England is the largest country in the United Kingdom and offers many attractions for visitors. London is the main travel hub in England, and most passengers on international flights to England land at one of the several airports in London. The main London airports are Heathrow and Gatwick, although many low-cost airlines with cheap flights to England fly to small airports such as Luton and Stansted. Manchester is another major UK airport and receives international and domestic England flights. Visitors planning to travel around the North or Northwest England can look for an affordable airfare to England by flying to Manchester instead of London. Many low-cost airlines also fly to smaller regional airports around England.
Public transport in England includes trains, local buses and long-distance coaches. In London the underground (the London Tube) is the easiest way to move around. Several private train operators are responsible for train travel in England and although English trains have a reputation for expensive tickets and unreliability, the railway network stretches to the smallest towns and villages. Long-distance trains are very comfortable and often the fastest way to travel. Many airports have their own express trains, including the Heathrow Express and the Gatwick Express in London. Buses and coaches are more affordable than trains and long-distance coaches can be a good way to travel around England.
England's main tourist attractions include the cities London, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham, and the beautiful countryside and beaches. Devon and Cornwall in South and Southwest England are known for their beaches. Your reasonable airfare to England can open the door to the South Coast, dotted with beach resort towns, including Torquay and Bournemouth that offer good variety in both accommodation and things to do. The Lake District in Northwest England is another popular holiday destination and a good place to rent a holiday cottage. Rental cottages are easy to find and they are located in many of the most picturesque destinations around England.
London and Manchester are famous for their nightlife, shopping and dining. London is one of the centres of nightlife in Europe and there is something for everyone in this city. Manchester is a popular alternative to London and although smaller in size, it has an incredible number of bars, nightclubs and good restaurants. Many of the world's top chefs have restaurants in London, and both cities are also famous for their excellent ethnic food. Shopping opportunities in the cities are unlimited and range from designer boutiques to street markets. Your low cost England flight will leave you with money to spare.