England
A land of contrasts, with something to suit everyone.

From the bustling cities of London and Manchester to the stunning coastline of Cornwall, there's something for everyone in England. The countryside is also full of beautiful landscapes and quaint villages, perfect for a weekend getaway. England, part of the United Kingdom, shares land borders with Wales to the west and Scotland to the north. Whether you are strolling through a picturesque park, browsing through a vintage shop, or wandering off the beaten path in search of hidden gems, it always feels like you are uncovering new treasures with exploring England.

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England is a land of contrasts, with something to suit everyone. From the bustling streets of London to the wild beauty of the Scottish Highlands, there is an endless array of tourist attractions to explore. For those who enjoy the outdoors, there are ample opportunities for hiking, fishing, and birdwatching. History buffs can visit ancient castles and battlegrounds, while art lovers can marvel at the works of Shakespeare and Rembrandt. No matter what your interests are, you’re sure to find plenty of tourist activities to keep you busy during your travels to England. And of course, no trip to England would be complete without trying some of the local food. Whether you’re enjoying a traditional English breakfast or sampling some Fish and Chips, you’re sure to have a memorable experience.

Interesting Facts
England
  • The capital of England is London, which is also the capital of the United Kingdom.
  • With a population of over 53 million people, England is the third-largest country in Europe after Russia and Germany.
  • The sport of cricket was invented in England.
  • The first-ever novel was written by an English author.
  • There is a yearly downhill cheese chasing competition that takes place near Glouchester.
  • England may be an island, but there is an underwater tunnel, making it easy to drive from England to France.
  • Winchester was the first capital of England, from 827 to 1066.
  • England Has Many Weird Village Traditions From cheese rolling, gurning (pulling funny faces) to worm charming...
  • London Bridge Is Now In Arizona London Bridge may not have fallen down (as the song goes) but it was taken brick by brick to its new owner, Lake Havasu City in Arizona in the late 1960s. Unable to cope with London’s heavy traffic it was sold for just under $3m to the city in 1968.
  • London Will Fall If The Tower Of London Ravens Fly Away So says an old legend. Charles II introduced a law requiring the Tower to keep 6 of the birds in its grounds at all times. This is still the Law.
  • London’s Big Ben Is Not A Clock it actually the bell in the clock who is ben.
  • The Queen Owns All The Swans On The Thames.
  • It Is A Criminal Offense to Stick A Postage Stamp To An Envelope Upside Down.
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