If you are planning a trip to England, you will definitely want to make a list of the places you want to go and visit. England is a very diverse country, but fortunately, it does not matter geographically that it is possible to establish in one place the length of your visit and the different regions of the country.
For most people, the South East is where you start your visit to England, not least because the country's main airports and seaports are here. Of course, the South East is also where the world famous capital London is, and it is undoubtedly the # 1 & # 39; the route. Southeastern England, as well as the eastern regions, offer many other places, including medieval castles, beautiful gardens and amazing cities. One of the most beautiful cities in the South East is Canterbury, whose famous cathedral has attracted visitors for over 500 years.
There are also some glorious seaside towns and cities in the Southeast. Rye is one example where visitors can stroll through the winding streets of the old windshield and imagine that they are in a film shot from a hundred or more years ago. Rye also has some great restaurants and traditional English taverns where the traveler can stop to rest and maybe sample some good English flame. The city's location and high quality accommodation make it a perfect base for visitors to travel up or down the south coast of England.
Well-known university cities in west and north London, Oxford and Cambridge are worth a visit.
West and Central England
The West of England, as it is known, is synonymous with slower pace of life, where outdoor pursuits such as diving in Cornwall or walking in Dartmouth are favorite pastimes.
Of course, one of the most famous sights in England and the 39th West is Stonehenge, an ancient ancient monument, surrounded by mystery and intrigue, surrounded by visitors from all over the world who wonder how and why it was created. The beautiful spa town of Bath takes less than an hour to drive west to Stonehenge and offers visitors the opportunity to explore the Roman baths around which the city has developed.
Another famous city, Stratford-upon-Avon, known as William Shakespeare's birthplace, sends tourists miles away and is another worthy addition to any route.
It is the northern part of England, where the country with the most rugged landscapes was found, as well as medieval towns and villages such as York. For Europe, home to the finest Gothic cathedral anywhere, York is a favorite place to offer many things despite its compact size. Peak District, Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and Lake District are all located in the north of England, and all offer indescribable, quintessential English landscapes where visitors can enjoy more peaceful surroundings, fresh air and good walks followed by a hearty dinner in an old English hotel.