United Kingdom – Introduction
The United Kingdom is an island nation and spans an archipelago which is comprised of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Aside from that, UK is also surrounded by the Irish Sea, the North Sea, the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean.
Must Visit Attractions in UK
The most famous ancient attraction of Britain, Stonehenge was erected in around 2500 BC. Nobody knows the actual reason behind the construction of these Bronze Age stone circle but many scholars believe that the monument might be used for ceremonies and other religious purposes prevailing during the Roman Era.
Lake District National Park
Lake District National Park is located in the country of Cumbria, England and is the largest National Park in the entire country. The park is renowned for its lake and mountain ranges that together looks marvelous and appears as if the visitors are having a look at a painted picture scenery and not a natural landscape.
Tower Of London
The Tower of London has been a prison, a palace, a treasure, a vault, an observatory as well as a menagerie. It’s a World Heritage Site and is also considered as the most important building in the Entire England. Built by William the Conqueror in 1078, the Tower of London covers a ground area of 18 acres and displays Crown Jewels exhibitions, the Royal Mint, Remarkable Royal Armor of the kings and much more.
The oldest and the largest inhabited castle in the World, Windsor Castle is one of the official residences of Queen Elizabeth II. The state apartment and St Georges Chapel are open to public and can be visited by anyone unless the Queen’s at home. A trip to Windsor Castle is said to be incomplete unless a traveler visits the wonderful Great Park and also witness the “Changing the Guard” in the Castle precincts.