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England Vacation Rentals

Scotland will provide you with every kind of England lodging you are looking for. From a secluded, home-like England hotel to a cozy England flat rental - this UK destination offers endless lodging possibilities.

Things to do in England

Majestic castles, fast-paced cities and sleepy villages make up England giving travelers countless recreational opportunities. Those who love history and rich cultural life should head to London while nature lovers will be amazed by the picturesque English countryside. Read on to find out about interesting things to do in England.

London

Just as the famous New York City, London is the city that never sleeps. Full of culture and historical heritage, London will amaze every tourist. Shop and Oxford Street's boutiques, take a stroll through Hyde Park and visit always busy Piccadilly Circus. Such attractions as Big Ben, the Tower of London and the London Eye, a huge Ferris wheel are a must-see.

The Palace of Westminster

Located on the north bank of the River Thames, the Palace of Westminster is where the two houses of Parliament of the UK meet. The palace, especially its Clock Tower known as the Big Ben, is recognized world-wide and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in London. Together with neighboring Westminster Abbey and St. Margaret's, the palace is a World Heritage Site.

Stonehenge

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument situated in the English county of Wiltshire and is one of the most famous prehistoric sites in the world. It is composed of earthworks surrounding a circular setting of standing stones. It is believed that the stones date back to around 2200 BC when they served as a burial ground. The site has been added to the UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1986.

Heart of England Such amazing places as Shakespeare's birth place, cottages in Hereford and vibrant Birmingham can be admired in the very heart of England. This charming land is blessed with a very good road network which makes it easy for tourists to travel around. Culture lovers should visit Birmingham, a center of shopping and fantastic nightlife. Those who like countryside, shouldn't miss the colorful villages of the Cotswolds.

Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a diverse and picturesque region of England that provides every kind of experience. From fast-moving city scene to old harbors and rolling green hills, it is all in Yorkshire. National Media Museum of York, Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo near Malton and Magna Science Adventure Center in Rotherham are places worth visiting.

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