England, United Kingdom

Welcome to England
is the lifeblood of Great Britain and has had a huge impact on the history of the world. All the regions of England are easily accessible from London, famous for its history, culture and pageantry. With its pomp and pageantry, wonderful idiosyncrasies and vibrant diversity, today’s England is friendly, welcoming, fascinating and fun.


Cities and Towns

LondonLondon – the Capital.
England's historic capital was the centre of the British Empire for generations, and is imbued with a sense of history. Modern London has retained its ancient heritage and remains the focus of world events. Anyone wishing to understand and explore the origins of Western culture will revel in a holiday in London, where traditional attractions still amaze and astound.

An important maritime centre and industrial port, Liverpool was one of the great cities of the United Kingdom in the Industrial Revolution. Liverpool's waterfront is now a UNESCO World Heritage site. The historical Albert Dock was restored in the 1980s and is now one of the city's most popular attractions, housing chic restaurants, bars, shops and museums, including the Merseyside Maritime Museum and the Tate Liverpool. The city boasts two world-class football clubs, Liverpool and Everton. There is also plenty of Beatlemania to satisfy fans, including several Beatles-related museums and points of interest.

ManchesterManchester Although now best known for its football teams, Manchester was once one of England's greatest Victorian cities and the birthplace of both rail travel and Rolls Royce cars. The city boasts more than 50 free museums and galleries, a world-class sports centre that recently hosted the Commonwealth Games, and plenty of parks, gardens and other attractions. Manchester City and Manchester United are two of the biggest football clubs in England and Old Trafford (home to Manchester United) has become a huge tourist destination.

BathBath - The Romans established the City of Bath in AD 43 and this city, awash with architecture, history and culture, has been welcoming visitors ever since. Many of Bath's great buildings date back from its renaissance in the 18th century when it again became a fashionable spa town and played host to royalty and the aristocracy. Today visitors can walk around the old Roman Baths, enjoy the splendour of Bath Abbey or simply take in the breathtaking Georgian architecture of this beautiful city. Jane Austen lived and based several of her books in Bath, visitors can find the Jane Austen Centre, which displays her life and times.

Cotswolds Cotswolds

The Cotswolds region in England personifies country quaintness. With names like Chipping Campden, Moreton-in-Marsh and Stow-on-the-Wold, the Cotswold towns and villages have a fairy-tale-like air, with small bridges over shallow rivers, colourful gardens leading up to thatched cottages and Morris-dancing in the town square. Here, life doesn't seem to change much over the centuries, and the inhabitants of its cottages and manors appear to retain a pastoral naivety. It's hard not to feel the rural tranquillity, and visitors may well feel as though they've stepped into one of Constable's paintings.

Map of England, UK

Map of England

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