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England and France Tours & Trips

Find the right tour for you that goes to England and France. With 73 tours to choose from, ranging in length from 3 days to 19 days. The most popular month to visit these countries is July, which has the most number of departures.

73 trips through England and France with 282 reviews

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  • Stand before the walls of the historic Tower of London and marvel at the majestic façade of the Westminster Abbey in London.
  • Trace the imprints of the literary genius William Shakespeare in his place of birth, Stratford –upon- Avon.
  • Savor the scholarly atmosphere of the world’s most prestigious institute for higher learning, Oxford University.
  • Be amazed by the incredible contrast of Georgian and Roman architecture in England’s ancient resort town, Bath.
  • Get a glimpse of the exquisite artwork that decorates the grand galleries inside the Louvre Museum in Paris.
  • Stroll around the opulent gardens and glamorous interiors of the Versailles Palace that once served the French monarchy.
  • Travel back to D-Day when the Allied Forces reclaimed World War II on the famous landing beaches of Normandy.
  • Enjoy elegant architecture, gourmet French cuisine and the warmth of sun-kissed beaches at glitzy Nice.


  • Make an effort to speak in a low or moderate tone of voice in France as the French place great importance on politeness.
  • You can use the terms ‘Garcon de café’ or ‘Serveur’ when calling out to a waiter in Paris.
  • Say ‘Parlez vouz anglais?’ to convey ‘Do you speak English?’ in French.
  • Refrain from bargaining in French stores as prices are usually not negotiable.
  • Travelers checks may not be accepted everywhere in England but most ATMs accept Visa and MasterCard debit cards.
  • Talking about the weather is a good way to start a conversation with the locals in England.
  • If you like plays, head to London’s West End area or the Royal National Theatre situated at South Bank.
  • Do not be offended if anyone calls you ‘Mate’ or ‘Duck’ in England as these are affectionate terms.

England and France Tours & Trips Reviews