England is a green landscape which offers idiosyncratic vibes to exhilarating one’s experience. It might not be a big city but it is covered with picturesque green fields, chalk cliffs, ancient woods, and moody moorland. It is a place where anyone wants to visit once in their lifetime, but what if you are traveling to England without punching a hole into your pocket. To make this happen, we are coming up with this England travel itinerary that would include some of the best cities in England. Simply follow this valuable England travel itinerary.
-Take a walk through the famous Oxford University
- Explore the gallery
-Take a stroll in a garden
Day 1: Arrival in London
Day 2: Oxford Tour
Day 3: Bristol Tour
Day 4: Covent Garden
Day 5: Departure
Welcome to the capital of England! After checking-in to your hotel, you can leave for the day to explore some amazing and classic places in England. There are so many things that can be discovered on a day tour. So after having breakfast at the hotel, your private transfer will take you on a tour. Your England Itinerary would be incomplete if you don’t visit the Buckingham Palace, a residence of Her Majesty the Queen. The best part for the visitors is to view the Changing of the Guard which is also called the British traditions. Spending at least half of the day here, you can see the Trafalgar Square & Piccadilly Circus in the evening which could also add a four moon passion on your journey. Piccadilly Circus is known for its bright lights and wide spaces. From Piccadilly, head towards Waterloo Place to have dinner and end your day.
From London, there is an hour ride to the famous Oxford University if you are traveling by train, whereas, by bus, you can arrive there within one and half an hour. Whatsoever is your mode of transport, you probably reach there within two hours. Oxford University is a small city that inspires numerous films and novels. A walking tour is enough to explore this small city in a day since it is a small city but a must-visit city 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.
It’s just a few hours long ride from London to Bristol. If you are traveling by bus, it will take around three hours to reach there. Bristol has a rich history in shipbuilding, trading and Victorian engineering marvels like the Clifton Suspension Bridge. This is the most important structures built during the Victorian era. Apart from this, colorful houses and museums are some must-visit places.
Covent Garden is called a home to London’s fruits and vegetable market which also refers to the district of West London. It’s meant for the high-end shopping, entertainment complexes, theatres, and the Royal Opera House of London. Spending the first half of the day here, you could step ahead Rumpus Room which is situated in the heart of South Bank and is a gorgeous rooftop cocktail lounge that concentrates more on the fine dining, champagne & wine abreast with an offering of the breathtaking views London.
On the last day of the trip, 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 budget-friendly England 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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