England : London Stay
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Situated on the famous River Thames in south-central England, London, the largest city in the United Kingdom, boasts an iconic skyline and dates back thousands of years to the Roman empire. The capital city is home to world-class Michelin star restaurants, and four World Heritage sites: the Tower of London, Kew Gardens, the Palace of Westminster, and the Royal Observatory in Greenwich. Other phenomenal attractions include Madame Tussauds; The London Eye; the West End Theatres; and premier shopping at several famous markets and iconic department stores. Visitors may also enjoy a river cruise along the Thames past the Houses of Parliament and Westminster, or visit the British Museum, Natural History Museum, Tate Modern and the Science Museum. Don’t miss a visit to the Queen's official residence at Buckingham Palace to view the changing of the guards outside.
Salisbury is a magnificent cathedral city located in the south of England. Home (or at least close) to some of the country’s most iconic sights, Salisbury makes a perfect base for exploring all that the county of Wiltshire has to offer. Salisbury Cathedral is a 13th-century masterpiece with the tallest spire in England, offering guided tours of its tower and viewings of its original copy of the Magna Carta. Meanwhile, Old Sarum is the hilltop site of the former city, inhabited for 4000 years until 1219, when Salisbury was established in preparation for the construction of the Cathedral. Finally, don’t miss the chance to take a day trip to Stonehenge, the iconic Neolithic monument located on Salisbury Plain. This vast UNESCO World Heritage Site contains more than 200 Bronze Age monuments.
Resting in the lush rolling hills on the southern edge of the Cotswolds, the historical Roman and Georgian spa city of Bath has been attracting visitors for centuries. Travellers flock here year after year to marvel at this elegant city’s glorious natural hot springs, Roman-period baths, fascinating Medieval buildings and stately Georgian architecture. Aside from these historical attractions, Bath's ancient streets are lined with quaint boutiques, cosy cafes, and a slew of lively bars, restaurants and clubs. Once places like the Roman Baths, the Jane Austen Exhibition and Pulteney Bridge have been ticked off the list, there are still enough art galleries, Gothic churches and exquisite parks to keep you occupied for days. With so much to see and do, it is no wonder that so many people fall hopelessly in love with Bath, the most romantic of all English cities.