6 days in England Itinerary

6 days in England Itinerary

Created using Inspirock England travel planner
Make it your trip
— 2 nights
Train to London Liverpool Street, Fly to St Ives
St Ives
— 1 day
— 1 night
— 1 day
Brighton and Hove
— 1 night


Norwich — 2 nights

Boasting a nearly 1,000-year history, Norwich is a vibrant city known for its inclusive atmosphere, openness, and quirky charm.
Change things up with these side-trips from Norwich: Blickling Estate (in Blickling), Anglesey Abbey (in Lode) and Ross' Wildlife Boat Trips (in Horsey). Next up on the itinerary: learn about winemaking at Winbirri Vineyards, learn about all things military at IWM Duxford, awaken your taste buds at Norfolk Wine School, and make a trip to Elm Hill.

For photos, where to stay, ratings, and other tourist information, you can read our Norwich trip website.

Liverpool to Norwich is an approximately 4.5-hour flight. You can also drive; or take a train. In June in Norwich, expect temperatures between 22°C during the day and 12°C at night. Finish your sightseeing early on the 22nd (Wed) so you can travel to St Ives.
Historic Sites · Wineries · Museums · Tours
Side Trips

St Ives — 1 day

St Ives is a seaside town, civil parish and port in Cornwall. Start off your visit on the 23rd (Thu): examine the collection at St Ives Museum, head off the coast to St. Michael's Mount, then explore the world behind art at Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden, and finally enjoy the sand and surf at Porthminster Beach.

For photos, ratings, other places to visit, and tourist information, refer to the St Ives online travel route planner.

You can do a combination of train and flight from Norwich to St Ives in 5.5 hours. Other options are to drive; or take a train. In June, daily temperatures in St Ives can reach 19°C, while at night they dip to 13°C. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 23rd (Thu) to allow time to drive to Plymouth.
Parks · Beaches · Outdoors · Nature
Side Trip

Plymouth — 1 night

Once an important departure point for immigrants sailing for the New World, Plymouth is now mostly known for being one of the world’s most impressive natural harbors.
Make your Plymouth itinerary with Inspirock to find out what to see and where to go.

Getting from St Ives to Plymouth by car takes about 2 hours. Other options: take a train; or take a bus. On the 24th (Fri), you're off to Weymouth.
Outdoors · Nightlife · Parks · Tours

Weymouth — 1 day

Weymouth is a seaside town in Dorset, England, situated on a sheltered bay at the mouth of the River Wey on the English Channel coast. Kick off your visit on the 24th (Fri): look for all kinds of wild species at Xtreme Falconry at Dorset Falconry Park and then brush up on your military savvy at The Tank Museum.

For other places to visit, where to stay, and other tourist information, read Weymouth tour itinerary maker site.

Getting from Plymouth to Weymouth by car takes about 2 hours. Other options: take a train; or do a combination of train and bus. Finish up your sightseeing early on the 24th (Fri) so you can go by car to Brighton and Hove.
Wildlife · Museums · Parks
Side Trips

Brighton and Hove — 1 night

The vibrant seaside resort of Brighton and Hove features a lively nightclub scene and an abundance of cultural sites sure to keep you entertained for days.
Kick off your visit on the 25th (Sat): explore the world behind art at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, then admire the landmark architecture of Royal Pavilion, then stop by Gustamps, and finally take in the waterfront at Brighton Palace Pier.

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You can drive from Weymouth to Brighton and Hove in 2.5 hours. Another option is to take a train. In June, daily temperatures in Brighton and Hove can reach 22°C, while at night they dip to 13°C. Finish your sightseeing early on the 25th (Sat) to allow enough time to fly back home.
Theme Parks · Shopping · Historic Sites · Museums

England travel guide

Nightlife · Specialty Museums · Historic Sites
A trip through England is a trip through world history, and few places in the world offer such a diverse variety of places to visit, activities, and experiences. The sprawling urban areas surrounding the capital city offer countless sightseeing opportunities, such as museums and historical sites, as well as some of the best shopping, nightlife, and culinary options in the world. To truly experience this country steeped in centuries of history, try to make time to explore the sweeping countryside, where you can enjoy the warm hospitality of small villages and explore the ancient remains of once-powerful societies. England boasts an outstanding transportation system, and many visitors find that even a short train ride through the country’s landscape of rolling hills and plains can be a highlight of their entire vacation. However you choose to move about, remember that in this compact country you’re never very far from a bustling town, where modern pubs, shops, and restaurants await to be explored.

Cornwall travel guide

Gardens · Beaches · Surfing, Windsurfing & Kitesurfing
Cornwall, or Kernow as the locals often call it, features the longest stretch of continuous coastline in Britain. No longer just a series of idyllic beaches and imposing cliffs, this rugged region has recently experienced a cultural and culinary revival that has turned it into one of the most vibrant parts of the country. Considered home of the legendary King Arthur, Cornwall is one of the more distinct parts of the UK, providing a vacation that will immerse you in its diverse Celtic heritage and an enormous wealth of archaeology. During your trip you will experience the many locals, fiercely protective of their Celtic roots, considering themselves more Cornish than British. Regardless of how they see themselves, the world regards the land of the proud Cornish as a captivating blend of ancient and new, where modern attractions stand right alongside historical mines and picturesque market towns.

Dorset travel guide

Beaches · Wildlife Areas · Aquariums
Celebrated novelist Thomas Hardy lived most of his life in Dorset and used it as a setting in many of his finest works. Today, tourists from around the globe use this region as a setting for their great English adventure. Places to visit in this county feature a variety of landscapes, including steep chalk hills, wide clay valleys, and a series of small but thriving dairy farms. Arguably the most important attraction of this rural region is the enormous Jurassic Coast, a World Heritage Site stretching for over 155 km (96 mi). A tour along this coastline, with its fossil-rich beaches and secluded bays, is a trip through time. The landforms of the region document the geologic developments that shaped the surface of our planet over hundreds of millions of years.