Part of the United Kingdom alongside N. Ireland, Scotland and Wales, England's charm and history has long captivated travelers who have had any desire to go back across "the pond".
Most flock to London for a day of selfies around the landmarks like Big Ben and Buckingham Palace, while others venture off into the countryside to experience the rural life or to see the mysterious Stonehenge in person.
The best way to experience England is to delve right in with a plan in hand, so that you can see the real England that exists outside of London.
I offer full services for the city of London and can assist with getting to and from Stonehenge as well. London is a huge city with many things to see and do, but it's possible to do in a day if you're really in a hurry. Although I don't recommend that.
Bear in mind that while in London you will experience London prices if you're not careful, so the best way to avoid this nightmare is to plan with me and pick out the best options for your stay, meals and fun that won't leave your wallet hurting on the first day.
It is also entirely possible to run a day trip over to Paris, but I would suggest allowing a lot more time for something like that. The train trip beneath the English Channel is not to be missed, however.
There are no visa requirements for US citizens visiting for tourism.
No vaccinations are required to enter England.