England is full of culture tradition and beautiful landscapes. Its iconic landmarks, breath-taking coastal views, world class restaurants and international music festivals are waiting for you. So, start packing your bags for your next trip to England. Apart from well- known city London, there are few spots you shouldn’t miss during your visit to England, and these are here.
York was founded by the Romans in 71 AD and occupied by the Vikings in the 9th century. Although its city past life was Roman and Viking, the monuments that have survived are from mediaeval times. This was thanks to the power of the church and the iconic House of York. A must-see is a visit to the impressive gothic York Cathedral, the largest in northern Europe. You also must take a walk along the mediaeval wall. if you prefer you can take a tour through the cobblestone of the Old Town. Then visit the shambles and alley of half-timbered buildings of the 14th century.
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Despite its small size, this city is a World Heritage site and was founded over 2800 years ago by king Bladud. One of the best things to do in bath is to stroll through its historic centre where you will fall in love with a beautiful Georgian architecture. You will also see the ancient Roman sites such as the fantastic baths and the impressive Pulteney bridge one of only five inhabited bridges left in the world. After this tour, it is recommended to visit one of its traditional Taverns or have a picnic in the park.
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Go and bathe on the beaches of Brighton located on the South Coast of England this is a vacation destination for Londoners since the mid 19th century. It has more than 9 kilometres of beaches and almost a city full of atmosphere music and it’s in the top three LGBT friendly cities in the world. In Brighton you can see many tourist attractions such as the royal pavilion and exotic royal palace of Indian style and full of fantasy. You can also visit the beautiful Brighton pier which is an amusement park and the narrow streets known as the Lanes always full of people and stores for all tastes.
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