Composed of England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales, the United Kingdom has always been a hot favourite of many people primarily because of the beauty of its countryside, historic cities, outstanding theatres, and top notch museums. From stately castles to medieval mansions, there are many diverse places, which you could visit in the United Kingdom. Here are some of them.
Located on the River Cam, which is situated just north of London, Cambridge is a beautiful and yet a charming place to be in. Not only is Cambridge a cultural and a social hub, but it is also home to one of the topmost universities in the world. The King’s College Chapel is one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture.
The city of Chester lies not far from the border of Wales on the River Dee in Cheshire, England. The city is as old as 2,000 years and this implies that it carries a plenty of culture, history, and architecture that span several eras. Distinct 19th Century revivalist architecture can be found throughout Chester. The medieval and Roman walls that encircle the city are some of the top tourist attractions of the city.
A city that is walled and that has a rich heritage and located where the River Ouse meets the River Foss, York is an ancient city packed with many tourist attractions. York Minster is one of the top tourist attractions and landmarks of the city. The stone cathedral that looks commanding houses several remarkable works of art in it.
Stonehenge is one of the top international attractions, which comprises earthworks that surround a circular setting of large stones that stand located in south west England. It is also home to Bronze Age and Neolithic finds of the world. Stonehenge is a must visit for all those, who intend to visit England.