England is one of the most heavily touristed countries in the world. Although expensive for visitors – the pound is consistently ranked as the strongest currency – England offers easy to navigate public transportation, an English-speaking populace (obviously) and no shortage of attractions. It also contains the ever-bustling hub city of London, which offers the cheapest tickets to Europe.
British Airways is the national airline, although other low-cost budget European airlines – far too many to list here – fly to and from the area.
Top attractions in England include Beatles reminiscing in Liverpool, Bath’s Roman thermal baths and London’s museums, restaurants, shopping and historical sites. For more information on England, check out check out BootsnAll’s England Travel Guide.
For cheaper tickets to England, consider the following:
- Fly into Amsterdam, Netherlands, and catch a connecting flight on one of Europe’s budget carriers.
- Travel overland via bus or train.
- Depart on midweek low-volume travel days.
Deals on England one-way & round-trip departures: