Time to add one more holiday destination in your travel diary and that is England. It offers almost endless places and things to see and do. This small but powerful country is popular for the fascinating history, beautiful cities, and rich cultural traditions. You will find Historic sites at every turn, including ancient Roman sites, centuries-old castles and town center’s dating back to the middle Ages. According to Gavin Manerowski, every travelling lover must explore this country once in a lifetime.
Here are the top Five Best places in England you must visit.
Stonehenge – one of the wonders of the world and the best-known ancient monument in Europe. The Place is so popular among visitors they need to purchase a timed ticket in advance to guarantee entry. Here you must visit the world-class exhibition and Visitor Center with 250 ancient objects. You can’t go inside the circle to roam among the stones during normal opening hours. However, you can book special early morning or late evening entree to roam inside the circle through English Heritage, which manages the site.
Tower of London
The Tower of London considered the most important building in England. At this World Heritage Site, you will find a lot of things to see and do. The centerpiece is the White Tower. It was built by William the Conqueror, in 1078. Other tourist attractions include the Royal Mint, the beautiful Crown Jewels exhibition, and displays of prisoners, and much more. For your information, the Tower of London covers around 18 acres, so there’s a great deal of exploring to do.
The Roman Baths and Georgian City of Bath
In every tour and travel package you will find a list of amazing places to visit in England, but if you have a short period of time, you couldn’t do much better than Bath. This amazing and beautiful city claims more fantastic tourist attractions than anyone could hope to visit in a day. Bath is a perfect location to visit in a short period of time. You can explore here England’s most stunning countryside, which includes the Mendip Hills, the Avon Valley, and much more.
The British Museum holds wider collections of antiquities including 13 million artifacts from Assyria, Egypt, Greece, Babylonia, the Rosetta stone, and the Roman Empire, China, and Europe. The most popular ancient artifacts are the Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon in Athens. The Ancient Egyptian collection includes the stock of Roman silver dating from the 4th century known as the Mildenhall Treasure.
It is located in the heart of the historic city that bears its name, Canterbury Cathedral (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) is home to the Archbishop of Canterbury and is the structure of English Christianity. This beautiful medieval city offers much more to explore than its cathedral. Canterbury is also a famous entertainment and cultural destination with great shopping, cafés, and galleries. And other highlights are Chaucer’s medieval England and the city’s Roman past.
So, if your next holiday destination is England, do not forget to explore these amazing places. You can share your experience with Traveling lover Gavin Manerowski. And to explore more about tour destinations you can visit his twitter account.