The geological foundations of the landscape that is England relatively young, this is a soft low lying country, born out of a turbulent and bloody history, life, and ancient customs, food and drink, documented, and told through stories, buildings, plays, and song that have been handed down from generation to generation, for centuries.
Today the people if England hold a vast wealth of knowledge, of the ancient coexistence, habits and customs that have developed over the centuries, in the manifestations that are strongly protected, from country houses, castles churches, battle grounds, museums, art galleries, plays, stories, food and drink, books, all to marvel the traveller with full access to satisfy the curious and the adventurous.
- Starting from Cornwall a county in South West England This is the furthest south western point of England, Land's End, the southern most point is Lizard Point.
- The county is bordered to the north and west by the Celtic Sea, to the south by the English Channel, here are so many amazing things to do in England.
Discover iconic landmarks, uncovering centuries of history, Immerse yourself in the great outdoors follow the winding paths and mystic atmosphere only found in Forests and Woodlands alike, idyllic sanctuaries of the Lake District, sprawling Welsh coast, wild landscapes of Devon, eccentric wildlife, Hay meadows and green pastures full of wild flowers dip into deep glacial valleys and reach right up into the Pennine hills, incredible views, Rolling hills, deep ravines and waterfalls, shopping in England's thousands of independent shops and vintage markets
England has a long rich regal history and royal heritage to be discovered, from the past to the present.
- England has countless specialist cuisines when eating out.
The traditional classic afternoon tea selection, consists of scones, clotted cream, jam, finger sandwiches, cakes, tarts and of course tea, Fish and Chips, Roast Sunday Lunch, Pie Mash and liqueur, Jellied eels, Cornish pasty, each region has its own delight for you to try.
England Features a never ending array of exciting tours, world-famous attractions, romantic itineraries, exotic experiences, whether active or not, old or young
To get about you can hire a car, mini bus or motor bike, go on a coach trip, hire a private tour guide, walk, cycle, there’s no limit to what you can do, take part in the many tours, days out, boat trips sight seeing, wild life watching, have a pint in a traditional pub offering traditional food from the county in are in, join in with a local sing song, walk around a traditional village fate, walk along sandy beaches, watch a punch and Judy show, a treat old or young, have fish and chips on the pier, take a donkey ride along the beach, visit some the country’s most important heritage sites, Tour and explore serene gardens, bursting with colourful fauna and flora, visit England's finest country houses, Castles, Keeps, monstrosities, Cottages, villages, sea side towns, breweries, steeped in history, and of the families that live in them today and in the past,
England has a rich maritime history The Maritime history of England involves events including shipping, ports, navigation, and seamen, as well as marine sciences, exploration, trade, and maritime themes in the arts of England.
Until the advent of air transport and the creation of the Channel Tunnel, marine transport was the only way of reaching the rest of Europe from England and for this reason, maritime trade and naval power have always had great importance.
If you are a water sport enthusiasts there are vast expanse of lakes, rivers, canals and the sea to choose from, watch out for the birds and wild animals, as you cruise through a timeless landscape of sparkling waterways, villages, towns and cities.
- England has three genres of fishing, or angling as it is commonly known:
Coarse, Game and Sea.
- Coarse angling is fishing for any species of fish other than those that live in the sea and Trout and Salmon.
Game fishing pertains to the pursuit of Trout and Salmon.
Sea fishing as its name suggests is fishing for species that inhabit the sea.
The country has an impressive selection of fishing for you to try,
At the other end of England is Carlisle this a city and the county town of Cumbria. Historically in Cumberland, it is also the administrative centre of the City of Carlisle district in North West England. Carlisle is located at the confluence of the rivers Eden, Caldew and Petteril, 10 miles south of the Scottish border.
You can take a train from Cornwall to Carlisle via Plymouth and Birmingham it will take around 9 h 10 min.
Alternatively, you can take a bus from Cornwall to Carlisle via Plymouth Coach Station, it will take around 14 h 5 min.