England is part of the United Kingdom, which also includes Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Most visitors head straight to England’s capital, London, which is home to iconic landmarks such as Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and Westminster Abbey.
But, there are amazing sites all over England, especially for Shakespeare and Harry Potter fans! Head to Stonehenge, Oxford, the University of Cambridge, and the hot springs of Bath.
With urban cities, and towns that look like they’ve been taken out of story books, England has an incredibly interesting history, age-old traditions, and spectacular gardens.
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