England Travel Guide

England birthplace of Shakespeare and the Beatles is a country in the British Isles bordering Scotland and Wales one of the most visited countries in the world England offers travelers endless possibilities when it comes to fun things to see and do.  part of the beautiful British Isles this small but influential country is simply bursting with fascinating history exciting cities and rich cultural traditions. England is also extremely easy to get  around and whether you choose to tour the country by car or public transport  you’re guaranteed an unforgettable  experience England continues to be one  of the most popular tourist destinations  in the world in this video I will show  you some of the most attractive places  to visit in England but please support  me by subscribing this channel give like  and leave your comments. Landyn no superlative is too great when it comes to describing London the capital of England and the United Kingdom this bustling city is history personified from Westminster Abbey to Buckingham Palace.  London is situated in the Southeast of  England in the Thames Valley home to  over 8 million people London has been an  important financial educational and  cultural center for hundreds of years  London is very easy to navigate around  and is compact enough to explore on foot  this world city is filled with iconic  symbols and one of the most easily  recognizable is Tower Bridge Buckingham  Palace perhaps the most famous palace in  the world is the official residence of  Queen Elizabeth from the ancient to the  modern the London Eye offers a complete  change of pace and perspective the  massive wheel is over 400 feet high and  takes 30 minutes to complete one  rotation. London will always be a city that looks towards the past and the future in equal measure.  one of the most popular places to visit  in England Stonehenge is a prehistoric  monument found in will chair Stonehenge  is perhaps the world’s most famous  prehistoric monument it was built in  several stages the first monument was an  early hinge monuments built about 5,000  years ago and the unique stone circle  was erected in the late Neolithic period  about 2500 BC in the early Bronze Age  many burial mounds were built nearby  today along with the memory it forms the  heart of a world heritage site with a  unique concentration of prehistoric  monuments.  with a history spanning 4,500 years Stonehenge has many different meanings to people today it is a wonder of the world a spiritual place and a source of inspiration.  Oxford a city in central southern  England revolves around its prestigious  University established in the 12th  century the architecture of its 38  colleges in the city’s medieval center  LED poet Matthew Arnold to nickname it  the city of dreaming spires along with  the rich history tradition and energetic  academic life there is a busy lively  world beyond the College walls the  University of Oxford is one of the  leading universities in the world York  is a walled city with a rich heritage  located where the river Foss meets the  River hours the place of extraordinary  cultural and historical wealth this  beautifully preserved medieval city is a  must visit for history buffs  one of the city’s landmarks is York  Minister this commanding stone Cathedral  is filled with remarkable works of art  plenty of exciting sites compete for  visitors attention as they stroll along  the city’s cobblestone streets  the Jurassic Coast.  it is a world heritage site on the English Channel coast of southern England.  the Jurassic Coast covers 95 miles of  truly stunning coastline from East Devon  to Dorset with rocks recording 185  million years of the Earth’s history the  Jurassic Coast is a walk through time  with its rocks and fossils we can  uncover detailed stories from Earth’s  ancient past the site consists of  Triassic Jurassic and Cretaceous cliffs  spanning the Mesozoic documenting 185  million years of geological history  Cambridge is a city on the river camp in  eastern England home to the prestigious  University of Cambridge.  it is an historic city about 80 kilometers north of London abounding with exquisite architecture exuding history and tradition and renowned for its quirky rituals Cambridge is a university town extraordinaire the tightly packed core of ancient colleges the picturesque Riverside and the leafy green meadows surrounding the city give it a more tranquil appeal.  the University of Cambridge found that  in 1209 is one of the top five  universities in the world it is a town  set in the rolling countryside of  southwest England known for its natural  Hot Springs and eighteenth-century  Georgian architecture honey-colored  baths stone has been used extensively in  the town’s architecture independent  creative unique and stylish bath is the  only place in the UK where you can bathe  in naturally hot spa water and original  Roman baths.  besides being famous for its waters the city also is an excellent example of Georgian architecture. 

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