Explore England: Top 7 Places You Must Visit On Your Trip

Explore England: Top 7 Places You Must Visit On Your Trip

England is a beautiful country with a lot to do and explore. It is one of the top tourist destination of the world. The best part is that you will be able to explore modern as well as historical attractions here. People who have visited Europe may say that England is not an exotic location but it has much to offer to the people who are on the go.

So, here in this post, let’s explore some of the best attractions in England that you must go and visit before you die.

  1. Stonehenge

Stonehenge depicts the historical heritage of England. You need to visit the place in person to exactly enjoy its beauty. The structure is almost 4500 years old and helps us to understand the marvel of construction in those days. The place is located to the north of Salisbury and is only 100 miles away from London. This means that the place is easily accessible and can be worth visiting.


  1. Historic buildings

There are a number of historic buildings in England and listing them will create a long list. So for convenience, let’s group them together into Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, National gallery and British Museum. All these buildings are very beautiful and hold great importance. So if you are new to England these are the places that you must visit. The best part is that you can manage to visit all these places in a single day.

Historic buildings

  1. Castle regions

The best part of England is that its ancient heritage is spread across its land. So you will be able to find a number of amazing castles throughout the land. You can visit these attractions and even get a sneak peak about its history.

  1. Shakespeare’s England

England is the land of the great writer of mankind – Shakespeare. So for the same reason, the land is also called as Shakespeare’s England. If you are on a trip to England you must for once visit Stratford-upon-Avon, which is the hometown of Shakespeare. The place can be a real treat for you. Here you can enjoy cozy accommodations and spa treatments while knowing about the history.

Shakespeare’s England

  1. The Lake district

If you would ask somebody about the beautiful places in England, he will truly tell you about the Lake District National Park. The place composes of hilly region towards the northwest side of England with a number of lakes at different spots. The place is not at all less than any fantasy land and so has been liked by many authors.

The Lake district

  1. The Cheltenham Festival

When it comes to sports, England is known to have conducted a number of high-profile competitions. The horse racing festivals that occur during the springs is something that you cannot neglect. One of them that is famous is Cheltenham Festival and is really a fun time for people. The festival takes place in Gloucestershire in the month of March and continuous for four days. There are separate races on each day, which makes it the most exciting event of the year.

The Cheltenham Festival

  1. The Boat Race

The Boat race of England is a very old activity that takes place every year on the river Thames. The Boat race takes place between Cambridge and Oxford and dates back to 1829. It is one of the longest sporting events and so attracts a large number of tourists. If you are visiting England, make sure to add it to your list.

The Boat Race

Yes, it is true that there is much more to explore in England. This 7 top travel ideas will help you to start your trip. So once you are on the go, you can explore more about the beauty, history, and culture of England.

England is also a great place for stopover before you head over to Iceland. Find our list over must do things in Iceland. 


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Arina Thoggy is a Part Time Blogger and a full time horse rider who writes for Land of Deals as a part time job. She likes to explore new world of travelling and loves to travel in Europe. Here in this post she is talking about the places that you must visit while you are travelling to England.


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    February 15, 2016 at 7:58 pm

    I’m going in exchange in London pretty soon so I’m looking for everything that I can see near by !
    Thank you for this article. 🙂

    Kenza from http://travelwithkenza.blogspot.com/

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    February 22, 2016 at 2:30 pm

    I’m from England and I think I’ve done most of these.. still need to head up to the lake district though!! Lovely photo as well 🙂

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    April 27, 2017 at 7:41 am

    I was born in the UK and I would encourage anyone planning a visit to head ‘up north’ rather than staying around London. The hebrides in Scotland are fantastic – head up to Oban then hop across on the ferry to Mull. York and Harrogate are also fantastic, as well as the Peak District including Castleton, Eyam, and Buxton.
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    May 22, 2017 at 6:03 am

    England is such a nice place to visit with some wonderful attractions and nice places to visit in England. One of the top tourist destinations is Buckingham Palace. The Queen’s official London residence has a whopping 775 rooms. It is one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today. The lavishly decorated State Rooms of the Palace are open to visitors during the summer months, and you can visit all year round to see the famous Changing the Guard.

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