Before visiting England, you should make sure that you have the following documentation:
These documents are important because they provide information about your personal circumstances in the country in which you are visiting.
|A current and valid travel document or passport||We will not issue a visa if you do not have a valid passport or travel document to put the visa in.|
|One passport sized colour photograph||This must comply with the requirements in our Passport Photo Guidlines|
|Evidence of your permission to be in the country where you are applying, if you are not a national of that country||This could be a residence permit, ‘green card’ or valid visa showing your current immigration status.|
|Previous passports||These are to show your previous travel history|
London is one of the world’s most exciting cities, and, for a visitor can be one of its most tiring. There is so much to see and do such as museums, restaurants, bars, shops, clubs, buses to hop on and off and areas to explore. London is also one of the most expensive places to stay in the world. It’s unsurprising then, that many visitors plan a tight budget for such a trip. London is enormous. But with its fantastic bus system and extensive underground tube system. It can be very easy to navigate. But it is still sparse and it can take some time to cross from one side of the city to another. Staying centrally, while being more expensive will not only allow you to pack more in but also means you can stop off at your hotel for a while. Each day to rest and recoup.
if you drive to East Anglia your spend most of your time on winding lanes that take you on long lovely routes through open countryside or on coastal roads cut off from the sea by swath of salt marshes. You can catch a train, however, which can be very convenient and surprisingly good. You should head to the small villages which offer a rule, peace and affordable luxury.
South East England
there are pockets of blissful peace and quiet in the south-east of England. On the southern edge of the new Forest the remote stretch of coast between the Isle of Wight and Bournemouth has its own charms with nice beaches and coastal walks. The new Forest is worth checking out and you can hire bikes and ride through this massive inland forest. The new Forest is littered with wild ponies, so be sure to keep a lookout for them.
Cornwall is one of the most tillering regions in the country with pristine stretches of coast, soaring cathedrals, lush countryside and idyllic villages. It is a hot spot for tourists and can be very busy during the summer months. You can watch the surfers in the water near Newquay and taking the great views and enjoy excellent fish and chips in this area.
the Midlands is home to England second largest city, Birmingham. As well, as Leicester and Coventry. It also borders, Wales, with its chalk ridges, dense hedge grows, meandering rivers and flower filled meadows. This is in sharp contrast with Birmingham, with its large population.
the North West of England contains Blackpool, the Isle of Man as well is a surprisingly rule in beautiful island escape. This compact corner of England is hugely varied. The great centres, Liverpool and Manchester have excellent art scenes, a wealth of fine architecture from their industrial hay days, an immigrant communities that have contributed to a strong culture of eating well on a budget.
Yorkshire is England’s largest county. The major cities in this area. A York, Sheffield, Leeds and Hull. Each has a thriving city break trade these days, with many visitors coming to this area. These post-industrial centres have moved into vibrant places to live, work and visit, whether you’re into shops, clubs, galleries, museums or restaurants. There are plenty of reasons to visit the age old smaller towns and historic market centres like Beverley’s Minster or Richards Castle.
Cambria and the lakes
the Lake District is one of the most popular holiday destinations in England. Millions visit each year for its famous lakes and mountains, picturesque villages and Alpine landscapes. The central lakes of Windermere, see the biggest crowds and have the most varied attractions, with lake cruises and great mountain ranges to go hiking through.
North East England
England’s North East has long coastlines with the North Sea to the east, Solent the North, and to the west, and ever wilder land of dales, Hills and forests. Much of this wonder is contained within the vast Northumberland National Park.