HISTORICAL PLACES TO VISIT OUTSIDE LONDON
For an incredibly satisfying holiday trip to the UK, we take a look at some of the country’s finest historical places outside the capital. These include;
With a construction that lasted more than 30 million of hours, Stonehenge is located in Wiltshire, Uk and welcomes visitors all over the world all year round. But only on arranged or special occasions are tourists allowed to walk amongst the stones. Stonehenge is the best-known monument in Europe in pre-historic times and it has a matchless visitor and exhibition centre to welcome guests to over 250 objects on display as well as a 5,500-year-old man from ancient history.
Popularly known to be the place where William Shakespeare was born, Stratford-upon-Avon has a rich history and cultural heritage and is one of the most visited sites by tourists in the UK. If you have a short break to spend anywhere, you will hardly get a more satisfying time out with a visit to Stratford-Upon-Avon where there are many routes to convey you to this perfect vacation place with many other interesting places nearby such as Blenheim Palace to the south and Warwick castle to the North.
3. Cotswolds (Picturesque Villages)
Cotswolds is an area of outstanding natural beauty that was founded in 1966. It has the Cotswold Hills which offers you brilliant views defined by a Jurassic limestone that makes a scenic grassland habitat which is very to come by in the UK. There are also lots of historical gardens and stately homes. This well expanded historic site is a huge tourist attraction centre with many UK visitors having a feel of one of the most scenic historic sites, having numerous picturesque villages.
A visit to the Roman Bath is one satisfying time out for tourist visiting the UK, This historic place now stands as one of the perfectly preserved remains of Roman history in the world. The Roman Baths were constructed in 70AD, thus is one of the oldest historic centres in the world. A visit here will allow you explore the ancient plunge pools, changing rooms and heated rooms in Roman history. Enjoy a brilliant moonlight in the second part of the year with the torch-lit Roman Baths which cast shadows on the pavements for a truly beautiful atmosphere. Other attractions include the Roman temple, Spas, the Georgian Pump room splendour and a lot of other exciting experience at the Roman Baths.