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Visiting England

Why take a ferry to England

Booking a ferry to or from England couldn't be easier with Compare Ferries England’s richness in both its landscape and heritage make it an ideal destination for the curious traveller. For many, it is the centrepiece of the British Isles, representing a land of lost empire. Home to a variety of both natural sights and urban landmarks, it has something for everyone.

You’ll find that a variety of ferry companies including P&O Ferries, DFDS, Stena Line, Brittany Ferries, Eurotunnel and many more who offer travel to various ports such as Dover, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Fleetwood, Hull, Newcastle, Holyhead, Harwich and many more.

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Highlights of England

If arriving at Dover, from the very beginning of your trip you’ll see the white cliffs rising from the mist for eight miles, giving you just a flavour of England’s varied coastline. From promenades to fishing villages, there are countless coves and beaches tucked away, just waiting to be discovered.

As a lasting monarchy, England is often associated with a past of chivalry and nobility. On this, it does not disappoint, and so welcomes seekers of history and legends alike to visit Buckingham Palace, not forgetting its castles such as Kenilworth and Tintagel.

Moving further north, The Lake District offers rolling hills and green pastures; as the home of the poet William Wordsworth, its Romantic charm is full of promise. Strolls through quaint villages and cottages with thatched roofs are perfect for those looking for a scenic route. But lovers of adventure can also find more daring hikes or climbs to try out.

Woodland trails become bustling streets the closer you go towards England’s major cities. Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham and York all offer a fantastic range of shops with a price tag to suit everyone, restaurants that range from fine dining to fast-food and a vibrant nightlife - whether you want to visit a bar or the theatre.

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The Culture, Food and Drinks

England has a variety of traditional dishes widely available, wherever you decide to visit. Start your day with a full English Breakfast or just a couple of crumpets if you’re saving room for later. For lunch, choose from fish and chips by the sea or stop by a pub for a hearty Sunday roast. If you prefer something sweeter, Cornwall’s clotted cream tea, traditional scones or a Bakewell Tart should definitely be considered.

It's widely known that the British enjoy a cup of tea, most adding milk rather than drinking it black. But beers and ciders are also widely available in both establishments, as well as at seasonal festivals where you can sample a wide selection. For those who steer away from alcohol, the soft drink Dandelion and Burdock - brewed since the Middle Ages - is worth trying for its unique flavour.

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