England, located at the north-western tip of Europe, is a popular destination for short trips, city breaks and excursions of all kinds. Green meadows and extensive landscapes characterize the image of this extraordinary country, as do the country's heavily populated commercial and cultural centers.
With an area of over 130 000km², England is the largest country in Great Britain. The more than 50 million inhabitants live mainly in the larger cities and metropolitan areas such as London, Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle. The county of Sussex at the southern end of Great Britain is especially popular with bathing tourists, as it has a pleasant and warm climate during the summer months. The county is also home to the towns of Brighton and Eastbourne, considered one of the most beautiful and interesting places in southern England. Take a stroll along the Brighton Pier or learn more about the city's beautiful Victorian old buildings on a city tour or guided tour. Another highlight is the city of Bath, located in the west, which owes its name to the Romans who once lived there and their famous baths. A tour of this unique city takes you past beautifully restored Roman baths and one of the most extraordinary buildings in England: the Royal Crescent, a prime example of Gregorian architectural art. It is not for nothing that the entire city of Bath has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
If you are more interested in the vibrant diversity of a big city, then a trip to England's capital city is a must. In addition to various attractions and historical sites, London offers a wide range of tours and excursions: From a city walk with a local guide, to the Harry Pottertour, to a ride in a real London double-decker bus. For thrills, there are motto tours on the tracks of Sherlock Holmes or James Bond. A good way to round off a day is to take a so-called "Pub Crawl" - a real English pub crawl