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England

Itinerary Inspiration

While England is well known for its rich history and its exuberant culture, it's also known for its majestic landscapes and historic monuments. Visit the ancient wonder of Stonehenge or one of England's enchanting castles. Enjoy the bustling atmosphere of London or explore the rugged coastlines and mountainsides. There are so many sites to see from the Isles of Scilly to the London Eye to the Windsor Castle to the Tower Bridge. Whether you honeymoon in the England countryside or in the heart of the city, your days and nights will be filled with romance and adventure.

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: GMT
Primary Language: English
Currency: Pound Sterling
Entry Requirements: Passport (valid for 2 months after stay) and proof of return ticket
Best Times to Visit: Summer

England Honeymoons

Full of quaint cottages, rolling hills and local pubs, England's countryside has something for every honeymooning couple. Stroll through magnificently designed manicured gardens, cuddle up by the wood-burning fireplace or take a ghost tour in a medieval city after dark. The beginning of your happily ever after awaits you in England!

Destination Weddings in England

The timeless charms and historic splendor make England a fantastic place to vacation. Exchange your vows in a verdant green field or elegant palace. Go back in time and say "I do" in a medieval castle or centuries-old cathedral. No matter where you decide to get married, your destination wedding will be a dream come true.

Climate & Weather

The weather in England can be unpredictable due to its temperate oceanic climate and the surrounding sea, which can bring sunshine one day and rain the next. During the winter, temperatures average 32° F with some snow. Summer months are pleasantly warm, averaging from 75° to 90° F based on location. February and March are typically the driest months.