England Travel Guide | 10 Best Places to Visit | Discover Fantastic Things to Do, Places to Go

England Travel Guide | 10 Best Places to Visit | Discover Fantastic Things to Do, Places to Go

England birthplace of Shakespeare and
the Beatles is a country in the British Isles bordering Scotland and Wales one of the most visited countries in the
world England offers travelers endless possibilities when it comes to fun
things to see and do part of the beautiful British Isles this
small but influential country is simply bursting with fascinating history
exciting cities and rich cultural traditions England is also extremely easy to get
around and whether you choose to tour the country by car or public transport
you’re guaranteed an unforgettable experience England continues to be one
of the most popular tourist destinations in the world in this video I will show
you some of the most attractive places to visit in England but please support
me by subscribing this channel give like and leave your comments Londyn no superlative is too great when
it comes to describing London the capital of England and the United
Kingdom this bustling city is history personified from Westminster Abbey to
Buckingham Palace London is situated in the Southeast of
England in the Thames Valley home to over 8 million people London has been an
important financial educational and cultural center for hundreds of years
London is very easy to navigate around and is compact enough to explore on foot
this world city is filled with iconic symbols and one of the most easily
recognizable is Tower Bridge Buckingham Palace perhaps the most famous palace in
the world is the official residence of Queen Elizabeth from the ancient to the
modern the London Eye offers a complete change of pace and perspective the
massive wheel is over 400 feet high and takes 30 minutes to complete one
rotation London will always be a city that looks
towards the past and the future in equal measure one of the most popular places to visit
in England Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument found in will chair Stonehenge
is perhaps the world’s most famous prehistoric monument it was built in
several stages the first monument was an early henge monuments built about 5,000
years ago and the unique stone circle was erected in the late Neolithic period
about 2500 BC in the early Bronze Age many burial mounds were built nearby today along with the memory it forms the
heart of a world heritage site with a unique concentration of prehistoric
monuments with a history spanning 4,500 years
Stonehenge has many different meanings to people today it is a wonder of the
world a spiritual place and a source of inspiration Oxford a city in central southern
England revolves around its prestigious University established in the 12th
century the architecture of its 38 colleges in the city’s medieval centre
LED poet Matthew Arnold to nickname it the city of dreaming spires along with
the rich history tradition and energetic academic life there is a busy lively
world beyond the College walls the University of Oxford is one of the
leading universities in the world York is a walled city with a rich heritage
located where the river Foss meets the River hours the place of extraordinary
cultural and historical wealth this beautifully preserved medieval city is a
must visit for history buffs one of the city’s landmarks is York
Minister this commanding stone Cathedral is filled with remarkable works of art plenty of exciting sites compete for
visitors attention as they stroll along the city’s cobblestone streets the Jurassic Coast it is a world heritage site on the
English Channel coast of southern England the Jurassic Coast covers 95 miles of
truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset with rocks recording 185
million years of the Earth’s history the Jurassic Coast is a walk through time
with its rocks and fossils we can uncover detailed stories from Earth’s
ancient past the site consists of Triassic Jurassic and Cretaceous cliffs
spanning the Mesozoic documenting 185 million years of geological history Cambridge is a city on the river camp in
eastern England home to the prestigious University of Cambridge
it is an historic city about 80 kilometres north of London
abounding with exquisite architecture exuding history and tradition and
renowned for its quirky rituals Cambridge is a university town
extraordinaire the tightly packed core of ancient colleges the picturesque
Riverside and the leafy green meadows surrounding the city give it a more
tranquil appeal the University of Cambridge found that
in 1209 is one of the top five universities in the world it is a town
set in the rolling countryside of southwest England known for its natural
Hot Springs and eighteenth-century Georgian architecture honey-colored
baths stone has been used extensively in the town’s architecture independent
creative unique and stylish bath is the only place in the UK where you can bathe
in naturally hot spa water and original Roman baths
besides being famous for its waters the city also is an excellent example of
Georgian architecture st. Ives is a seaside town civil parish
and port in Cornwall the town lies north of Penzance and west of Camborne on the
coast of the Celtic Sea in former times it was commercially dependent on fishing
the town is now primarily a popular seaside resort st. Ives
was incorporated by Royal Charter in 1639 today this picturesque town of
almost 12,000 is such a popular holiday resort it was named the best UK seaside
town in 2010 and 2011 the Lake District the Lake District is a region and
National Park in northwest England a popular vacation destination it’s known
for its Glacia ribbon lakes rugged fell mountains and historic literary
associations the Lake District attracting more than
50 million visitors annually the park has the highest mountain in England
England’s largest national park is home to scrub tailpipe adviced Mountain West
water its deepest lake and thriving communities like Kecak and bonus on
Windermere visiting the Lake District is one of the most popular breaks for
people across the UK and from further afield the Lake District National Park
has a wide range of activities and attractions as well as the natural
beauty of the entire area with 12 of the largest lakes in England and 3105
kilometers of rights-of-way this is truly one of Britain’s breathing spaces brighton brighton is an English seaside
resort town about an hour south of London by train
it’s a popular day trip destination it’s broad shingle beach is backed by
amusement arcades and Regency era buildings on the Sussex Coast has been a
popular beach resort since the mid 19th century much of its popularity is due to
the proximity to London making it popular with day trippers
visitors will want to walk out on the famous palace pier or admire the
traditional English gardens the city has a vibrant nightlife and is home to many
entertainers and athletes

100 thoughts on “England Travel Guide | 10 Best Places to Visit | Discover Fantastic Things to Do, Places to Go

  1. Do not go there, ever, please do not go, you are supporting an elitist indeed society, that even the workers have been controlled to have each other, you will never have a place called a home/house,even if the elites tell you to work hard ,and you will get on, yeah only on a toilet,if you can afford to have one…do not go……I escaped to free Europe, well now just it is,Macron is doing a Thatcher on France, at least the society here gets up and does something about it..not like the class system in England, do not support this elitist imperialist island……please give no money to these people,they do not deserve it…..

  2. I am really happy to see this one country. Hopefully I can set foot in an English country. Love???????.by aqila from???

  3. Your video is perfect guide for every traveler who are interested to visit in UK. These are best places to visit in UK.

  4. No mention of the Peak District, Northumberland or the Yorkshire Dales but reference to Brighton? Strange! venture out to these places and find out what "area's of outstanding natural beauty" really mean

  5. England is a shithole if you visit London put a stab proof vest on don't say anything to offend the Muslim community if you have children make sure you don't let out your site every house is built with red brick take a rain coat Enjoy

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    But the temporary increase in British warships in the region, from one to two, underscores just how few ships the Royal Navy can deploy even in an emergency."

    —Yahoo News 15 July 2019

    >Iran Loves This: The Royal Navy Doesn’t Have Enough Ships to Patrol Persian Gulf<

    "The Royal Navy plans briefly to double its number of warships in the Persian Gulf following an attempted attack by Iranian forces on a British oil tanker on July 20, 2019.

    But the temporary increase in British warships in the region, from one to two, underscores just how few ships the Royal Navy can deploy even in an emergency."

    —Yahoo News 15 July 2019

    >Iran Loves This: The Royal Navy Doesn’t Have Enough Ships to Patrol Persian Gulf<

    "The Royal Navy plans briefly to double its number of warships in the Persian Gulf following an attempted attack by Iranian forces on a British oil tanker on July 20, 2019.

    But the temporary increase in British warships in the region, from one to two, underscores just how few ships the Royal Navy can deploy even in an emergency."

    —Yahoo News 15 July 2019

  9. Indeed it's the part of world whare every person has dream to visit.More tradional architetural and gorgeous part of united kingdom.In the end it was the best way to educate the viewers thanks dear for such an ideal video.

  10. 01 London
    02 Stonehenge
    03 Oxford
    04 York
    05 Jurrasic coast
    06 Cambridge
    07 Bath
    08 St Ives
    09 Lake District
    10 Brighton

    Missing out Bradford – home of Europe's best park – Lister Park & World Heritage site Salts' Mill in Saltaire, also Halifax and Huddersfield all in West Yorkshire too.

  11. Sri Lanka accuses UK of hiding human remains in 100 containers of exported recycling 


    One of the containers opened in Sri Lanka which reportedly contains human remains originating from the UK

     James Rothwell 


    Qadijah Irshad 

    Bill Gardner 

    23 JULY 2019 • 8:35 PM

    The British government has launched an investigation after Sri Lankan authorities said they would send back more than hundred shipping containers because they appeared to contain human remains disguised as recyclable metals.

    Officials at the port of Colombo made the grisly discovery while investigating a strong smell emanating from 111 containers which have been arriving at the docks over the past two years. 

    Inside the crates, customs officials found the “extremely hazardous” materials mixed in with mattresses, plastics and clinical waste.

    Defra was on Tuesday night investigating reports that human organs and body parts were inside the container, but said it was yet to be approached by the Sri Lankan authorities.

    "We are committed to tackling illegal waste exports, which is why individuals found to be exporting incorrectly described waste can face a two year jail term or an unlimited fine," a spokeswoman said.

    “We are yet to receive a formal request from the Sri Lankan authorities, but Defra has contacted them directly to find out more information.”

    "This is a well-organised racket that has been going on since 2017," said an official at Sri Lanka’s finance ministry, adding that they would raise the issue with the British authorities. 

    Customs officials inspect one of the abandoned containers, which have been arriving at the port over the past two years  CREDIT: AFP

    Sri Lanka is the latest country to clamp down on criminal groups which export mislabelled waste materials instead of recycling or incinerating them.

    China, Vietnam, Malaysia and Thailand have also announced a crackdown on plastic imports as they attempt to stem the tide of waste from European countries which are unable or unwilling to dispose of it themselves.

    A spokesman for Sri Lanka’s Central Environment Authority said: “The waste material brought to the country under the guise of mattresses from the UK is extremely hazardous.”

    British waste disposal experts said disguising human remains as recyclable metals would be highly lucrative as it is illegal to export anatomical waste, such as human organs or body parts. 

    "Someone is making a killing out of this," warned Dominic Hogg, the chairman of waste and recycling consultancy Eunomia. 

    “There is a major financial incentive to this, with hazardous material, because it was likely taken on the basis of being paid a lot of money to ensure it was disposed of correctly. You would potentially double your money if it were body parts or clinical waste."

    A spokesman for the British Metals Recycling Association said it “absolutely condemns” illegal exports of hazardous waste, which it blamed on a minority of rogue traders and criminals. 

    "Unfortunately, due to a lack of funding, containers are generally only opened by port officials if there is intelligence to suggest an illegal shipment is being attempted; we believe this results in just one in 1,000 containers being searched,” added Howard Bluck, the association’s technical director. 

    Sri Lanka customs on July 23 ordered the return of container loads of hazardous mortuary and clinical waste illegally imported from the UK CREDIT: AFP

    If the presence of British human remains in the containers is confirmed, it is feared they may have originated from NHS hospitals which are struggling to dispose of anatomical waste. 

    Last year, the Health Service Journal revealed that private contractor Healthcare Environment Services Ltd (HES) had stockpiled human waste from 50 NHS trusts, including amputated limbs, human organs and infectious liquid.  HES lost all of its waste contracts and closed down in December last year, following the disclosure. 

    The excess waste levels had exceeded 350 tonnes in September, five times the 70 tonnes limit, with the remains being stored in fridges.

    Garry Pettigrew, the company’s former director, has vehemently denied any involvement with the Sri Lankan exports and claimed in a message on Twitter that NHS contractors were illegally shipping the waste abroad.   

    It would not be the first time British waste has been implicated in a scandal over illegal exports and disposal methods. 

    The Telegraph revealed last year that a trash mafia operating in Poland was paid millions of euros to import plastic waste from the UK and set it alight in a field near the rural town of Zgierz.

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  12. Indeed it is!!! I am just new here in the UK from the Philippines and i am deeply amazed with what i have seen so far.
    London city and other highly urbanised and industrialised cities are very lovely BUT i must say, the countryside where i reside, is just marvellous, peaceful and relaxing.
    There’s more to see here i know and i’m indeed looking forward to seeing more of it soon…
    Thank you for sharing. One day, i’ll be able to explore these places as well myself.

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  14. Oh England. How I yearn to become part of you. I am an anglophile and England is in my opinion the best country in the world. Maybe one day I will visit. But my dream is to become a productive citizen and contribute to the services to the citizens. Please make my dreams come true.. Oh England how I yearn for you!!


  16. I'm mostly of British and Irish ancestry and have wanted to visit England and the UKGBNI. This is quite informative and will hopefully be able to go soon ??❤???????????????????????

  17. Wooow! England looks better than Poland! I love Big Ben, in my extra English lessons we call it Radoslaw (it's Polish name Radosław – Radek) lmao.
    Greeting from Poland??

  18. England looted the country of India so badly that if England is more rich then it is only due to India that the diamond which has been kept the crown of Queen of England is also an Indian diamond, Kohinoor diamond Hindustan was a very rich country, you can not imagine, but if England is what it is today, it is made only with the money of India.

  19. Stonehenge is good but it is probably the single most overrated (or at least overstated) tourist attraction in England. Wells and Salisbury Cathedrals, the cities of Bath and Bristol, Cheddar, or of course all the way down to Cornwall — these are all much better places to visit in the SouthWest.

  20. Hello. I am greeting you from Azerbaijan. I want to visit England this December. who can tell me what will be the weather like in England of this December.

  21. This is just awful.
    A computerized voice that keeps repeating the same points over and over.
    Also an extremely banal and tacky tour guide.

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