Tourism in England and the top 12 cities you can visit

Tourism in England and the top 12 cities you can visit

Aug 27 2019

       

1-     Meadowhall Shopping Center One of the most important places to visit when traveling to Britain as it is the eighth largest mall and the largest of its kind in the city of Sheffield in terms of area and volume of goods and services, purchasing and entertainment provided by the huge center for visitors.

 

After completing your shopping tour within the mall, you can relax in its park, which is south of the property 1.6 km away.

 

Meadowhall Mall is located south of Yorkshire, 5 km northeast of Sheffield city center, while its own park follows Carbrooke.

 

 

 

*** Tourism in Liverpool :

 

Liverpool has many attractions all over the city, with more museums, galleries, unique historic buildings and arts and sports centers than any other British city outside the capital.

 

The trip to Liverpool is not complete without a trip through the River Mersey, providing some of the best absolute views of the world-famous Liverpool façade.

 

If you are a creature of culture, then you will need to save time to visit seven museums including the International Museum of Merseyside Maritime Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Lady Lever Art Gallery, International Slavery Museum, Sudley House Museum, Liverpool Museum.

 

And while visiting England, do not forget to discover Britain's largest cathedral, the truly magnificent Liverpool Cathedral.

 

Top 3 landmarks in Liverpool:                        

 

 

 

1-     Albert Dock As you travel to Albert Dock you will enjoy pier pirates, legendary pirates and rivals and a mermaid adventure with exciting live gun battles and a full range of free family entertainment.

 

Discover a new taste of art from music and culture to heritage and artefacts, food, drink and dance. You can also watch unique international exhibitions, in the summer of festivals where music and museums, try the fun of dining and shopping, and stroll around the Albert Dock Quay.

 

Albert Dock is a historic heart of Liverpool, rich, colorful and cultured. Experience the Beatles, and watch the spectacular new concert full of over 40 songs from the legacy of the world's largest rock and roll band.

 

 

 

2 - World Museum Discover millions of years of Earth's history by visiting the World Museum through thousands of galleries and practical activities, then discover ancient continents and civilizations in spectacular galleries such as: Ancient Egypt will take you on a journey through time in a 5000-year adventure to the land of the Pharaohs. It reveals one of the most important collections of artifacts in England.

 

Discover the wonders of the natural world at the Natural History Center.There is also the Weston Discovery Center, which offers a range of activities and events to provide a fascinating insight into the history of mankind through the ages.Then take off into space through the Planetarium at the World Museum with some new displays and a wonderful adventure for space lovers. It is one of the best tourist areas in England.

 

 

 

3-Liverpool Cathedral Britain's largest cathedral, admission is free and the tower and sound tour is recommended. The Cathedral is a magnet for world-class visitors and offers a full program of events from classical music groups to gala dinners and large conferences.

 

 

 

In the Tower Experience, enjoy unbeatable panoramic views of Liverpool at 500 feet above sea level, enjoy a movie on how to build the Cathedral (available in 7 languages), and visit the bell room to see the greatest bell of the world.

 

 

 

The cathedral also offers a choice of 2 dining options, Mezzanine Café within the cathedral and Welsford offers a traditional grilled dinner on Sunday.

 

 

  

1-     London Eye One of London's most popular places for tourists to travel to Britain without going through one of its rotating capsules.

 

The London Eye is a huge revolving wheel that was established before 2000 to celebrate the beginning of the third millennium, and is now used as a tourist attraction illuminated at night with spectacular lights grabbing attention and witnessing New Year's Day celebrations with lights and spectacular fireworks.

 

After visiting Al Ain and riding in an exciting and unique experience, you can go through the London Water Park and enjoy the rare and diverse marine organisms attracted from around the world.

 

 

 

2-     The British Museum One of the best places to visit in London for information about the great history of the Kingdom and other civilizations of the world in its various stages.

 

The huge multi-hall museum is one of the oldest and largest museums in the world with a history dating back to the late fifties of the 18th century. B.C.

 

The museum is one of the UK's most popular tourist attractions, with more than 6 million visitors a year exploring a guided shuttle tour every Friday with hand-crafted fun activities for children.

 

***Tourism in Oxford :

 

Oxford is a small town in the Oxfordshire region of the British Thames Valley, and the city succeeded in gaining greater fame than its small size by annexing Oxford University, the oldest and most famous British universities.

 

In terms of tourism, Oxford is famous for its museums, palaces and multiple universities, as well as dense vegetation spread through the city's gardens and parks, making it one of the most important tourist cities of England.

  

Top 3 landmarks in City of London:

 

1-     Big Ben London is famous for popular attractions like tourists from all over the world.

 

The famous clock dating from the 1950s is the main bell of the clock tower of Westminster Palace in London, which still retains its elegance and accuracy.

 

You may now find it difficult to climb the tower and contemplate its grand lavish construction due to its maintenance work.This does not stop you from enjoying its exterior and taking pictures with you.Then visit the Palace and the main Abbey of Westminster and the British Parliament House and take a fun boat tour in the heart of the clear river.

  

 

The most important cities of England

 

***Tourism in London :

 

London is also the most important and largest city of southern England and Britain on the River Thames as the capital and the political, financial and cultural center of the country. London is ranked as one of the best and most attractive tourist cities in the world.

 

Tourism in England provides a great opportunity to see places of interest in London like no other, especially the Clock Tower and the famous Big Ben. Royal and Parliament House, Kingston and Buckingham Gardens and Gardens, St James's Royal, Piccadilly Square, London Eye.

 

In addition to a wonderful shopping tour through the streets of London tourist markets such as Middlesex Street and Brick Street and Portobello.

 

Top 3 landmarks in Oxford:

 

1-     Oxford Castle One of the oldest and most popular tourist attractions in the UK is the heart of Oxford, where the castle continued to function as a prison from its construction in 1071 until its conversion to a tourist attraction in 1996. Now, through Oxford Castle, you can follow the city's history and the ancient and turbulent castle with its heroes and people as if you are living in its time on the ground through a representative show, as well as visit a group of the oldest buildings of the city adjacent to the castle, such as the Saxon George Tower, which provides a full view of Oxford and deep crypt It extends to 900 years and other towers and castles between the 11th and 18th centuries.

 

 

 

2-     Blenheim Palace One of the oldest and most beautiful architectural pieces that attracts the attention of visitors to the city of Oxford during tourism in Britain, where the palace dates back to 1701, taking 24 years of construction in honor of the Duke John Churchill thanks to his victory over the French in 1704.

The palace is 8 miles northwest of Oxford in the Woodstock area. His fame goes back to being the birthplace of former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, his stunning 

 

exterior and huge 200-room interior with its spacious Italian and French courtyards and gardens.

 

 

 

In addition, you can also visit the palace's exterior towers, ornate columns, luxury suites and the neo-classical main building hall.

 

 

 

1-     Ashmolean Museum One of the most important tourist attractions in England that you should not miss while visiting the city of Oxford, the museum is the oldest tourist attractions in Britain with its history back to the end of the 17th century, and is also one of the four most important museums in the city along with the Oxford Museum, the Museum of Local History and the Museum of the Rivers Anthropology and Story Museum of Literature.

 

The Ashmolean Museum exhibits a collection of artifacts, pottery and precious and rare jewelry belonging to different civilizations and cultures such as the Far East, the Romans, and Greece.

 

 

 

*** Cambridge Tourism :

 

 

 

Cambridge is a city in the east of England and is characterized by its world-renowned prestigious universities, led by the University of Cambridge, which is not only distinguished by its academic and research internationally accredited but reflected by its thirty-one buildings of ancient architectural treasures.

 

This is in addition to the distinctive castles and fortresses of the city and traditional markets with historical origins and festivals and cultural events dating back centuries.

 

Finally, parks, gardens, landscapes and colorful flowers occupy vast areas of the debtor's territory

 

 

 

Top 3 Landmarks in Cambridge City:

 

 

 

1-     Fitzwilliam Museum One of the most important tourist attractions in England, which is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists annually when traveling to Britain, where the museum includes a collection of pieces, artifacts and art treasures such as elegant pottery of the Chinese and English civilizations, and artifacts belonging to the Egyptian, Roman and Greek civilizations, and a collection of manuscripts and paintings In the hands of the world's oldest artists.

 

 

 

2-     Imperial War Museum One of the best tourist attractions in Britain that gives you the most accurate and most informative information about the military history of the UK as the largest aviation museum in England.

 

The Duxford Museum, Cambridge, has seven main buildings displaying 200 pieces of aircraft, ground war vehicles and small military vessels, as well as a series of books, photos, documents, video documentaries and other valuables.

 

1-     King's College Church It is one of the best tourist attractions in Britain to visit during your trip as the largest and oldest royal university institution in England.

 

 

 

Dating back to the 1940s during the reign of King Henry VI, the church and faculty are characterized by their colorful medallions, medieval walls, ceilings and windows, a giant cellar, choir booths and religious hymns, extensive gardens stretching down to the river and a bridge that offer great views of the ancient city. It is an experience that should not be missed during England's tourist trips.

 

 

 

***Tourism in Sheffield :

 

 

 

Sheffield is the fourth largest city in Britain and the largest industrial cities, characterized by the nature of nature imposed by the vital geographic location between the rivers and Don Rivers and Derbyshire hills and near the rural Beck and mineral springs.

 

The city's green gardens and botanical gardens, along with technical parks such as the Technological Park and bastions of cottage industries, can be acquired as souvenirs such as white and firearms and luxury tableware.

 

 

 

Top 3 landmarks in Sheffield:

 

 

 

1-     Sheffield Botanic Gardens One of the most beautiful attractions in England that you should plan your tours and picnics when traveling to Britain, especially if you are accompanied by family and children, it is a very ideal outing for them.

 

The 19-acre gardens, home to some 5,000 species of polarized plants from around the world, are among the oldest botanical gardens in the country in its 1930s history.

 

Visiting the Sheffield Botanical Gardens you can enjoy glass greenhouses, Asian, African and Australian tropical plants, Victorian Garden, Four Seasons Garden, Winter Garden, Peace Water Park.

 

In addition to attending the musical and theatrical performances organized by the Department of Parks and enjoying delicious cafe drinks.

 

 

 

2-     Tropical Butterfly House It is the second most beautiful tourist attraction in England in the heart of the charming city of Sheffield.

 

The park is not only home to the most beautiful colored butterflies, but is also home to a group of birds such as colored parrots and birds of prey, as well as wild animals, amphibians and reptiles that are famous for the country such as meerkat, lemurs, otters and others.

 

The garden also has a café serving homemade snacks, drinks and hearty lunches.

 

1-     Meadowhall Shopping Center One of the most important places to visit when traveling to Britain as it is the eighth largest mall and the largest of its kind in the city of Sheffield in terms of area and volume of goods and services, purchasing and entertainment provided by the huge center for visitors.

 

After completing your shopping tour within the mall, you can relax in its park, which is south of the property 1.6 km away.

 

Meadowhall Mall is located south of Yorkshire, 5 km northeast of Sheffield city center, while its own park follows Carbrooke.

 

 

 

*** Tourism in Liverpool :

 

Liverpool has many attractions all over the city, with more museums, galleries, unique historic buildings and arts and sports centers than any other British city outside the capital.

 

The trip to Liverpool is not complete without a trip through the River Mersey, providing some of the best absolute views of the world-famous Liverpool façade.

 

If you are a creature of culture, then you will need to save time to visit seven museums including the International Museum of Merseyside Maritime Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Lady Lever Art Gallery, International Slavery Museum, Sudley House Museum, Liverpool Museum.

 

And while visiting England, do not forget to discover Britain's largest cathedral, the truly magnificent Liverpool Cathedral.

Top 3 landmarks in Liverpool:

 

1-     Albert Dock As you travel to Albert Dock you will enjoy pier pirates, legendary pirates and rivals and a mermaid adventure with exciting live gun battles and a full range of free family entertainment.

 

Discover a new taste of art from music and culture to heritage and artefacts, food, drink and dance. You can also watch unique international exhibitions, in the summer of festivals where music and museums, try the fun of dining and shopping, and stroll around the Albert Dock Quay.

 

Albert Dock is a historic heart of Liverpool, rich, colorful and cultured. Experience the Beatles, and watch the spectacular new concert full of over 40 songs from the legacy of the world's largest rock and roll band.

 

 

 

2 - World Museum Discover millions of years of Earth's history by visiting the World Museum through thousands of galleries and practical activities, then discover ancient continents and civilizations in spectacular galleries such as: Ancient Egypt will take you on a journey through time in a 5000-year adventure to the land of the Pharaohs. It reveals one of the most important collections of artifacts in England.

Discover the wonders of the natural world at the Natural History Center.There is also the Weston Discovery Center, which offers a range of activities and events to provide a 

 

fascinating insight into the history of mankind through the ages.Then take off into space through the Planetarium at the World Museum with some new displays and a wonderful adventure for space lovers. It is one of the best tourist areas in England.

 

 

 

3-Liverpool Cathedral Britain's largest cathedral, admission is free and the tower and sound tour is recommended. The Cathedral is a magnet for world-class visitors and offers a full program of events from classical music groups to gala dinners and large conferences.

 

 

 

In the Tower Experience, enjoy unbeatable panoramic views of Liverpool at 500 feet above sea level, enjoy a movie on how to build the Cathedral (available in 7 languages), and visit the bell room to see the greatest bell of the world.

 

 

 

The cathedral also offers a choice of 2 dining options, Mezzanine Café within the cathedral and Welsford offers a traditional grilled dinner on Sunday.

  

 

  

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