The southernmost country of the United Kingdom, set in the Atlantic Sea just off the coast of western Europe, England typically conjures up images of quaint village pubs, red double-decker buses, and of course, copious amounts of tea. While England offers all of these, the country's real attraction is in its diverse variety of cultural and historical attractions. Marvel at the mystery of Stonehenge, walk the battlements of a medieval fortress, explore grand manors and royal castles, or visit London’s magnificent reconstruction of Shakespeare’s historical Globe Theatre. While preserving this rich heritage, modern English cities bustle with some of the finest shops, galleries, and museums in the world. Lively nightclubs, theatres, and world-famous music venues provide an endless array of captivating diversions.


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Situated in South West England, the scenic county of Wiltshire boasts a rich cultural heritage and English charms with incredibly beautiful landscapes which are scattered with numerous mysterious stone circles and ancient barrows. It is home to the legendary Stonehenge - the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe and one of the wonders of the world. Visitors can look forward to a variety of other attractions such as Avebury, the largest and one of the oldest stone circles in the world- dating back to 2500 to 2200 BC, the impressive stately homes of Stourhead, the 800-year-old Salisbury Cathedral, and the incredibly picturesque village of Lacock. Other highlights include: Lydiard House and Park, the unusual hexagonal ruins of Old Wardour Castle and Westonbirt, The National Arboretum.

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