The official currency of the United Kingdom (including England) is the pound Sterling, but some businesses in England do accept euros. According to the BBC, a growing number of U.K. businesses are accepting euros in the hope of attracting tourists.
Some of the largest U.K. department stores accept euros and other foreign currencies. Harrods and Selfridges, two of the country's best known stores, are among the businesses that accept euros, according to About. Marks and Spencer stores also accept euros, according to the BBC. The BBC lists a variety of English towns, including the seaside towns of Bournemouth and Poole, where local small businesses have agreed to accept euros.