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England is the largest of the four "home nations" that make up the United Kingdom (England, whales, North Ireland,Scotland)

England has historically enjoyed political and financial dominance over its smaller neighbours, which may in part explain its less developed sense of national identity, imbued as it is with an inherent sense of superiority..

England has been and continues to be one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. London is one of the most visited places in the world and draws in people all the time with its charm, history, and pubs.

In every region of England there are hundreds of fantastic attractions to enjoy. As well as London's world-famous attractions, you'll find historical sites like Stonehenge, ecological attractions such as the Eden Project and great family attractions ranging from zoos and safari parks to picnic spots and beaches. So no matter what kind of holiday you want, you'll find the perfect destination in England.

 

Attractions:

 

Tower of London-London

The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous fortresses and has seen service as royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo. The ancient stones reverberate with dark secrets, priceless jewels glint in fortified vaults and pampered ravens strut the grounds.

 

Manchester Wheel-Manchester

Wheel of Manchester was a transportable Ferris wheel installation at Exchange Square,Manchester,England, which operated from 2004 to 2012. The first wheel was first installed in 2004 which was a success and consequently a larger wheel was erected in May 2007. The most recent installation, operated by World Tourist Attractions, was also known as The Capital Wheel of Manchester. Following its last day of operation on 15 April 2012, it was dismantled and moved to Edinburgh.

 

Big Ben-London

The clock inside the tower was the world's largest when it was installed in the middle of the 19th century. The name Big Ben actually refers to the clock's hour bell, the largest of the clock's five bells. The other four are used as quarter bells.

 

Cadbury World- Birmingham

Uncover a world of chocolate delights and enjoy a fascinating, fun-packed day out at Cadbury World. With fourteen amaziong zones, there's so much to see and do for the whole family. Full of heritage, fun and with complimentary chocolate to enjoy along the way, Cadbury World is an unmissable day out with something for everyone.

 

Albert Hall- Liverpool

The Royal Albert Hall is a concert hall situated on the northern edge of the South Kensington area, in the City of Westminster,London,England, best known for holding the annual summer Proms concerts since 1941.

 

Shambles-York

Shambles is a street in the city centre of York with a long and interesting past... Today it features great shops, cafes, restaurants and tourist attractions. A fantastic place to stroll on a day in York or visit to take in some shopping, history and culture - also this year's winner of Google's Most Picturesque Street in Britain.

 

St Paul's Cathedral-London

The iconic cathedral has witnessed many significant events in Britain’s history, including the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill and the marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana.

 

Hadrian's Wall

Hadrian’s Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of theUK's most iconic landmarks. Built under the reign of the Roman Emperor Hadrian, the wall snakes 73 miles between Wallsend in the east and Bowness on Solway in the west.Hadrian's Wallis a living breathing attraction and the impact of the people who built it still resonates across the area today

 

Punting-Cambridge

A punt boat, more commonly known simply as a punt, is a square-ended boat that has a flat bottom with no keel. Today pleasure punting is an extremely popular pastime in Cambridge both during the Summer and increasingly the Winter months.

 

Royal Pavilion-Brighton

For 200 years, John Nash’s extraordinary oriental fantasy, the Royal Pavilion, has been inextricably linked with the identity of Brighton.

It has provoked controversy, inspired fervent adulation and, throughout its colourful history, become one of the most instantly identifiable architectural images in the world.

 

Roman Baths-Bath

The Roman Baths are a well-preserved Roman sacred site in the English city of Bath. The site includes the remains of the Temple of Aquae Sulis, the Roman baths fed by the sacred hot spring, and a well-presented museum of artifacts found at the site.

 

Clifton Suspension Bridge- Bristol

The Clifton Suspension Bridge is World famous and one of the essential things to see in the West Country. It is breathtaking to drive along the A4 to Bristol on a sunny day , turn a corner and see the white structure spanning the Gorge.

 

Walls of Chester-Chester

Chester's Walls form the most complete circuit of walls in Britain so that Chester is quite rightly renowned as 'The Walled City'. The walls are a scheduled ancient monument and form a remarkable 3km walk around the entire city.

 

Longleat Safari Park- Warminster

Long leat Safari Park first opened in 1966 and was the first drive through Safari Park outside of Africa. Set in stunning Wiltshire countryside, visitors can drive through a variety of animal enclosures which include Wolf Wood, Lion country, Tiger Territory, Pelican Pond, Deer Park, Big Game Park, Monkey Jungle, Vulture Venue, Flamingo Valley and East African Game Reserve.

 

Buckingham Palace-London

England's most famous royal palace, and the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II,Buckingham Palace opens the doors of its State Rooms to the public every summer.

 

Victoria Square- Birmingham

Victoria Squareis a pedestrianised public square in Birmingham,England. It is home to both the Town Hall and the Council House, and directly adjacent to Chamberlain Square.

The square is often considered to be the centre ofBirmingham, and is the point from where local road sign distances are measured

 

York Minster

See the world's largest medieval stained-glass window at Britain's biggest and most dramatic Gothic church.

 

Tyne Bridges- Newcastle upon Tyne

The River Tyne in north east England has many bridges, the most famous of them being those linking the city of Newcastle upon Tynewith the town of Gateshead, but there are a great many more. Some are within the County of Tyneand Wear but most lie in Northumberland, with more in neighbouring Cumbria.

 

Bath

Whether you're visiting the Roman baths,England's most elegant Georgian terrace, or the new high-tech spa,Bathhas it all.

 

The Old Town-Bristol

Visiting Bristol Old Town in the UK is a great place to take the whole family. The many sights and sounds of Bristol are bound to keep the kids and even the grandparents entertained come rain or shine. Imagine visiting a city rich with history and eventful pasts. Bristol is a mix of medieval times to a very modern day culture.

 

Riverside-Chester

The River Dee travels through Wales and England and forms part of the boundry between the two countries.The river flows throughChesterand is very poular with locals and tourists

 

Westminster Abbey-London

Westminster Abbey is in the heart of London- next to Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament. Two major railway stations, two London Underground stations and regular red London buses will take you close to the Abbey doors.


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