Are you planning your summer vacation in England? Well, that’s a fantastic idea. England is brimmed with unique places that every travel lover would love to visit. If you love history, then visit these places on your trip to New England.
Stonehenge, 10 miles north of Salisbury on the Salisbury Plain, is Europe’s most famous prehistoric monument. England’s Stonehenge is so famous worldwide that tourists book advance tickets several months in advance to see it. So that when you come to visit here, you are guaranteed to roam, and you do not have to face the crowd. Here you can see more than 250 antiques, stones, and shapes with audio-visual guides. This stone sculpture was placed here between 3000 and 1500 BCE.
Hadrian’s Wall was built by the Romans to protect their colony Britannia from tribes in Scotland. It extends 117 kilometers (73 mi) north of England from the Irish Sea to the North Sea. The Roman emperor began construction of this Wall in 122 AD after Hadrian’s visit, which was completed within roughly six years. Today only the sections of this famous Wall are visible. But it is a national path and also an excellent tourist destination.
3. Warwick Castle
In its original form, it is a very beautiful wooden structure, which is like a palace, which was built by William Kunker in 1068. Warwick Castle then built it with stone in the 12th century. Then during the Hundred Years’ War, a considerable part of it was damaged and rebuilt. As a result, it emerged as one of the best-known examples of 14th-century architecture. In 2001, Vervik Castell was featured in Britain’s “Top 10 Historic Houses and Monuments”.
4. Lake District The
Lake District is the largest national park in England. It is in the city of Cumbria, located in the North West of England. The main attractions of this park include lakes and waterfalls. You will be surprised to see their texture and beauty. It is a major England destination for hiking and climbing. The park receives about 14 million national and international tourists every year. Now you can understand to what extent this park is beautiful.
5. Tower of London
The prison, the palace, the treasure vault, the observatory, and the menagerie, all of which you will get to see together in the London Tower. The Tower of London is widely considered to be the most important building in England. There is so much to see in this heritage site that the tourists forget about everything else for several hours and become here. Its center point is the White Tower. It was built in 1078 by William the Conqueror. It is believed to be the oldest visitor attraction in the world.
Here you will get to know a lot about the Crown Jewels Exhibition, the classic Yemen Warder Tours, the Royal Mint, and the exhibition about the hanging of prisoners and prisoners. According to the information, the Tower of London is spread over 18 acres.