Take a trip to England
The old European monarchy has kept its charm and you will realise it as soon as you arrive in London. You’ll come across the famous black taxis and the most extravagant-looking passers-by, all with a great deal of tolerance and legendary phlegm. Go to England and you’ll immediately be seduced by the green countryside, such as the Lake District Parc or the Yorkshire Parks, and its fast-paced cities such as Manchester, Bristol or Brighton.
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Five ideas for guided tours in England
The Lake District Park
If you are a keen walker, the wonderful Lake District Park in the north of England, close to Hadrian’s Wall and Scotland, is for you. This green paradise is considered the most beautiful park in the country by all visitors who come here for their holidays. Every day you can choose between canyoning, walking or cycling through the countryside around the lakes and mountains, sailing on Lake Windermere, boating on Lake Ullswater… In the evening, you can enjoy the good beers and specialities of the region in cosy pubs.
Bath, located in the south of England, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in the country. You will be charmed by the narrow streets, beautiful squares and honey-coloured stone houses. The city has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1987. You will enjoy relaxing in one of the many spas with their natural springs, as it was here that the Romans built large spa complexes taking advantage of the natural hot springs found in the area. Don’t miss the beautifully preserved Thermae Bath Spa and the luxurious Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa, located in the city centre, which is an elegant place and whose garden gives the impression of being in a typical English cottage.
Hastings is located in East Sussex, just an hour and a half from London by train. It is in this charming seaside town that you will be able to relax surrounded by the most beautiful landscapes, beautiful green countryside, wild beaches, forests… From the top of the hills and cliffs, you will enjoy wonderful panoramas. Hastings, was the site of a historic battle in 1066 that forged the soul of the British people as they fought against the Norman troops of William the Conqueror who landed on the coast.
The city of York is located in the north of England, in the county of Yorkshire. It’s a great place to discover the typical charm of the country, with a wide range of visits. You’ll start with a walk along the city wall and fortifications that run right through the historic centre. The views are best from here. Then visit one of the country’s most magical places: Jorvik Viking Centre, which is a reconstruction of an entire district as it was in Viking times. Also, head to Clifford’s Tower in the city centre, a tower of the medieval castle built by William the Conqueror. Finally, end the day in one of the many pubs, have a good beer and party in the Goodramgate area.
Prehistoric remains of Stonehenge
The remains of Stonehenge are located in the county of Wiltshire just 12 kilometres from Salisbury. This place has fascinated the world for thousands of years. The mystery remains: what exactly is the significance of this circle of prehistoric stones, giant blue megaliths from the Preseli Hills in South Wales? All we know is that the last stone was placed 3500 years ago and the first one over 5000 years ago. The magic remains and you will be amazed by the view from this magical monument. To continue this journey through time, an English tourist guide can accompany you through these bewitching places.