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From Stonehenge and Tower Bridge to Eton and Oxford, England is loaded with cherished icons of a past era. But it also does modernity with a confidence and panache left over from its days in the never-setting sun. Fashion, fine dining, clubbing, shopping - England's rates with the world's best.

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• London

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With the rise of England to first European, then global prominence, the city became a great centre of government, industry and culture. London's long association with the theatre, for example, can be traced back to the English Renaissance - witness the Rose Theatre and Shakespeare's Globe …


• Cambridge

Cambridge, England

Cambridge is the home of the University of Cambridge, founded in 1209 and one of the top five universities in the world. The university includes the Cavendish Laboratory, King's College Chapel, and the Cambridge University Library …


• East of England

East of England

The East of England has the lowest elevation range in the UK. North Cambridgeshire and the Essex Coast have most of the around 5% of the region which is below 10 metres above sea level. The Fens are notable for the lowest point in the country in the land of the village of Holme 2.75 metres (9.0 ft) below mean sea level …


• Lake District

Lake District, England

For sheer scenic splendour, few places in England can measure up to the outlandishly beautiful Lake District, where Wordsworth, Coleridge and their Romantic compatriots famously sought their poetic muse in the 19th century. The landscape of the Lakes is breathtaking …


• Liverpool

Liverpool, England

Liverpool's history means that there are a wide variety of architectural styles. Its role as a major port in the British Empire means that many of finest buildings in the city were built as headquarters for shipping firms and insurance companies, which afforded the city great wealth …


• Manchester

Manchester, England

The recorded history of Manchester began with the civilian settlement associated with the Roman fort of Mamucium, a variant of which name is preserved by the city's demonym: residents are still referred to as Mancunians …


• North of England

North of England, England

Northern England, the North, the North of England, or (less commonly) the North Country refers to the parts of England north of an ill-defined line. The North is considered by many to be a cultural region with an identity separate from that of the rest of England …


• Oxford

Oxford Hotels, Accommodation in England

When they are accessible to the public, the thirty university 'castles' of Oxford are a must-see. Scattered all throughout town and altered with historical buildings showing the impressive architectural character of several periods. Visit also the Bridge of Sighs, based on the Ponte dei Sospori in Venice …


• Southeast England

South East England

Southeast England is one of the nine official regions of England, designated in 1994 and adopted for statistical purposes in 1999. It consists of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, East Sussex, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, Kent, Oxfordshire, Surrey and West Sussex …


• Southwest England

South West England

Traditionally, the South West of England has been well known for producing Cheddar cheese, which originated in the Somerset village of Cheddar, for Devon cream teas, and for cider. It is now probably equally well known as the home of the Eden Project, Aardman Animations, the Glastonbury festival …


• Stratford-upon-Avon

Stratford-upon-Avon, England

Stratford-upon-Avon is a popular tourist destination owing to its status as birthplace of English playwright and poet William Shakespeare, and receives an estimated 4.9 million visitors a year. The Royal Shakespeare Company resides in Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Theatre …


• West Midlands

West Midlands, England

The West Midlands is geographically diverse, from the urban central areas to the rural western counties of Shropshire and Herefordshire which border Wales. The longest river in the UK, the River Severn, traverses the region southeastwards and the Ironbridge Gorge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site …


• York

York, North Yorkshire

Nestling in the embrace of York's miraculously preserved wall is one of the great medieval town centers of Europe. You can walk the wall itself and then descend to the winding streets including the narrow Snickelways and the fascinating Shambles …


• Yorkshire

York, North Yorkshire

Outside of Yorkshire's cities lie towns of genteel tranquility, such as the elegant spa town of Harrogate, plus Ripon and Beverley with their over-sized cathedrals. Pretty villages virtually unchanged over the centuries have madcap names …



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