Experience historic sites, food culture and vibrant cities in a luxury England family vacation.

England is a fabulous family destination with centuries of history, epic landscapes, world-class cities and a diverse culture spanning Shakespeare to Dickens via Harry Potter and the Beatles to discover.

Take a luxury trip to London, Jacada Travels’ home city, to see its countless landmarks and some of our favourite hidden gems, venturing out into the rolling countryside to explore quaint villages of the Cotswolds and southern England and stately cities such as Oxford and Bath. Continue southwest to the picture-postcard fishing villages of Devon and Cornwall, and in the north, you’ll find the inspiring hills of the Lake District, the proud county of Yorkshire as well as cultural hubs such as Manchester and Liverpool.

Your luxury family trip to England can include as much or as little as you like. We’ll help you to explore this welcoming and varied country, assisted by our enthusiastic local guides. We can plan every step of your trip so you can enjoy the tremendous adventure of this country knowing that Jacada Travel are taking care of all the details.

Let Jacada Travel help you and your family discover this diverse region with a seamless and luxury, personalised itinerary. Browse the example plans below for ideas or take a look at our locations page for inspiration, and then speak to our expert Travel Designers to start planning your own tailor-made family trip to England.

England offers so much choice for families, and our tour guides really know how to bring history alive for kids! The walks that we arrange in London’s cool neighbourhoods are really popular with teenagers too, while historic towns such as Oxford and Bath are winners all round. A trip to England is the perfect balance for the whole family.

Melania Siriu
Senior Travel Designer

Need to Know

  • is the local time
  • Pound Sterling is the local currency
  • London is the capital city
  • Beef is England's national dish

When to go

England is a year-round destination, but spring and autumn are particularly pleasant. The gardens and countryside are bursting with flowers and in the autumn the trees start to turn warm shades of red and orange. Rain can make an appearance at any time of year, but showers are usually fairly light and don't last long. Although winter can be cold, many cities have exhibitions and events around Christmas that are worth experiencing.


England travel guides