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The world knows England for its capital, London, which attracts people from the world over to live and work there as well as visit. The city is simply bursting with history, culture, amazing architecture, world famous attractions, art galleries, theatres, incredible shopping, superb dining opportunities and a general buzz that is quite simply unique.

However, outside the capital there is so much more to discover in this small country with a big heart. Over the years, various period dramas such as Pride and Prejudice and Downton Abbey have thrust some of the nation’s stately homes into the spotlight and across the country there are certainly plenty of these to visit as well as centuries old castles and archaeological sites from Roman times right back to Neolithic.

Cities such as Bath, Exeter, Oxford, Cambridge, Salisbury and York all have huge aesthetic appeal from a historical architectural standpoint, however, others such as Bristol, Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Manchester lead the way in their vibrant approach giving way to the arts and music scenes.

Throughout the country, there are rolling hills to wander, peaks to climb, mirror-like lakes to explore and rivers to follow and perhaps, surprisingly to some, the most glorious expanses of beach and dramatic coastline to enjoy.

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England's climate can be described as temperate maritime climate, because the Gulf Stream ensures mild, maritime influenced weather. Read More

England's climate can be described as temperate maritime climate, because the Gulf Stream ensures mild, maritime influenced weather. England is famous for its rain, which is significantly heavier in the north. The coldest months are December to February, when the temperature is usually between 3 and 6 degrees. The summer months from May through to August are typically between 16 and 21 degrees Celsius and recent years have seen higher temperatures than ever. But don't forget, the weather in England can sometimes change very quickly!

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