England travel guide

ENGLAND TRAVEL

YOUR TRAVEL GUIDE TO ENGLAND

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England Travel Guide

England destinations




England is the country most highest in United Kingdom and one of the countries inside Europe that receive an important number of visitants and tourist in the year. Therefore England has a variety of interesting places, sites and zones to visit. If you are looking history and legends, you can take a walk from Roman remains to towns of Tudor style, you can also enjoy of Shakespeare and all his works in the Ceremonial County of Cornwall. But, if you are looking places to rest and spend relax times, Norfolk Broads is your zone.

However, England is not only zones; the country is famous by its activities such as Shopping with an exclusives and highest shopping malls, stores and markets. Its museums and theaters have expositions and theater plays during all year, besides every city and neighborhood of England are full of history and traditions, in this way, take a walk by its streets is a unique experience and unforgettable. Below we show you the best places and destinies to discover in England.

London Travel Guide LONDON TRAVEL GUIDE
With a population of just under eight million, London is Europe's largest city, spreading across an area of more than 620 square miles from its core on the River Thames.

Brighton Travel Guide BRIGHTON TRAVEL GUIDE
Recorded as the tiny fishing village of Brithelmeston in the Domesday Book, BRIGHTON seems to have slipped unnoticed through history until the mid-eighteenth-century...

Cambridge Travel Guide CAMBRIDGE TRAVEL GUIDE
Cambridge is one of Britain's smaller cities, but also one of the fastest growing. Only a hundred years ago the population was just 36,000, and the main sources of employment were agriculture and the world-famous University.

Liverpool Travel Guide LIVERPOOL TRAVEL GUIDE
Liverpool is a world city of international renown, with its instantly recognisable waterfront, unique accent and famous sons & daughters.

Birmingham Travel Guide BIRMINGHAM TRAVEL GUIDE
If anywhere can be described as the first purely industrial conurbation, it is BIRMINGHAM . Unlike the more specialist industrial towns that grew up across the north and Midlands, "Brum" - and its "Brummies"

Bristol Travel Guide BRISTOL TRAVEL GUIDE
South and west of Gloucester, the distinctive burr that is typical of West Country speech is immediately audible in BRISTOL . Alongside it...

Chester Travel Guide CHESTER TRAVEL GUIDE
Chester is the most complete walled city in the UK. Take a walk around the walls and enjoy the views of the city and River Dee.

Dover Travel Guide DOVER TRAVEL GUIDE
Badly bombed during the war, DOVER 's town centre and seafront just don't have what it takes to induce many travellers to linger before speeding onwards to Europe, or inland to London or Canterbury.

Durham Travel Guide DURHAM TRAVEL GUIDE
Durham is situated in the North East of England on the River Wear. The river forms a loop around a rocky peninsula containing the historic city centre and the magnificent Cathedral and Castle.

Lancaster Travel Guide LANCASTER TRAVEL GUIDE
Lancaster is quite an historic town, its main sight being the Lancaster Castle, one of the longest serving prisons in Europe.

Leeds Travel Guide LEEDS TRAVEL GUIDE
Yorkshire's commercial capital, and one of the fastest-growing cities in the country, LEEDS has undergone a radical transformation in recent years.





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