Amazing places to visit in England
If you've been to London a couple of times, you've seen Big Ben and probably even dropped into the Beatle homeland, that does not mean you know England. There are many interesting places to visit, and only a few of them are presented below. So, what to do in England, in order to better feel the country from inside?
Visit the flea market on Portobello Road in London.
Portobello Road Street is famous for its antique market that is open Saturdays.
Go on an excursion to the Roman Baths in Bath.
Roman baths in Bath (which, by the way, is translated as "bathhouse") were built by the Romans 2000 years ago. Also, Bath has long been a popular resort in the high society of England, including royal families.
Travel to Stonehenge during the summer solstice.
Every year, thousands of people come to the county of Wiltshire to meet the sunrise between the stones of Stonehenge. That is a very impressive sight to visit.
Walk around Cotswold.
Cotswold is one of the most picturesque areas in England, the best place to relax from the city crowds. Here you can enjoy nature, dine in a traditional English tavern and walk along the streets of the small cozy town of Chipping Gampton.
Stay overnight in the Koa Tree Camp in Conwell.
Cornwall is famous for its beautiful natural scenery, and the night in the traditional Mongolian yurt makes you feel closer to nature.
The famous Oxford University includes 38 different colleges, each of them has its own history. The most beautiful architecture is in the New College.
See a football match.
Football fans should definitely go to Greater Manchester to watch a live match at the famous football stadium called Old Trafford, also known as the Theater of Dreams.
Visit the Abbey in Whitby.
It seems to be a mystery and romance in the ruins of the Abbey of Hilda in Whitby, and mostly thanks to writers like Walter Scott and Bram Stoker. In order to visit this unusual structure, you will have to pass 199 stone steps.
Walk through the mysterious Dartmoor forest.
The mist-covered and shrouded forest of Dartmoor National Park has been an inexhaustible source of local folklore for many years; there were many incredible stories and legends born there.
Have a cup of tea at Bridge Tea Rooms.
Traditional English tea is best served in a traditional 16th-century institution in Bradford-on-Avon.
Visit the Sissinghurst Gardens.
Sissinghurst Gardens is a real work of art; there are many kinds of flowers and herbs growing there. Gardens are the national treasure of the country since 1967.
See the Durham Cathedral.
The Cathedral in Durham, located in the north-east of England, is a true masterpiece of Anglo-Norman architecture and is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.