England – Shakespeare play in which you must participate
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London – Puzzle of eras
London is the heart of England. The city-state brings together all the achievements of philosophy and puritanism, all that have reached the peaks of architecture and cultural development. Prepare to nearly stop breathing and look through the London Eye, hug and chat with the wax masterpieces at the Madame Tussauds museum, or set your watch with that of the Big Ben.
York - Shipwreck on the Paradise Island
York is a provincial town surrounded by paradise greenery, an infectious aristocratic spirit and the medieval shadow of the castle “Howard”. Millions of tourists are attracted by its irresistible aura, because Robinson Crusoe was born here. Wandering like in a maze in the vast, exquisite gardens, you will find yourself in front of the Gothic cathedral "Minster".
Liverpool – Let it be
Liverpool is one of the most preferred urban tourist destinations within the borders of England. Unchanging accents in every traveler's adventure are the music of the Beatles, the rougher notes in the songs of football fans, also the vast park spaces, the attractive museums, the musical scenes and the numerous nooks for delicious food.
Manchester – The home of real football
You must have heard that the people of Manchester know how to have fun. This isn't a myth, it's a reality where you have to dive. The city works with classy football, rebellious street art, small but impressive city galleries and dazzling panoramic views, able to satisfy every tourist's taste.
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England is a country in the United Kingdom, along with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is located in the southern part of the Kingdom, off the northwest coast of mainland Europe. To the north, it borders Scotland and to the west with Wales. It is surrounded by the Celtic Sea, the English Channel, the Irish Sea and the North Sea.
In England it is quite fun to use public transport for sightseeing tours and especially on a Hop-On and Hop-Off bus.
The infamous buses in England have a variety of itineraries with which you can tour the attractions of London. If you have your own itinerary, you can always rent a car, but you should know that it will cost you more.
English is the only official language. The most spoken in the world, it is one of the languages with the greatest dialects. The British English is the most difficult to understand, so even if you speak English you should know that on the island it is quite complex to understand.
The official currency is the English pound. If you are not carrying cash, England is a country where, probably, the most widespread way for payment is with cards.
If you are a citizen of an EU country, USA, Canada or Australia you do not need a tourist visa. Visa regimes apply to other countries.
English contacts are of type G, which do not work with other plugs except G. The voltage is standard for Europe, Australia and a large part of the Asian and African countries. You will need an adapter to operate your charger or electrical appliances.
England has a stable health system. One of the countries in Europe with little risk for communicable diseases. Before travelling to the island or any other country in the world, it is advisable to consult your GP for all vaccines needed for departure abroad.
For all emergency callers there are two numbers - 999 and 112 (police, medical assistance, fire, mountain rescue, coast guard and any other state emergency aid institution)
When to visit
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At the risk of sounding like a cliché, England is welcoming and enchanting throughout the year. But in order to be precise and sincere, we will guide you in the direction of the spring and autumn seasons, and more specifically to the months of the cool March to the gentle warm June, and from the song of the leaves in September, to the raids of the first snowflakes in November.
What to do?
Don’t miss to challenge your world
The second-oldest university in the world is located an hour and a half drive east of London. Visitors to this university town can touch the culture of the past, including architectural monuments, the medieval buildings of the university and the cobbled streets in its old part. Extremely interesting for visits would be "King's College", the "Trinity Hall" or the "Porterhouse", which carry the spirit of English aristocracy.
Madame Tussauds Museum
You want to touch the stars in the first ever wax museum in the world- “Madame Tussauds”. Here you can see unique wax copies of world-famous celebrities such as the Royal Family, Victoria and David Beckham, Marilyn Monroe, Charlie Chaplin. View the wax shapes of the stars and enjoy this amazing art.
"Hop-On Hop-Off" tour
It is suitable for all – both for those who already have points to visit, and for those who like to be placed with the flow and enjoy the unexpected. You can listen to live record with information about any site, as well as explore the city with a cruise on the River Thames. The London Eye, St. Paul's Cathedral, are just a few of the sights that are included in the tours.
Walk through Hyde Park
Located in central London, it is the largest of the four Royal parks that form a chain around Buckingham Palace. It was founded in 1536 by Henry VIII, who used it as a hunting ground. Take a walk at this emblematic place for London, which is close to the Big Ben and the London Eye.
Stonehenge- Stone Art
Leave London behind and view the ancient rock formations of Stonehenge. The stone circle consists of 83 stones and was created 5000 years ago. Why exactly these stones are placed and what their purpose is, is unknown, and this includes the imagination of every visitor. People gather at the place each year and celebrate the summer solstice.
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FAQs about UK
What tips are left in England?
If in America tipping is a matter of solidarity, in England it all depends on the class. If you're not getting a good service, you don't leave a tip. If you are satisfied, you leave a tip of about 10%.
What's the weather in England?
The weather is humid and rainy, but during the most of the year England also enjoys warm and sunny days. There, the weather is variable and you have to be prepared with a top garment even in the summer. A mandatory accessory is an umbrella or raincoat. Be prepared for the whims of time on the island.
Before you go to England, exchange currency in your country. This is the most budget way to have ready money in you. The other way is to shop with a credit cards.
Taxi prices in England?
England is well known with some of the most expensive taxis in the world. Their tariff is about 4 Euros per kilometer. Price per waiting time is about 25 Euros. It is recommended to use local transport, such as metro and the bus. The price of a one-way ticket is approximately 3 Euros.
Smoking in public places?
Smoking has been banned in England since 2007, and the ban includes enclosed public spaces and workplaces. Also in taxis, private cars and bus stops. The ban also applies to rail transport as well as all over the metro territory.