Traveling to anywhere within the United Kingdom is an exciting time, but for those that don’t have the time to explore the four countries that make it up, they usually stick to England. There’s a lot that this place has got to offer, with over 60 million people making up the population who have made it a welcoming place for any tourists. But where should you start with it all?

Sort Out Your Money – And Budget          Before you do anything else, you will need to figure out just how much money you will need for the duration of your trip. Things that you will need to factor in include travel, food, sightseeing and accommodation. You can buy GBP from many places, and even online if you don’t have the time to go out to your local travel agent. Make sure to look for the best conversion rate that is available to you. Budgeting can easily be done by taking a look around on the internet for estimates of prices that you’ll have to be paying in certain places. Remember that it will be cheaper the further out of a city that you go, but there can be anomalies that pop up and surprise you at either end of the spectrum.

Choose Where You Want To Go         There are so many great villages, towns and cities for you to visit in England that it can be hard to know which one to choose. The good news is that it doesn’t really take long to travel between most places, so you may be able to fit in at least two in a day if you plan it properly. However, it’s worth dedicating a whole day to where you want to go to and exhausting it until you get bored – that way, at least you know that you have made the most of your time there.

Book Attractions In Advance           With such a wealth of history, there are of course attractions to go with it. Most of them are concentrated within a certain place, such as Southbank on London where you can visit the Sea Life Centre, London Dungeons and a whole host of other sites. If you book to go in in advance, you will be able to save yourself a good amount of money as well as having assurance that you will definitely be able to get into them – they can get quite busy, especially when school isn’t on. You may even be able to combine tickets for certain attractions.

Look For Reviews From Locals           The best place to go for reviews on where to go for most of the things that you want to see within England is a site like TripAdvisor, or by looking on a social media for where is being raved about currently. This is extremely useful to get knowledge from the locals who definitely know what’s worth checking out around them, and are usually only too happy to let you know where to go for anything that you need.


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Written by Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers

Jacqueline Chambers is the founder of TGIFguide. She uses her innate skills as a natural “connector” to serve businesses, brands and individuals in the LA area and beyond.