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About England

Although it is only about the size of Alabama, England packs in a huge amount to see and do. The country is centered around London, which can keep visitors busy for weeks on its own. It's a city with everything- from the palaces of royalty to Premier League soccer, nightlife, fascinating museums and endless dining options. But there is more to England than London. Get out to Liverpool, the home of the Beatles, or Bristol- with its maritime past. There are areas of wilderness and natural beauty like Exmoor, historical attractions like Stratford-Upon-Avon and lively cultural centers like Manchester- all within a short train or bus ride of each other.

Omio’s Quick Guide to England

Obviously London is a must see, but don't overlook lesser known towns like Ludlow or the coast of Cornwall, where visitors can take fishing tours or walk the beautiful cliff-top paths. Don't be restricted to fish and chips either - try heading to the great curry houses in Bradford or seafood restaurants in the south-west for a taste of modern England's diversity. Don't be afraid to dive into local culture either. Markets are great places to find fresh produce and crafts, while small town soccer matches provide an unbeatable atmosphere.

Arriving in England

If you are coming from Europe via the Channel Tunnel, trains arrive at either London Stratford International or St Pancras - both of which are on the London Underground network.
A good way to get from any airport into the nearest major city is by taking a National Express bus. The company serves almost every airport, linking them to cities across the country.
Most visitors from across the Atlantic will touch down at London Heathrow airport, although planes from America land at Manchester, Birmingham and London Gatwick as well.

Traveling around England

Traveling around England is easy enough, with an extensive train network, but be sure to buy tickets in advance and shop around for the cheapest deal. Family saver tickets are also a great way for groups to travel (and you don't need to be related to buy them). Car rental is an excellent idea as well - but remember that Brits drive on the left. Because England is so small, you can pack in a lot of activities and sights in no time if you have your own wheels.