Places To Visit in England

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Here are the top 8 tourist places in England

1. London

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Standing on the Thames River, London is the capital of England as well as the most populous city in Great Britain. The city is a confluence of the old and the new and is one of the most important tourist destinations in the entire world. It is a city with numerous attractions of all sorts including ...

Best Time: April to September

2. Bath

4.2 /5

2 out of 8
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A precious city, Bath is home to some of the greatest Georgian architecture in the United Kingdom. Located in the valley of River Avon, Bath is such a beautiful city that it has been designated as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is special for its hot springs and the Roman Baths. The city provides...

Best Time: April to June

3. Liverpool

4.5 /5

3 out of 8
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Famed for its wonderful culture, winning football teams, The Beatles and a buzzing nightlife, Liverpool is one of the major cities of UK situated in Merseyside in England. It lies within the boundaries of Lancashire. It was awarded as the European Capital of Culture in 2009 and is home to some of th...

Best Time: April to September

4. Manchester

5.0 /5

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Lying in the heart of Greater Manchester, Manchester is a city in the North-western part of England. It is known for its impact on the historical scenario of industry and music as well as famous for its football clubs. It is a vibrant city visited by numerous tourists all around the year.

Best Time: May to August and December

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5. York

4.2 /5

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An ancient cathedral city, York is situated in Yorkshire in England. This is the second most visited city in England after London and has some of the best preserved historical buildings and architecture in Europe. York is often referred to as the city of festivals as there are festivals going on all...

Best Time: April to June

6. Blackpool

4.1 /5

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After London, Blackpool can be considered as the most popular tourist destination in the entire country of England. It is a popular seaside resort which has a vintage charm of its own. _There are millions of people visiting this town every year and that makes it the number one ranked holiday resort....

Best Time: Mid March to October

7. Newcastle

4.5 /5

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A historic city along the River Tyne, Newcastle is a major city of North-Eastern England. Formerly known as Northumberland, it is an amazing city to experience traditional English culture, lined with historic sites around the city. It is also a hub for arts and sciences in the region, serving as a m...

Best Time: April to June

8. Birmingham

4.5 /5

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Birmingham is the United Kingdom's second major city, after the capital city London. A major location of the Industrial Revolution, Birmingham continues to be a key contributor to the prosperity and economy of the United Kingdom. The city is a fine example of English culture, with medieval architect...

Best Time: March to May, September to November

FAQs on England

What is the currency of England?

The main currency in England is Pound Sterling and Euros are not at all accepted in the country. One must change their Euros to Pound Sterling while travelling from continental Europe. The Bank of England notes are accepted all over UK, but there might be trouble in using Northern Irish and Scottish notes in the country. Most of the shops and restaurants accept credit cards, Visa, MasterCard and the debit cards with Maestro logo.

What is the history of England?

England is a country with a long history. Julius Caesar conquered it in 55 BC. Roman Emperor Hadriad built the Hadrian's wall to keep the country safe from northern Britain. Eventually the Romans left the land and moved on. The Anglo Saxons invaded Britain in 449 AD and named it Angle Land. King Arthur ruled the country and following that, the crown eventually went to the hands of the son of Ethelred William who was then crowned the king. There were frequent tussles for power. There was also an on-going war with France. England was a major part of the industrial revolution. After that, it played a part in the two world wars, following which it is now the present day England. It is one of the top countries in the world.

What is unique about culture of England?

The English are very cultured people, and they hold strong to their coherent traditions. It has been accented from the contributions of Asians, Afro-Caribbeans,ÊMuslims and other immigrants. The official religion is Christianity under the Anglican Church or the Church of England. English is the official language used by everyone in England.

How is England divided into regions?

England is generally divided into three regions based on the historical and linguistic groups, London, South East England and West Country. The English midlands are situated next to the Wales and the Northern England forms the region above Staffordshire. Main cities in England include London, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, Manchester, Nottingham, Leeds and Brighton.
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