East Anglia Travel Guide


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Plan Your East Anglia Vacation

One of those beautiful English inconsistencies, East Anglia has no spectacular mountains or rivers to disturb the storied, quiet land, full of rural delights. Occupying an area of southeastern England that pushes out into the North Sea, its counties of Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Lincolnshire, and Cambridgeshire feel cut off from the pulse of the country. Among its highlights is Cambridge, a lovely and ancient university city. East Anglia also has four of the country's greatest stately homes: Holkham Hall, Blickling Hall, Houghton Hall, and Sandringham—where the Queen spends Christmas.


East Anglia Hotels

The region is full of centuries-old, half-timber inns with rooms full of roaring fires and cozy bars. Bed-and-breakfasts... read more


East Anglia Restaurants

In summer the coast gets so packed with people that reservations are essential at restaurants. Getting something to eat at... read more


East Anglia Experiences

  • Top Reasons to Go

    Cambridge: A walk through the colleges is grand, but the best views of the university's buildings and immaculate lawns (and some... Read more

  • East Anglia's Seafood Bounty

    Perhaps unsurprisingly in an island nation, the harvest of the rivers and the sea forms an essential part of the British culinary... Read more

  • Walking Paths in East Anglia

    East Anglia is a walker's dream, especially if a relatively flat trail appeals to you. The regional website Read more

  • Punting on the Cam

    To punt is to maneuver a flat-bottom, wooden, gondolalike boat—in this case, through the shallow River Cam along the verdant Backs... Read more


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