Stonehenge, 10 miles to the north of the ancient town of Salisbury on Shore, is Europe’s greatest historic site. It’s so famous that tourists need to buy a scheduled ticket online to ensure entrance. Workshops at the outstanding Stonehenge visitor centre set the scene for a tour, demonstrating how the ancient buildings were constructed between 3000 and 1500 BC through playback encounters and more than 250 historical sites, and sharing knowledge about life throughout that period.
Tower of London
The stone tower is the centrepiece of this Thames-side castle. Designed by William the Nobleman in 1078, it is habitat to impressive attractions, such as Line of Kings, the earliest visitor attraction in the world established in 1652 with a spectacular imperial armour display.The spectacular Crown Jewels museum, classic Yeoman Warder Tours, the Royal Mint, and exhibitions and exhibits on criminals and executions are other attractions.
The Roman Baths and Georgian City of Bath
You couldn’t do anything more than Bath if you only have chance to explore one smaller town in England. In Somerset, this amazingly great place offers more incredible famous landmarks than you would expect to visit per day.
Although most popular for the majestic 2,000-year-old Roman Baths constructed around the revitalising hot springs of the region, it is famous worldwide for its honey-colored Georgian apartment buildings, such as those on the Imperial Crescent.