Travelling to England solo? – Recommended places to visit…
To many, England evokes images of golden battered fish and chips, roast dinners with giant Yorkshire puddings, Shakespeare and The Beatles. English people are often stereotyped as having a stiff upper lip in times of crisis, a great ability to laugh at themselves, weather obsessed and a ‘cup of tea solves everything’ mindset.
England is one of the countries that forms part of the United Kingdom. Its capital city, London, is the most popular destination tourists flock to but the country is made up of 48 counties that are worth visiting too. Many are easily accessed from London by car or train so, if you are travelling to England solo and time is on your side, it is worth spending time outside of the city as well.
London… double decker buses, black taxis, red phone boxes, Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, West End theatre shows and Big Ben. There is so much to see and do in this city. It is an excellent place to visit in England solo. Its rail network, buses, ubers and cabs make travel easy while ‘hop on hop off ‘ buses help with getting your bearings.
Sevenoaks is a market town steeped in history, surrounded by undulating hillside. By day roam a wild deer park, browse street markets or shop for antiques by a Grade II Listed duck pond. By night head into town for a tipple in a 16th or 17th century pub, enjoy a tasty meal or, go wine tasting at a local vineyard.
Be wooed for a weekend at England’s former capital city. Days might include water meadow walks, visiting castles or a trip to the zoo. Of an evening, try a unique wine tasting experience or fine dining at a medieval rectory or Rick Stein’s.
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