The prehistoric site of Stonehenge dates back to 3000 BC, making it one of the oldest sites in the world. What's the purpose of these massive stones, why put them there of all the places, there are a lot of questions such as these that makes Stonehenge an eerie and mysterious site.
Tower of London
Tower of London is one of the most prominent building in England. It has played the role of a prison, a palace, a treasury, and many others in the past. The building was built in 1078 by William the Conqueror. Here the exhibits range from Crown Jewels to prisoners and the types of executions.
Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Somerset, Worcestershire, and Warwickshire together form this beautiful destination. The natural beauty of the grasslands and the woodlands, combined with pretty and neat villages makes Cotswolds a choice destination. Explore Cotswolds on foot and you won't regret it.
Windsor Castle is the official royal residence and the world's oldest continuously occupied castle. Here lies the famous graves of Henry VIII, Queen Victoria, among many others. One of the most visited places in the UK, Windsor Castle holds plenty of stories from the past.
The Houses of Parliament
Visit London and not see the Big Ben? Impossible. The Houses of Parliament and its famous Big Ben clock tower are probably landmarks you are first going to visit. Situated right on the bank of River Thames, the Houses of Parliament is also the Palace of Westminster. The palace is where the House of Commons and the House of Lords meet.
One of the most prominent buildings in London, the Buckingham Palace is the Queen's working residence. The palace dates back to the 18th century and only certain parts of the palace is open to visitors. Don't miss the famous Changing of the Guard ceremony while you are there.
Who doesn't know the famous Beatles album cover with the iconic zebra crossing? The iconic crossing is just outside Abbey Road Studios in northwest London. You can't miss this if you are a Beatles' fan.