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First-class Tourist Attractions In England

22 January 2020
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First-class Tourist Attractions In England

First-class Tourist Attractions In England

(EN) One of the most visited countries in the world, First-class Tourist Attractions In England offers almost endless possibilities for things to see and do. Part of the beautiful British Isles, this small but influential country is full of fascinating history, exciting cities and rich cultural traditions. The historic sites are at every turn, from prehistoric megaliths and ancient Roman sites to centenary castles and city centers dating from the Middle Ages.

England is also beautiful, with its most popular tourist destinations, well connected to each other by trains and buses. You can also get from one point of interest to another by car on a well-planned motorway network. Whether you choose to tour the country by car or public transportation, you are guaranteed to have an unforgettable experience.


A lion, a goat and a snake?

Like many mythological creatures, Chimaera presented the features of several different animals. Early Greek writers believed that it possessed the head of a fire-breathing lion. A goat’s head came out of its back. Its tail ended in the head of a snake. In many ways, the fierce Chimaera combined several formidable animal attributes. She embodies the strength of a lion, the intelligence of a goat and the cunning of a snake!


Stonehenge

Stonehenge, 10 miles north of Salisbury on the Salisbury Plain, is Europe’s best known prehistoric monument (the site is so popular that visitors must purchase a ticket in advance to secure entry). The exhibits in the excellent visitor center set the stage for a visit, explaining through audiovisual experiences and over 250 ancient objects how the megaliths were erected and telling the story of life when they were placed here, between 3000 and 1500 BC.

After walking around the huge stones, visit authentic replicas of Neolithic houses to see the tools and tools of Neolithic everyday life, as volunteers demonstrate the skills of 4,500 years ago. Although you cannot enter the circle to walk among the stones during normal opening hours, you can book special access early in the morning or late at night to the circle through English Heritage, which manages the site.

Stonehenge

Stonehenge


Tower of London

Prison, palace, treasure chest, observatory and menagerie – the Tower of London has it all. Widely regarded as the most important building in England, there is enough to see and do on this World Heritage site to keep visitors busy for hours. The centerpiece is the White Tower. Built in 1078 by William the Conqueror, it houses amazing exhibitions such as Line of Kings, the oldest tourist attraction in the world (1652) with its remarkable royal armor.

Other highlights include the wonderful display of Crown Jewels, the classic Yeoman Warder Tours, the Royal Mint, as well as exhibitions and displays on prisoners and executions. In total, the Tower of London spans approximately 18 acres, so there is a lot of exploration to be done.





The Roman Baths and the Georgian City of Bath

If you only have time to visit one small town in England, you couldn’t do better than Bath. This remarkably beautiful city has more fantastic tourist attractions than you could hope to visit in a day. Although it is most famous for its magnificent 2,000-year-old Roman baths built around the city’s thermal springs. It is also known for its honey-colored Georgian townhouses, like those located on the Royal Crescent.

Some 500 buildings in the city are considered to be of historic or architectural significance. Which has made the whole city a World Heritage Site. Bath is the perfect place to explore some of England’s most beautiful countryside, including the Avon Valley, the Mendip Hills and countless other fantastic sites in Somerset.

Les bains romains et la ville géorgienne de Bath

The Roman Baths and the Georgian City of Bath



British Museum Iron Age exhibit at the British Museum

With some of the finest collections of antiques in the world. The British Museum has over 13 million objects from Assyria, Babylonia, Egypt, Greece, the Roman Empire, China and Europe. The most famous ancient artifacts are the Elgin Marbles of the Parthenon in Athens and the Rosetta Stone. But there are many other exceptional pieces on display here.

British Museum Pièce de l'âge du fer au British Museum

British Museum Pièce de l’âge du fer au British Museum

 




The oldest Egyptian collection is the largest outside of Cairo, and the fourth-century Roman silver treasure, known as the Mildenhall Treasure, discovered in Suffolk in 1942, is nothing short of spectacular.

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