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From breathing in the crisp air on Mount Scaffold to running your fingers along the prehistoric walls of the Jurassic Coastline, England is best explored from the comfort of a VW camper van.

Travelling the Queens country is best done at a leisurely pace with plenty of high-tea picnic stops and the best of British music playing full pelt as you cruise through the stunning country side.

Some recommended reading prior to your visit to England, Sense and Senibility by Jane Austin.

Whether you are exploring the vast glaciated valleys and jaw dropping peaks of the lake district, investigating the vast interlinked network of caves in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, soaking up the history in Cambridge or experiencing the world renowned Glastonbury festival, touring England in a VW camper van is a bloody excellent idea.

Glastonbury Festival is a five-day festival of contemporary performing arts occassionally featuring current Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. What a time to be alive!

Home to one of the oldest and most successful monarchies in the world, England is a fantastic place to get acquainted with British history whilst basking in the beauty of the country side, mountains, valleys and bustling cities. 

Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

Drive through the historic towns and cities that lay claim to some of the oldest and finest architecture and engineering in the world as well as huge global historical importance. Inspiring such shows as Game of Thrones, English history - The War of the Roses makes for some amazing historical sites and incredible stories of love, betrayal and war.

The Natural History Museum, London.

Park up and explore one of the best cities in the world, London. Throw a salute to the boys in the big hats as you pass Buckingham Palace, drop a knee at Westminter Abbey or take in the sights from dizzy heights of the Shard building. Drop into the Natural History Museum for one of the world’s most extensive collections of artifacts and natural wonders or get up close and personal with some wax figurines at Madame Tussauds. Whatever you decide to do, this capital city will leave you smiling. 

Complete Blue Whale Skeleton suspended in air at the Natural History Museum, London. 

Absolutely bursting with original talent and artistic expression, England holds claim to one the best places in the world for music, art and theatre. Make sure yout VW camper is well stocked with all the best to keep you company on those long, windey roads. 

The Amazing Kate Bush.

Challenge yourself in the Lake District by following in the footsteps of Alfred wainwright by conquring the peaks. If you don’t fancy running yourself into a dyer state of exhaustion just drive around them in your comfortable VW camper van. These wide, dramatic valleys look like they have been formed by divine creation for VW camper vans to explore.

Beautiful Valleys of the Lake District.

Combine your love of the outdoors with your love of fine ales. With the highest concentration of microbreweries in the England, the Lake District is the perfect spot to park up and relax in the knowledge that you can fall into your cozy camper van once you’ve filled your boots.

We recommend that you try one of everything before choosing a favorite.

A famously dog friendly area, why not bring your canine companion? Travelling the length and breadth of the country can only be improved with the company of your furry friends which couldn’t be easier when you travel in a VW camper van. 

Mans Best Travel Friend.

The stunning Jurrassic coastline in the south east is an absolute must see for those who live for natural science, geology and palaeontology. Soak up the sun on these fabulous shores while you ponder what life was like 200 millions years ago. 

The Jurassic Coast, 96 miles of continuous awesome rcoks and fossils.

If human history is more your cup of tea, set your sat nav to Stonehenge in Wiltshire. Listed as a World Heritage site since 1986, this ancient ruin will leave you in awe of it's 5,000 year old wonder.

Stonehenge, Wiltshire.

Set up camp in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales National Park for a family friendly feel with great food and outdoor activities available for all ages. Famous for its extensive range of caves, it is certainly worth a spot. 

The Yorkshire Dales National Park.

Whatever part of England you choose to visit, make sure you do it at your own pace from the comfort of a VW camper van.