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It hardly matters wherever you go; every nook and corner of UK reflects the best of historical architecture, war relics and timeless art and galleries. There’s so much to visit in this country that it might leave you confused that what you should visit and what not, in your limited holiday plan. Here are a few places that you should visit when you go to UK.
Stonehenge – A pilgrimage place and also listed as one of the oldest World Heritage Sites, Stonehenge is believed as the place of worship and nowadays it is a great attraction for tourists. The magnificent monument is always under the perplexed debate and it is must to visit this place at least once in your lifetime. Since it is one of the most popular world heritage sites, thus there is always a lot of crowd and you have to book your tickets in advance. You can get accommodation in Salisbury which is 16 kilometers from Stonehenge.
Edinburgh Castle – The Edinburgh castle is situated right above the Castle Rock which is plug for a volcano in the middle of the Edinburgh. Over a million of people visit this place every year because of its beauty and also its base is a proof of a rock from Bronze Age. However, the whole castle is very big and will take your whole day to discover it. You cannot miss the important places like Crown Jewels, Scottish National War Memorial and Great Hall.
York Minster Cathedral – It is recognized as the world’s second largest Cathedral but a lot people recognize it as a Minster. Whenever you visit UK, bookmark this place because you will get to see the roots and reflections of medieval New York, its gothic culture, stained windows and decorated rich interiors. Don’t forget to visit the crypt as it worth the view of remains of medieval age. You can also visit places like Shamble, City Walls and National Railway Museum.
Bath – The city with archeological wonders, Bath is one the smallest city in UK and it has various attractive places to visit. You can get to see a lot of hills that have covered this city like Cotswolds, Avon valley, etc. The city is famous for its architectural styles and historical importance thus you should visit places like Bath Skyline Walk, Pulteney Bridge, Holburne Museum, Royal Crescent, Bath Abbey, Therme Bath Spa, etc. You can also visit some more entertainment places like Theatre Royal, Jane Austen Centre, etc.