3 Answers

  • 0

    If you really want to see England, I wouldn't go for less than two weeks. That gives you a chance to really see London, take trains to the South Coast, perhaps a bus from there to Bath being sure to see Stonehenge (a diversion from train travel) and then the Lake District and back throughDurham to London. There are bus trips you can take from London that will give you this entire trip all at one go, or onto separate trips. British Rail also has interesting trips. And my favorite way to see England are the Fly/Drive options that you can book do here that include car, hotels and airfare. That's the easiest way. Check out British Air for ideas, and google Visit London and Visit England. Rick Steves has a good guide to England and if your budget is tight, check out Lonely Planet guide to England. over 6 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
  • 0

    Check out day trips from London in many of the England tour books. They provide details as to train /bus options and length of travel. There are so many great day trips that you can do on your own, plus bus tour companies have them. Canterbury, Brighton, Leeds Castle, Hever Castle, Salisbury/Stonehenge..... about 6 years ago

  • 0

    Easy jet or Ryan air will give you plenty of cheap options for side trips to Europe etc. about 6 years ago

    Answered by via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

Answer this question

Map of England