Historically, previous and not half as high to strong as people do, England is up there with Europe's very best countries to visit. From London's bright light to the ever - inviting green landscape, England, as they say, simply has it all.

Luxury travel in the country is especially rewarding. The quality of life here is exceptional as it is - if you can afford to shop in its more elite circles, the comfort and possibilities of the daily holiday will be endless. Here is a quick review of the best parts of luxury travel in England ....

Accommodation

From big-name cities to designer shops, country-style mansions and spas in the middle of nowhere, England has an almost immeasurable array of luxury hotels.

London does not surprisingly boast many of the most famous. The Ritz on Picadilly Road, for example, and The Lanesborough in Knightsbridge. Elsewhere in the city, smaller boutique hotels are currently all the rage, with places like Portobello in Notting Hill and The Zetter in Clerkenwell still popular choices.

Move away from London, and luxury travel in England is all about landscape splendor. The country's rural areas are famously idyllic, and as long as you are willing to try some cool weather around the winter, they are also exceptionally inviting. Golf hotels, country mansion hotels and B'n'Bs-cum-designer-retreats are the name of the game in these parts.

Eat and drink

One of the great untruths about England is that it has no kitchen of its own. Thanks to its imperial past, the country has been learning dishes from other nations since the 16th century - it has also often made cooking with their ingredients. International dishes are certainly always present here (especially in London’s Michelin-starred restaurant bar), but you’ll also encounter a lot of food that you won’t find anywhere else in the world.

This is especially evident in the country's coastal areas, where fresh sea fish are cooked with an art distilled over hundreds of years.

Get around

Despite what the English will tell you, England's train system is extraordinary: fast, comprehensive and comfortable. Most trains have suitably first-class carriages, which means you can travel in style without having to book your ticket too early in advance (though you'll probably save yourself a 'bob' or two).

Renting a car here is also a good way to do things, but probably more away from London, where the roads are less congested and stressful. In the capital, taxis serve as the best means of getting around - they are always present, fast, and the driver generally has an interesting conversation if you want to learn more about the surroundings. https://www.tokyuensen.com/%e0%b8%97%e0%b8%b5%e0%b9%88%e0%b9%80%e0%b8%97...

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Despite what the English will tell you, England's train system is extraordinary: fast, comprehensive and comfortable. Most trains have suitably first-class carriages, which means you can travel in style without having to book your ticket too early in advance (though you'll probably save yourself a 'bob' or two).