England

Buckingham Palace, London

London Tourist Attractions

This city is simply a dreamland for any tourist in the world. I don’t think that there would be anyone who is not willing to take a tour of this great British city. One can find all types of attractions and so people of all ages can find something to keep them engaging. Now, without […]

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National Gallery in London

Walking Tour of London: Around Trafalgar Square

See London’s famous landmarks with this tour of Trafalgar Square, taking in the art galleries, Nelson’s column and some unusual and interesting sights. London’s famous square was named after Admiral Lord Nelson’s illustrious victory over Napoleon’s fleet at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. It has acted as the city’s magnet for visitors and, until […]

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Luxury All Inclusive Holidays in the British Countryside

Brits love to travel abroad for holidays, but there is now a growing demand for upscale tourism within the British Isles. There has always been a steady flow of visitors from abroad who wish to experience British culture. For many this means city breaks to see the sights in London and this is often combined […]

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Houses of Parliament at the River Thames in London

London’s Architectural Wonders

No city is as freely endowed with marvels of architecture at every corner as London. The city is known for being a center for arts and history. The numerous buildings and historical structures in the city stand in picture book testimony to the historical significance as well as the culture of the region.

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Liverpool

Liverpool attractions

Popular for sports and music, England’s Liverpool in the Merseyside city is a town of cultural heritage due to which it recently became the European Capital of Culture (2008). Some more honors of this city include – the home of the largest national museum out of London, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, oldest Chinatown, and famous […]

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Manchester

Manchester – Sights and Attractions

Manchester is situated in the south central portion of North West England. The city is of course known for its football heritage, but is also equally rewarding with respect to its attractions related to arts, culture and others. It is a center of commerce, media, education as well as commerce. The city is among the […]

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London Dungeon: Experience the terror closely

If you have fearlessly explored some of the eerie houses in the world, do not think that you are brave for there is something more terrible to come on your way! Yes, for all those who think that they do not have fear at all, I would recommend them to visit the London Dungeon and […]

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Kendal Cumbria: A True Wonder

Kendal is located to the southern regions of Lake District. M6 motorway’s junction 36 is six miles apart from Kendal Cumbria. Kendal Cumbria is ideal for family get-togethers and vacations. As of 2001, the population was nearly 28,000.

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Houses of Parliament in London

Houses of Parliament with Big Ben

The UK Parliament is more than the seat of English politics. It is a landmark that goes back to centuries. It is democracy and heritage at the same time. The Houses of Parliament with Big Ben is more iconic than merely  a structure in the Parliament House. It is the tower that symbolizes London as […]

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Tower Bridge in London

Tower Bridge in London

Along with the Houses of Parliament and the Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, and the Queens guards, Tower Bridge in London is synonymous with the city. It is in all probability the most popular bridge in the world. It was designed by Sir Horace Jones. The engineer appointed with this was Sir John Wolfe-Barry. The bridge […]

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Buckinham Palace

Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace is the seat of Royalty in England.The place was as private as private can be and was opened to the public only from 1993. For a visitor the entryway is from the Ambassador’s Court on Buckingham Palace Road. The place also houses the administrative headquarters of the Monarchy. It is one of the […]

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