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The multi-faceted England is regarded as the heartland of Britain. Traditionally, the British Empire had been one of the largest empires. The modern metro city London is the greatest attraction of England. It’s flavoured with a cosmopolitan lifestyle that truly attracts many. It has always been a crowd puller with its greatest historical structures like Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace (former residence of Lt. Princess Diana) amp; Palace of Westminster.


Whether you are new or not to London, you will always be amazed with the creations like the Big Ben, Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Tower Bridge, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Hyde Park, Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral and much more.

Just drop into any museums to immerse yourself in the rich and glorious past or check out the simply charismatic wax sculptures at Madame Tussauds. If history does not interest you that much, you might as well take a sip of freshly brewed cappuccino in any of the lounges or coffee shops throughout London.

England is also known to be the treasure-house of castles. The famous Windsor Castle is located a little away from London. You can enjoy his morning breakfast with the warm English hospitality of a cozy bed. The outstanding English beauty of hills amp; landscapes can be captured in Cotswolds and its stone cottages.

If you are an ardent fan of Shakespeare, you must visit his birthplace Stratford-Upon-Avon. Check out the Royal Shakespeare Company performances on Shakespeare’s plays.

Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham are bigger attractions. Hadrian’s Wall near Newcastle and several other places mark the presence of Roman history in Britain. Stonehenge will tell you more on such history.

Sea lovers will find finest coastline and exotic beaches in resort towns. Southend-on-Sea, located in East England, is a well-known seaside resort has the best sea attractions. It’s also recognized for southend pier, three theatres and happening music. The Canterbury’s cathedral boasts of medieval British structure. Dover, the large ferry port, operates ferries to Europe through English Channel.

Oxford, best known for its best universities has beautiful river surroundings. One gets lost in the lively atmosphere with many shopping arcades, restaurants. Cambridge, another university dominant, is also known for streets and architecture.

On the southern coast is Brighton, a lovely seaside town with amazing architecture. The Isle of Wight is ideal to have a composed atmosphere away from the rushing lifestyle. Bournemouth is the biggest resort town located on the Southeast coast with spectacular beaches, gardens and parks.

A delightful England trip can be truly described as an eclectic blend of culture, history and repose.

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