Destination Guide > England
Experience ancient mysterious ruins, palaces, castles, and historic places to some of the world’s most modern event venues.
From its long and fascinating history to the modern cosmopolitan metropolis, beautiful coastal retreats and picturesque rural villages, England offers a tremendous number of unique destinations each capable of something very distinct to the event planner - the ability to readily combine rural and urban, modern and historic.
England is well serviced by air, land and sea routes; and with 23 airports across England; it is one of the easiest destinations in the world to access from any corner of the globe.
The diverse range of venues for holding events are some of the most advanced in the world along with quintessentially English activities that will thrill your delegates.
Immersed in history and one of the world’s most visited cities, London is a vibrant megalopolis that has something for everyone - from history to culture, art to architecture. It is a city of ideas and the imagination.
Birmingham is Britain’s second largest city and is located in the middle of England. The Georgian and Victorian architecture compliments the modern masterpieces, which have…
Leeds is a thriving city famed for its excellent shopping, vibrant nightlife, universities and sports venues. Voted UK’s favourite city in Condé Nast’s Reader’s Traveller Awards 2003…..
Liverpool is a vibrant city with a rich cultural heritage being awarded the title of European Capital of Culture in 2008 and with English Heritage naming Liverpool as England’s finest Victorian city.
Immersed in history and one of the world’s most visited cities, London is a vibrant megalopolis that has something for everyone – from history to culture, art to architecture. It is a city of ideas and the imagination.
Manchester is one of the UK’s leading conference and events destinations. Located in North West England, it is one of the fastest growing major cities…