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What is England like?

England is a historic nation that remains relevant in the modern world. Historic monuments such as Stonehenge and the Roman baths are on many must-see lists, while London is full of museums, royal monuments and parliamentary attractions. Known for the works of Chaucer and Shakespeare, and of Banksy and the Spice Girls, there’s plenty of artistic talent on show in the country.

Aside from London, Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool are also popular with tourists, while smaller cities and villages add unique charm to a holiday.

Which airlines fly to England?

There are no direct flights from New Zealand to England, but it is possible to get from Auckland to a few English cities with just 1 stop along the way.

The quickest flights tend to have a layover in the Middle East, with airlines like Emirates and Qatar Airways among the most prolific.

How long is the flight to England?

Flights to London Heathrow Airport

Auckland to London

24 hours 55 minutes (1 stop)

Christchurch to London

27 hours 45 minutes (2 stops)

Wellington to London

27 hours 45 minutes (2 stops)

Flights to Manchester Airport

Auckland to Manchester

26 hours 35 minutes (1 stop)

Christchurch to Manchester

29 hours (2 stops)

Wellington to Manchester

29 hours 10 minutes (2 stops)

What is the best time to visit England?

London has an average temperature of 19°C in July and 6°C in January, making it similar to Christchurch (although with the seasons reversed). London is wetter however, with drizzle and showers common across the year.

In winter, many parts of England experience snow, making it a great place to enjoy a White Christmas. Snow is more common in the northern cities.

Do I need a visa for England?

No. New Zealand citizens can travel around England, and the entire United Kingdom, for up to 6 months without the need for a visa.

How expensive is England?

As a general rule, England is more expensive than New Zealand, especially when eating out or booking accommodation. London is more expensive than most other cities in the country.

The English currency is the Great British pound, which breaks down into 100 pence (or pennies). In 2017, $1 was worth between 50 and 59 pence.

Useful tips about England

Looking for travel inspiration? Add these beautiful British castles to your itinerary.

Our guide to 24 hours in London may give you a few ideas for making the most of a short break.

Before you book your flight, find out which airlines offer the best economy class from New Zealand.

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Please note: all information is correct as of April, 2018.

Flights to England

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