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Best Time to Visit England

England is a country that has much to offer to the tourists
England Tourism

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Best time to visit:

Aug - Nov

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On Arrival

Ideal Duration:

6-7 Days

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Rs. 34,500

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Weather in England

Best Time To Visit England

Plan your trip during best season to experience the best of this stunning destination

 

The best time to visit England would be depending on what a traveler is looking forward to explore or experience in the country. Spring in England is during the months from March to May. It is the best season to visit England if one is looking to celebrate Easter in England. During this time most of the shops may be closed on Easter Sunday and also there are chances for many changes in public transport services as well.

 

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Climate in England

Summer Season in England

Summer is the best time to visit England for Honeymoon. Summer season is experienced in England during the months from June to August. It is the best time to visit England for enjoying the beer gardens, green spaces and the rooftop bars here. Temperature may remain to an average of 18 degree Celsius and may even go till 30 degree Celsius. It is the best time for anyone who is planning to visit England for enjoying the summer music festivals or the outdoor cinemas. The good weather and the school holidays make summer months best for visiting England.   

Autumn is the best time to visit England for a Holiday. It is the time that spans from September to November. It is the time when one can even take part in different events like Halloween and Totally Thames festival.

 

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Monsoon Season in England

The moors of South West England receive up to 180 inches of rainfall per year and the region is among the wettest parts of the country. On the other hand, with only 26 inches of rain, the city of London witnesses lesser annual rainfall than cities like Rome, New York, or Sydney. Rainfall in summer occurs in southern, eastern, and central parts of England, while it is less frequent in northern and western England. Rainfall in winter is commonplace, with December being the wettest month of the year.

 

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Winter Season in England

Winter is colder in England but the average temperature is between 2 and 6 degree Celsius. It is the best time to visit England to enjoy all the major attractions in the city. One just need to use warm clothes. England experiences winter from December to February. Christmas is the time when the city becomes most lively with Christmas decorations and lights all over. January and February are much quieter times for visiting. Half term of February is when the deals are very cheaper here.

 

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FAQ's of England

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Do I need a separate visa for visiting England?

The Schengen visa that is valid for the entire European Union is also valid for France.

What souvenirs can I buy from England?

Make sure to buy tea, chocolates and souvenirs with the Union Jack printed on them.

What is the best way to travel between cities in England?

There are buses and trains available to get people from any city to the other.

How long will I need to explore England properly?

You will need at least 10 days to explore the country.

What sort of clothes should I pack for my England trip?

Make sure to pack some woolens as well as raincoats for a trip to England.