Looking to Explore the UK? Here’s Three Top Destinations to See in England

Cornwall, England
Cornwall, England. Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash

If you’re looking to explore more of the UK, particularly England, now is the perfect time. Tourist season is low, prices are lower, and the weather in the fall is crisp. If you were looking for a sign or an excuse to book a flight to the UK this November, here you have it. Keep reading for some top recommendations to kick start your trip.


If you have never been to England before, a trip would be amiss without stopping in London. Amongst the main tourist attractions, like the Palace, Westminster Abbey, and the Big Ben, there are also tons of wonderful culinary experiences to be explored, art, and theater. Be sure to a show in the main strip, as the prices are much lower than Broadway and equally as good. If you’re a foodie, check out Borough Market for a fun, tasty, and cultural culinary scene! Lastly, head to Camden Lock for thrifting, art, and tea shops.


York is a charming old city with a rich Viking and Roman history. Located about two hours from London by train, York is worth the trek for its charming narrow streets, filled with bookshops, museums, and cafes. Check out the York Minster, and revel in the the 13th century Gothic structure. Then head to the Viking Centre and learn about the history of Vikings. Lastly, head to York’s Chocolate Story for a hot cup of coco and a taste of Artisan Chocolate.


If you’re looking for breathtaking views and an escape from the city head to Cornwall, located on the Southwestern tip, and well known for its rugged coastline, cliffs, villages and ales. Closer to Wales, Cornwall is known as the “Cornish Rivera,” and has some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. Be sure to try their famous Ales, Cornish Pastries, and ice cream.