One of the most visited countries England offers great things to see and do for every tourist. This small but beautiful country bursts with exciting cities, fascinating history, and rich cultural traditions. Historic sites are all around the corner from ancient Roman sites to centuries-old castles and prehistoric megaliths to town centres dating back to the Middle Ages. It is easy to get around in England as it is connected with trains and buses, or one can drive their way around the city. Whether you choose to tour the country by car or public transport, you're guaranteed an unforgettable experience.
Here are 3 places you want to visit for making the experience unforgettable.
The Tower of London has done it all – treasure vault, observatory, prison, palace, and menagerie. Considered as the most important destination it is surely a place where the tourists have a lot to see and do as to be busy for hours. it's home to amazing exhibits such as Line of Kings, the world's oldest visitor attraction (1652) with its remarkable displays of royal armour. Other eye-catching things include Other highlights include classic Yeoman Warder Tours, the Royal Mint, the wonderful Crown Jewels exhibition, and exhibits and displays regarding prisoners and executions. The collection of crown jewels in a tower of London includes some of the imperial state crown, the crown of Queen Elizabeth, extraordinary diamonds, coronation spoon and other jewels used by the Queen.
Big Ben is actually great bell of Westminster Palace in London. It is the fourth largest chiming clock in the world, the clock tower is officially known as Elizabeth Tower. The clock has become a symbol of the England and London and has appeared in many films. Big Ben is built back was 1859, each dial of big ben have a diameter of seven meters. The clock tower has the height to 92 meters, have to climb 40 steps to reach the top, it is not opened for public and foreign tourists. The minute hands of big ben have a length of 4.2 meters. There is a golden inscription in the Latin language at every clock dial of big ben that reads ‘Domine Salvam Fac Reginam Nostrum Victoria Primam' which have the meaning of ‘O Lord Keep Safe Our Queen Victoria the first'.
It is one of the most visited religious buildings in England, situated in Ludgate hills of London. The dome of St.Paul’s cathedral is the second largest in the world, having a height of 366 feet. From 1710 to 1960 it remained as the tallest building in London. The iconic building has been a part of many significant events in Britain's history including the state funeral of Sir Winston Churchill and the marriage of Prince Charles and Princess Diana. One has to climb the 237 steps to the top of the spectacular Dome. On your way to the top, you can witness the Whispering Gallery, where one whisper from the down can be heard 100 feet away.