England – the birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles.

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UK’s well established urban centres are just one part of its charisma. Britain is often labelled as beautiful thanks to its Seaside towns, national parks, quaint villages and scenic areas like the Cornish coast and the Lake District.

The city of Brighton is one of England’s most exciting seaside destinations and is renowned for its cosmopolitan characters, varied entertainment venues and vibrant nightlife. This city is popular with local and international tourists and is one of the most popular day trip destinations from London.

For those in search of fabulous architecture, history and culture, head to Bath. The Romans established Bath in the year 43 AD and many of Bath’s great buildings date back from its renaissance in the 18th centaury. Visitors can walk around the old Roman Baths, enjoy Bath Abbey and the Georgian architecture.

Cambridge, with a university heritage, is well worth a visit as it has a number of historic buildings, churches, The University and a collection of museums.

Visitors taking the time to travel to the northern part of England are rewarded with a very different culture and atmosphere. Head to Manchester, billed as England’s ‘capital of the north’. Well known for its industrial past and musical and sporting legacy, it has been transformed in recent decades and is now a well established cosmopolitan city. Liverpool, famous of course for the Beatles and its two high-flying football clubs, has over the last two decades undergone a major urban regeneration and the city now offers a stunning new waterfront with new shops, restaurants and trendy hotels.

No matter which part of England it is that you visit, you will always be rewarded with an experience hard to forget.

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