houses that are set against a large green lawn. This is the greatest examples of Georgian architecture in the UK, which is turned in the museum. Wrap up your day with a delightful dinner. If you wish, you can take the last meal of the day at your hotel.
Start the third day of your tour with the Bath Abbey, which is meant to be a very important part of Bath’s religious history. Its stained glass windows and the high vaulted ceiling are the real attraction of the building. Spend half of your day here in exploring Bath Abbet and rest of the day in exploring the Palladian bridge that was designed by poet Alexander Pope with help from landscape gardener Capability Brown. The third day on the England travel itinerary will be spent in exploring the most beautiful places in Baths and after having great food at the famous food street, you can come back to your hotel to take some rest. Leave early in the morning for Salisbury, so that you can cover the top attractions on a day tour.
After reaching in Salisbury, you can take some rest in the hotel. Wake up in the evening and get ready to discover the top attractions of Salisbury. Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral are the places that deserve your day. So according to England travel itinerary, start your fourth day with the historic monuments of Stonehenge and wrap it up with the leading English architecture in the country, Salisbury Cathedral.
It is just 2-hour drive from Salisbury, make sure to leave for Oxford early in the morning so that you can get enough time to explore Oxford University. It is a small city but one of the top attractions in the UK, comprising of numerous museums and universities. The Turf Tavern is one of the oldest and the most popular pubs in the city. You can drop in there in the evening when you have explores the entire place. Take pictures and read about the place through the engraved stones compromising of the history of the Univerity. Wrap your day with the delicious meal and pack your luggage as you are on the day of the England travel itinerary.
According to the last day of the England travel itinerary, you can have some cozy moments in the city before your private transfer would escort you to the airport. Before leaving for the airport, you can have a morning meal at the hotel and could leave a feedback on the hotel services. Hope this England travel itinerary works for you.
England is a bit expensive but again it's expenses can easily fit a size to one's pocket.
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