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We're spilling the beans on the coolest places to visit in England and sharing expert advice from those in the know. Stick with us as we get under the cobbled streets, rolling fields and beaches that make up this fine country, showcasing the country's hidden gems and reminding you about the famous sites and experiences that are on your doorstep.

e-Luminate Festival, Cambridge

Things to do this weekend: tea ceremonies and heavy metal

by Melissa Brobby

February 6 2017 in Things to do

Spend this weekend laughing at some hilarious animal photos in Devon, or get down and dirty at a metal extravaganza in Birmingham, then kick back in Lincoln with a traditional Japanese tea ceremony suggests Danielle Jones. 

Leeds Royal Armouries

Things to do this weekend: Anarchy in the UK and winter walks

by Melissa Brobby

February 1 2017 in Things to do

From vintage shopping in a museum and a celebration of punk in Brighton to snowdrop walks in some of England's finest gardens and stargazing along the coast, Danielle Jones suggests 10 ways to make the most of your weekend.

Knaresborough, Yorkshire

10 ridiculously romantic things to do

by Melissa Brobby

January 17 2017 in Romantic Ideas

With grand palaces, secluded forests and dramatic coastline to explore hand-in-hand, love is in the air all year round in England, not just on Valentine’s Day. Why not plan a loved-up escape whatever the season, suggests Danielle Jones. 

17 unmissable events in 2017

by Melissa Brobby

January 11 2017 in Things to do

This year is jam-packed with an amazing array of events in England. From hot air balloons in Eastbourne, musical extravaganzas in Liverpool and Devon to a rum festival in Birmingham, why not use these to plan some trips for this year, suggests Danielle Jones.

An aerial shot of the inside of Oxford Natural History Museum

10 English events and exhibitions ending soon

by KatieRowe

January 4 2017 in Things to do

A new year means new beginnings, but if you’re quick you can still catch a glimpse of some of these cultural gems before they close this January. From a West End show to smaller indie productions, exciting exhibitions on Royal clothing to nostalgic icons…

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