Forget Brexit, get out and explore England with English Tourism Week
There is so much to be enjoyed in our green and pleasant land and to celebrate this, English Tourism Week which starts on Saturday, 30th March and runs until Sunday, 7th April has some great ideas.
The annual celebration of English tourism showcases a wide range of visitor experiences with fabulous ways to mark the beginning of England’s summer season whether it’s a short trip, day out or mini break.
There are so many places and experiences to enjoy in the Round & About area that we couldn’t possibly start to choose one over another but why not venture further afield into Surrey if you live in Oxfordshire or how about travelling from Berkshire to Gloucestershire – you may just be surprised by what you find there.
Visit Surrey to enjoy everything from theme parks and fast cars to take your breath away to the tranquillity of the Surrey countryside.
Oxford and Oxfordshire is about so much more than just dreaming spires and history, wander through covered markets, manor houses and designer outlets to satisfy your retail needs.
There’s something for the whole family in Berkshire from royal castles to music festivals and exciting sporting events while Gloucestershire boasts elegant spa and picturesque market towns to relax in.
England’s heritage is at the fore in Buckinghamshire which has more than it’s fair share of manor houses and stately homes set in rolling countryside while Hampshire can boast the enchanting New Forest and the chance to taste the sea air.
Perhaps fairytale castles are your thing – how about a visit to West Sussex for country house estates and coastal towns or Wiltshire for iron age forts or those standing stones, better known as Stonehenge.
And lest we forget, there’s London too…