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A holiday or tailormade tour in England, in the United Kingdom, is always interesting.
From the lively capital city of London, full of museums, historical buildings, shops which are so perfect for the most refined shopping (from Harrods to the little centers for buying sophisticated vintage clothes), clubs and hectic nightlife, to Liverpool, where you can still breathe the life and story of the Beatles, and Manchester, Canterbury, Leeds,and, finally, the enigmatic Stonehenge.
An interesting and intense vacation, between a sip of tea and a pint of beer, museums and shops: let our travel experts guide you, you won't be disappointed.
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Top 10 bars and restaurants in LondonLondon, England, United Kingdom. This hectic city is probably among the most popular destinations in Europe, be it for shopping, nightlife or cultural heritage, Its museum, shopping malls and lively bars and restaurants make visitors forget about its not-so-sunny weather. If you are planning a trip to London, here is a short guide on the unmissable eateries you should pay a visit to. Are you visiting London and want to try something unusual? Stop by at Pharmacy2 (Newport St, London): you'll find an incredible mix of art and food inside Damien Hirst's Newport Street Gallery. Project and furnishing are by Damien Hirst and the menu offers a new interpretation of the British cuisine. Drop by while on tour.Read more
Why visit England
England is part of the United Kingdom, an island country of Western Europe consisting of four countries, England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland and smaller islands and other Overseas Territories, among which are Bermuda, Gibraltar, Pitcairn islands and Falkland islands. England is lapped west by the Irish Sea, south-west by the Celtic Sea and is separated by continental Europe by the English Channel.
The territory of the mainland is mostly characterized by the presence of hills and plains interrupted by some small mountain ranges. Moreover, it boasts several rivers navigable for long routes, such as the Thames. The weather is influenced by the Gulf Stream, therefore the summers are cool and the winters mild, but all seasons are characterized by regular and abundant precipitations.