England has hundreds of years of history and a variety of things to offer for everyone, and is why it is so unique. A lot of historic buildings, cathedrals and other points of interest are available to guests.
Among the most popular tourist attractions in England include:
Lake District National Park is one of the most beautiful parts of England and the largest national park in England. Located in the northwest of the country in Cumbria offers a fascinating mix of landscapes with mountains and lakes, including 16 lakes and 53 Iezere.
The lakes are located in the Cumbrian Mountains and the damaged region is dotted with attractive towns and pleasant valleys. Lake District is a paradise for hikers at any time, and one of the most popular places for pleasant alternatives to roam the hills, is Scafell Peak, with a height of 3210 feet, the highest mountain in England.
Buckingham Palace is the official residence of British royalty in London since 1837. Designed by John Nash, the palace is surrounded by a garden of 40 acres and the west wing of the building near the palace of a wing was added to east, toward the garden in 1847 and then completely replaced in 1913.
Tower of London and Crown Jewels
Tower is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Britain and since 1303 houses the Crown Jewels. The tower was a palace, prison, treasury, zoo and armory. He was home all monarchs from William the Conqueror (XI th century) to Henry VIII (XVI century).
Jewel House is located in Waterloo wing, exhibiting the royal mace, ceremonial swords and other objects and the royal crown.
Stonehenge is the most important prehistoric monument in England, dating from the Neolithic period and is located in Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire. There are many theories related to the Stonehenge monument, ranging from the idea of ??a Druid temple for sun worship to a place of imormantare or astronomical calendar.
Alton Towers is one of the most famous theme parks in England, with attractions and entertainment for every family member. Located in north Staffordshire village of Alton, towers dating from the Victorian era and were designed by Augustus Welby Pugin. Among his recreations include boating on the lake, cable car and many gardens in which to wander.
Roman Baths and Pump Room in Bath
Roman Baths and Temple of Sulis Minerva, built in 75 BC around the three largest hot springs are extremely impressive and among the most visited places in London, especially during the summer months.
Goddess Sulis Minerva built, the Romans had a temple and baths that are 2,000 years old. Great Bath Roman pavements have a foundation that is surrounded by arcades of the nineteenth century. Pump Room is a meeting place in neoclassical style and is the social heart of Bath community.
Windsor Castle, the largest inhabited castle in the world, is one of the official residences of the Queen. Since William the Conqueror built the first castle in 1080, was praised both for proximity to London and the old hunting forest nearby. State flats are home to masterpieces by Rembrandt, Rubens, Holbein and Van Dyck as well as French and English furniture and porcelain extraordinary.