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Reasons To Love United Kingdom

One of the most visited countries in the world, England offers almost endless possibilities for things to see and do. Part of the beautiful British Isles, this small but influential country bursts with alluring history, exciting cities, and rich cultural traditions. England is also extremely easy to get around, with its most popular tourist destinations well connected by trains and buses.

Tourist Attractions in different cities of United Kingdom

 Stonehenge: Stonehenge, 10 miles north of Salisbury on Salisbury Plain, is Europe’s best-known prehistoric monument. Although you can’t go inside the circle to wander among the stones during normal opening hours, you can reserve special early morning or late evening access into the circle through English Heritage, which manages the site.

                   

  • British Museum:  With collections of antiquities that are among the world’s finest, the British Museum holds more than 13 million artifacts. The Ancient Egyptian collection is the largest outside of Cairo, and the hoard of Roman silver dating from the fourth century.

                                 

 

Big Ben Tower:  Big Ben tower clock, famous for its accuracy and for its massive bell. The tower itself was formally known as St. Stephen’s tower until 2012, when it was renamed Elizabeth Tower on the occasion of Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, celebrating 60 years on the British throne. 

                             

 

London Bridge: London Bridge is London’s oldest and most historic river crossing. It’s one of the most recognizable landmarks in London and a must-see on anyone’s visit to the area.  

                     

 

Buckingham Palace:  Buckingham palace is the london residence and administrative headquarters of monarch as well as a head of the state, the present head of the state is Queen Elizabeth. the palace is often at the center of state occasions and royal hospitality.

                      

 

  • London Eye: London eye is a giant wheel on the south bank of the river Thames. Supported by an A-frame on one side only. It is Europe’s tallest Ferris wheel, and offered the highest public viewing point in London.