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Traveling the united kingdom by train

London needs no introduction. One of the most important cities in the world is also one of the most beautiful and one of the most visited. It is on everyone’s “see before you die” list, and it combines absolutely everything: long history and avant-garde modernity, architectural heritage and natural beauty, churches and astronomical observatories, palaces and museums?

From the modern London Eye, which has become a new icon of the city, to the traditionally iconic Big Ben, there is so much to see in London that you will need enough time to see it all.

Starting with the historic, the imposing Westminster Abbey, erected since 1066 and home to the coronations of monarchs, weddings and funerals, is a World Heritage Site that should be at the top of your travel agenda. Also not to be missed is the magnificent Tower Bridge, the stone drawbridge that crosses the Thames and dates back to 1894.

One of the main urban landmarks is the Picadilly Circus square, with great atmosphere all the time and where several theaters and the beginning of main avenues are concentrated. Regarding the multitude of London parks, Hyde Park is undoubtedly the most popular thanks to its large lake, monuments, gardens, paths and Kensington Palace.

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Starting the route in Barcelona, you will have to cross France taking the A75 road until you reach Paris from where you take the A1 until you intersect with the A26 that will take you directly to Calais. The distance of this route is 1,400 km.

The fastest route to get to England from the center of the Iberian Peninsula has a total of 1600 km. First you take the E-5 road, which takes you to San Sebastian. After that, you take the A63 to Bordeaux where you take the A10 to Tours and then take the A28 to Calais.

Especially during the high season in summer and holiday periods, accommodation prices can be a bit higher and it is advisable to book in advance. This applies even more, if you want to travel to popular holiday destinations such as Brighton.

If you are traveling to the National Parks or the Scottish Highlands in winter, it is important to check the weather forecast: Snow can quickly make many roads impassable.

Before traveling to england

England, heart of the English empire, home of Queen Elizabeth and one of the most cosmopolitan and ancient countries in the world. Here you will find a travel guide to England with information, tips and details by city to make your next trip unforgettable. Let’s start!

I have been to England 3 times and it never ceases to amaze me, I love its medieval, Viking and modern contrasts, as well as the elegance and glamour that its cities exude. I firmly believe that visiting this country should be on every traveler’s list. Below, you will find the most important details of this country.

Touring the united kingdom in 15 days

London, capital of the United Kingdom, is a global city, with skyscrapers and a cosmopolitan atmosphere, which maintains its own cultural traits. You will visit the iconic Houses of Parliament with its Clock Tower and Big-Ben, the British Museum and the historic Tower of London.

Visiting: London, Cambridge, Yorkshire County, Lake District, Liverpool, Conwy, Snowdonia National Park, Caernafon, Chester, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bristol, Bath, Salisbury and Stonehenge.

Visiting: London, Cambridge, Yorkshire County, Lake District, Liverpool, Conwy, Snowdonia National Park, Caernafon, Chester, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Bristol, Bath, Salisbury and Stonehenge.

England offers a fascinating journey from prehistoric times, with the enigmatic Stonehenge, the Roman footprint and its strong medieval heritage to the present day. Proud of their symbols and their mediatic Royal Family, polite, reserved and with a particular humor, the English enjoy debating over a cup of tea and, of course, a pint of beer in the thousands of pubs that populate the country. This endless mix of heritage, entertainment and lifestyle makes England one of the most visited countries in the world.

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