When people visit England, the first question that comes to mind is: where should I start? Each city is filled with history, architecture and incredible nightlife. Each city is unique in its own way and there are plenty of things to do. Don’t miss the changing of the guards at Buckingham Palace (London) and a visit to the Beatles Story (Liverpool).
Here are a few of the cities and regions most people visit in England, and why they are so popular.
The birthplace of the Beatles, Liverpool has been designated European Capital of Culture 2008. Liverpool is famous not only for music, but also for its architecture, history and nightlife. Landmarks include Albert Dock with its important buildings, a lot of museums, cathedrals and trendy clubs and pubs.
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London is one of the greatest cities in the world and the capital of the UK. Home to landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the Tower Bridge, London Eye, Madam Taussaud’s, Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square and the British Museum, London welcomes visitors from all over the world. Its nightlife is vibrant and can rival even Ibiza.
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The most gay-friendly city in Europe and England’s most cosmopolite city, Manchester is home to excellent architecture, incredible sites to visit and a vibrant nightlife. Don’t miss visiting Chinatown, the Village and Castlefield.
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