Destinations in the
East of England

Where and what is the East of England, otherwise known as East Anglia? Well, we're only ninety miles from London, with international airports, and good road and rail networks.

You won't come here on the way to anywhere else - beyond Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire there is only the North Sea, which also provides around 100 miles of fabulous coastline with sandy beaches, picturesque estuaries and soaring cliffs.

We’ve got University city Cambridge, and Norwich, the best preserved medieval city in England, as well as the Broads National Park with 125 miles of quiet, wildlife-rich waterways.


We’ve got historic cathedrals and castles, stately homes and King Charles III’s house and estate that are open to the public; we’ve got traditional country pubs, tea rooms, higgledy-piggledy villages. And we’ve also got a very warm welcome for you.