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    This is down to what you want to do and where you want to go.

    London in mid summer with hoards of tourists is not my idea of fun...give me London on a cold, crisp December morning with the mist over the Thames any time!

    The best weather is July and August. The worst weather is December and January.

    I prefer to travel out of season - means that the hotels are cheaper, the roads are a bit quieter, the flights are easier to get and the tourist attractions are not as busy. I would therefore avoid summer and come either in spring (May) or when the children have gone back to school (September). over 4 years ago

    Answered by Sam Richards via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    I'd vote for September or October - often a late summer, not too hot (or cold or wet) and the countryside can be superb.

    Try Yorkshire, Derbyshire, the Lake District or even Scotland. over 4 years ago

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    Do not go in the summer months. I usually visit sept or may. May is really nice with all the baby lambs running around the hills. over 4 years ago

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    Why not you go in December month. This month people of England celebrate Christmass.. You can enjoy it over 4 years ago

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    I went at end of September when prices lower and less tourists. The weather was warm during the day but quite cool at night. Only a small bit of rain to contend with. over 4 years ago

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