England means “land of the angels”, it is a vibrant portrait of interesting history and rich culture. You are guaranteed to have an unforgettable experience if you ever visit these fascinating places.
- Windsor Castle
This is the world’s largest and oldest inhabited castle, it has been the family home of British queens and Kings for nearly 1,000 years. The Queen spend their private weekends at Windsor. It is built around two spectacular courtyards.
Stonehenge is one of the top tourist attractions of England. This fabulous prehistoric site was produced by a culture that left no previous records, the large stones were erected around 2500BC, according to many scholars this monument was used as a religious center.
- Tower of London:
This historic castle is located on the north bank of the Thames River in central London. It has played an important role in English history. The center of attraction is the White tower built by William the conqueror in 1078.
Cambridge is an exciting city and is home to the University of Cambridge the world’s top university, it was founded in 1209. You can take a boat ride on the river Cam, go to the Fitzwilliam Museum or walks over the Mathematical Bridge.
- Canterbury Cathedral
Cantebury Cathedral is the cradle of English Christianity and is the home to the Archbishop of Cantebury. It is famous entertainment destination which include cafes, galleries and off course shopping.
- The Cotswolds
The Coswolds covers some of prettiest counties of England such as Wiltshire, Warwickshire, Somerset, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire and Gloucestershire. Its quaint towns and villages are the perfect example of natural beauty.
- Eden Project
Eden project is located in Cornwall which consists of huge domes that looks like massive igloo shaped greenhouses with an incredible collection of plants from all around the world. It hosts many music events and fantastic arts.
- Historic Yorkshire
Traditional Yorkshire covers many beautiful cities and towns in England such as Beverley, York and Durham. These towns and cities are surrounded by churches, shops, half – timbered homes and romantic streets.
- Roman Baths:
People visit Roman Baths to see how public bathing was done in the 19th century. Every year about 1 million tourists visit these baths and it is known as one of the wonders of the Western world.
- Lake District:
It is situated in north – west England, it is the biggest National park in the country. The main attraction of the Lake District are the mountains, lakes and hills carved by glacial erosion. It is best for climbing and hiking.