England ‘s appeal is numerous starting with the sophistication of London to the charming and varied English countryside. Your first trip to England will start in London, one of the most exciting capitals of Europe filled with so many historical sights and monuments like Big Ben, Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, museums such the British Museum, National Gallery the Tate London, art galleries, shopping galore, theater and concert venues and a profusion of eating venues among which you will find Michelin-starred restaurants as well those offering diverse ethnic cuisine to suite any palates.

But once you have explored London, don’t shy away from venturing out into the English countryside. You will discover green rolling hills, ancient castles, royal palaces, cities of rich historical heritage, medieval cathedrals and abbeys, picturesque thatched roofs villages untouched by time, sandy beaches, dramatic coastline and lush gardens. At Enchanted France we offer England vacation packages to include London city breaks as well as self-drive itineraries and chauffeur guided tours through the English countryside. Some “must sees” on your itinerary can include the enchanting The Cotswolds villages, the elegant town of Bath, Stonehenge ancient stone circles, quaint Cornwall of Arthurian legends, the moors of Devon and the Jurassic Coast, the spectacularly scenic Lake District and historic mansions and castles like Bleinheim Palace, Warwick and Leeds castles and much more. For city breaks outside of London, head to historical York, Manchester renowned for its football legacy or Liverpool where you can retrace the footsteps of the Beatles.

For more off the beaten-path adventure consider exploring Wales, Cymru in Welsh. Located, in the southwest corner of Great Britain, Wales has a very distinct Celtic heritage notably with its own spoken language. When visiting Wales your will feel a world away from its neighbor England with swatch of unspoiled landscape of rolling hills dotted with grazing sheep, high mountains, dramatic rugged coastline, sandy coves and ancient ruined castles. In south Wales you can explore Cardiff, a lively city with museums and other excellent cultural venues and coastal Swansea, Wales’ second largest city. North of Cardiff, you will find Brecon Beacons National Park, an area of deep green valleys, hills, rivers and lakes, a landscape greatly appreciated by country walkers. Southwest Wales is the area of Pembrokeshire famed for its stunning coastine that is best explored on foot along scenic paths.

In Northern Wales you will find lively beach resorts like Llandudno, secluded coves, quaint fishing villages, Snowdonia National Park with Wales and England’ tallest mountain, Snowdon, medieval castles like Conwy , Harlech, Caernarfon and Beaumaris.

Wales is an up and coming gastronomic destination. In Wales, the emphasis is on fresh local products notably Welsh raised lambs, local cheeses and freshly caught fish and seafood off the coast of Wales. In pubs and restaurants you will be able to choose from a selection of Wales produced beer, distilled whisky and even wines.

Britain and Wales Packages and Itineraries.

The following are samples which can be customized to your needs and interests. The sky is the limit so just ask us and will be happy to provide assistance in creating the perfect and memorable experience to Britain and Wales.

London Experience
London , Oxford, Stratford Upon Avon & The Costwolds
Bath, Stonehenge & Cornwall
Southeast England
Lake District and Cambria
York, Manchester, Chester and Liverpool
Northwern Wales to Cardiff

London Experience

Fly to London
Transfer to your hotel in the heart of the city 5 nights in London
On/off bus pass to visit city landmarks at your leisure
Visit Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben St. Paul Cathedral, Picadilly Circus, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace
Enjoy a cruise on the Thames
Tour the British Museum, National Gallery and/or Tate Gallery
Take a day tour to Stonehenge and Bath or to Windsor Castle
See a Theatre performance on the London Stage


London, Oxford, Stratford Upon Avon and The Cotswolds

Fly to London
Transfer to your hotel in the heart of the city
3 nights in London
On/off bus pass to visit city landmarks at your leisure
Visit Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben St. Paul Cathedral, Picadilly Circus, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace
Enjoy a cruise on the Thames
Tour the British Museum, National Gallery and/or Tate Gallery
See a Theatre performance on the London Stage
Day 4- Take a train from Paddington station to Oxford
Pick up a rental car in Oxford and visit Oxford University and Shakespeare’ birthplace
in Stratford Upon Avon
Stay three nights in a village of The Cotswolds
Day 5 -Visit the charming villages of The Cotswolds – Burford, Bourbon on the Water, Stow on Wold, Upper and Lower Slaughter
Day 6 -Visit Bleinheim Palace , birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill in Woodstock and possibly Highclere Castle, site of the popular TV series “Downton Abbey”


Bath, Stonehenge and Cornwall

Fy to London
Day 1- Pick up a rental car at Heathrow and drive to Windsor Castle for a visit and an overnight nearby
Day 2- Drive to Bath, visit the Roman Baths and Georgian grandiose architecture – Night in Bath
Day 3 - Continue on to Stonehenge to visit ancient circle of stones continue south on south to Torquay, on the Devon Coast, a resort town considered to be the English Riviera
because of its mild climate. Stay two nights
Day 4- relax in Torquay
Day 5- Drive west to Cornwall in the southwest corner of England.
Spend three nights in southern Cornwall
Day 6, 7 - Visit Penzance, Lands End, Mount St. Michael, St Ives, Garden of Heligen and Eden Project


Southeast England

Day 1 - Take a train to Dover – stay 3 nights
Day 2 - Walk along the coastal paths of the Cliffs of Dover visit Dover’s Castle
Day 3 - Visit Canterbury Cathedral and Leeds Castle
Day 4 - Explore the coastal town of Folkestone and holiday resort of Margate


Lake District and Cambria

Day 1- Rent a car and drive to Windermere from London Heathrow or from Manchester airport
Stay two to three nights in Windermere Lake
Day 2 - Visit Beatrix Potter’s Hill Top Farm in Near Sawrey, Ambleside and the homes of the 19th century poet William Wordsworth in Rydal Mount and Dove’s cottage in Grasmere
Day 3 - Take a lake cruise from Windermere to Bowness
Day 4 - Tour Sizergh Castle, home to the Strickland Family for over 750 years


York, Manchester, Chester and Liverpool

Take a train to York- stay two nights
Day 1 - Visit York’s Gothic Minster Cathedral and stroll along the city rampart walls
Day 2 - Visit the Railway Museum, one of the largest in the world
Day 3 - Take a train to Liverpool – stay two nights
Visit the Albert Dock, Tate Liverpool and the Beatles Story
Go on a tour of the Beatles’ childhood homes and hunts
Day 4 – Visit Manchester and historic Chester


Northern Wales to Cardiff

Day 1- Start in Llangolen, a town on the River Dee and stay one night
Day 2 - drive to Llandudno, a resort on the northern coast of Wales Stay two nights
Day 3 - Visit Conwy Castle and Plas Mawr, an Elizabethan townhouse
Day 4 - drive to Caernarfon Castle, a World Heritage site and continue
to the Snowdonia National Park – stay two nights
Day 5 - Enjoy a day of hiking, biking in Snowdonia National Park
Day 6 - drive to Aberystwyth – stay two nights
Day 7 - Take the scenic narrow gauge steam railway
Day 8 –drive to Pembrokeshire – stay two nights on the Coast
Day 9 - enjoy scenic coastal path hiking
Day 10 - drive to Swansea –overnight
Day 11 - drive to Cardiff- Stay two nights
Day 12 - Explore Cardiff



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