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England is divided into nine separate regions, each of which has its own unique culture, history, and atmosphere – from the charming villages of Cornwall and beautiful rolling hills in the Cotswolds, to the dramatic coastline in the North East and the bustling city life in London, England has it all!


Here are some of the very best attractions you definitely shouldn’t miss. 


The national capital, and also the capital city of England, it is one of Europe’s trendiest capital. Famous landmarks include the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben beside the Thames River, Westminster Abbey, Piccadilly Circus, the Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, one of the world's most famous and spectacular fortresses , and the Yeoman Warders of Her Majesty's Royal Palace and Fortress popularly known as Beefeaters. Kings and queens of England have stored crowns, robes, and other items of their ceremonial regalia at the Tower of London for over 600 years. Since the 1600s, the coronation regalia itself, commonly known as the 'Crown Jewels' have been protected at the Tower.

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A UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987, it is a  beautiful Georgian city with finest Georgian architecture , delightful crescents and terraces. The Roman Baths, unbelievably well preserved  remains of one of the greatest religious spas of the ancient world, constructed over Britain's only natural hot water spring nearly 2,000 years ago.  

Admire the Bath Abbey and the much-photographed romantic Pulteney Bridge, overlooking the river Avon. Marveled at the Royal Crescent, one of Bath’s most iconic landmarks, forms a sweeping crescent. Today, it  is home to the five-star hotel.  


World’s most famous universities where famous alumni studied,  from Prince Charles, Sir Isaac Newton and Stephen Hawking. 

Visit the university from a different perspective with guided punting tour. Get a deeper sense of the history of this university town from the knowledgeable guide as you admire the Bridge of Sighs, The Mathematical Bridge, New Court St Johns and Clare Bridge.