10 Places to visit in England

One of the finest countries in the whole world which filled with double-decker buses, country houses, thatched cottages, and village pubs is known as England. England is the country where you can find any kind of travelers wandering around and having a gossip with British and Non-British people. England is one of the most visited countries in the world; it offers travelers different possibilities to visit different kinds of art and people. It can be a funny country and it might be a small country but you can spend your whole life there learning new things. Historic places can be seen in every other corner of England.

The best way to get around England and be able to visit it easily and on your own is by rental car. If you are thinking of visiting the UK, rent a car at the airport and enjoy the trip.

Here is an experienced guide for travelers who are willing to visit England in the near future.

Stonehenge

stonehenge

Stonehenge is the world’s most famous monument; just 10 mi away from Salisbury in the north. It is the most popular for attracting tourist in whole England. It covers almost 8 mi of land with hanging stones that were placed here in 3000 BC. There is an excellent and beautiful café and a shop which attracts visitors from different places.

Tower of London

Tower of London

The Tower of London which is also an official fortress and Royal palace of Her Majesty is on the north bank of River Thames in central London and is a historic palace. From prison to treasure wallet, this tower has done everything. It is also considered the most important building in the whole of London. It was built in the early 18th century by William the Conqueror. It is home to Lie of Kings and great visitor displays of the armor of royal family. This Tower of London is spread on almost 18 acres of land and has different pieces of art in it as well.

COTSWOLDS

COTSWOLDS

Beautiful and honey-colored villages and towns of COTSWOLDS look that fresh and amazing that if they have copy-pasted from some other era to 21st Century.  It covers almost 800 square miles which include different countries as well and has different rolling hills in it. To visit this place, summer is the best season of the year as it will have a lot of greenery in it at that time. Winter has its own crowed free and fire-side pub sessions as well.

Hadrian’s Wall

Hadrian’s Wall

Hadrian’s Wall was built by great roman warriors; it helped them to be secure from different tribes of Scotland in the time of war. It covers 117 km from the north of England to the Irish Sea. Its construction was started in 122 AD which took almost 6 years to complete this great piece of historic art. In present, there are only a few marks left to follow the whole path which was built before. It stays open all day and night for all kinds of people.

Warwick Castle

warwick castle

If you really want to look at a truly memorable English family excursion, you cannot do anything better but visit Warwick Castle. This was built by William the Conqueror as well, initially it was built using wooden pieces but later on, it was constructed again on the solid rocks. It gives a deep look into the life of the great life of medieval times. In 2001, it was named “Top 10 historic houses and monuments”. It is a perfect example of how the military used to work in the 14th century as well.

Chartwell

Chartwell

Home of Sir Winston Churchill, Chartwell was bought by him and his wife; it is located two miles from Kent England in the south. Its gardens and lakes are worth exploring. It was given to National Trust when Sir Churchill died. This great home is full of memories and photos; which explains the life of the great man easily.

Lake District

Lake District

Lake District covers 900 square mi of land and is a must watch place for the people who are visiting England. It is located in the country of Cumbria, in North West England. It is the largest national park in the country. It has 12 of the country’s lakes and different fells which are mountains and hills, carved by dramatic and beautiful scenery. This park is visited by almost 14 million people from all around the world in one year.

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral is located in the middle of the city which gives it its name and is home to Archbishop of Canterbury. It is also one of the oldest Christian structures in England and has the roman past. It was found in 597 and was rebuilt in 1070. This place also gives complete entertainment with great art galleries, shopping, and cafes.

Eden Project

Eden Project

Eden Project is a collection of beautiful artificial biomes which contains different kinds of a plant from all around the world. It is located in Cornwall, England from where you can get great Car Rentals Deals to visit this place. It consists of big domes that look like giant igloo-shaped. Car Rental Deals makes easier for travelers to have a good tour of this place.

York Minster

York Minster

York Minster is located in York, England is one of the greatest and largest Gothic churches in Europe.  It has a very wide decorated chapter house. The current structure was built in 1472. It also has the greatest east window inside it which was finished in 1408. The title “minster” of York Minster, is given to churches which were built in the Anglo-Saxon period and were being used as missionary teaching churches.

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