With some of the most famous landmarks in the world, from the picturesque town of Cambridge to the towering majesty of Stonehenge, England is rich in a variety of stunning landscapes, historic buildings and delicious dining. This great range means that your visit can include everything from a trip to Oxford, a visit to the beautiful Lake District or something more adventurous like rock climbing, gliding and canyoning.
History, culture, fine food and good times
London, with its famous landmarks like Buckingham Palace, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Tower of London, offers an incredible amount of historical attractions along with modern attractions such as the London Eye, The Shard and the Tate Modern art gallery. It hosts some of the most famous markets and has some of the best restaurants and culinary experiences. London has something for everyone and is truly unique.
A World Heritage Spa City
Beautiful Bath is built for pleasure and relaxation and has been a wellbeing destination since Roman times. The waters are still a big attraction, both at the ancient Roman Baths and the modern Thermae Bath Spa, which is the only natural thermal hot spring in Britain for bathing. Being compact, visitor-friendly, overflowing with places to eat and drink and some of the finest independent stores in Britain, it makes for an ideal city break.
A prehistoric monument in Wiltshire
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Stonehenge is one of England and Britain’s most famous sightseeing spots. It is believed to date back to 3000BC. Historians are still puzzled as to how these huge slabs of Stone were transported there. Weighing up to 50 tons each, it is estimated that it would have taken around 600 men to move just one.
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