TOP 5 SIGHTS IN GREAT BRITAIN
1. Edinburg, Scotland
Rich history and attractive natural beauty; this is Edinburg, the capital of Scotland. This cosmopolitan city offers excitement and relaxation for all holiday makers. Explore the region by bike or try your swing at one of the many golf courses around the area. Edinburg is by far one of the most beautiful places within the UK and definately worth to visit. Magnificent landscapes and sandy beaches combined with impressive architecture provides the frame work for an unforgettable stay. Take your motorhome over one of the Scotland´s iconic landmarks, Forth Bridge and be impressed by this magnificent railwaybridge built between 1883 and 1890.
2. Blackpool Tower
This is a must see tourist attraction and definately worth visit. Located in Lancashire, England and inspired by the Eiffel Tower in Paris Blackpool tower is one of the Britain´s best loved landmarks. Tower area consists of 5 attractions for fun day out filled with excitement; The Blackpool Tower Eye offers uninterrupted view on the glass Skywalk. This is also the home of the UK´s biggest Circus, The Blackpool Tower Circus. Dating back to 1894 Tower Ballroom is world famous for its unique sprung dance floor and spectacular architecture. Tower Dungeon holds history over a 1000 years. Together with tens of actors and special effects guests can feel, hear, touch and even smell the old days of the Dungeon. If the dungeon is not for the youngest family members, children couldn´t be more excited when they get to Jungle Jim´s ultimate indoor playground.
3. The Lake District
People all over the country come to visit this stunning green haven and spend a day or two hiking, cycling or doing water sports. There is a wide range of activities and attractions through our the entire area and its natural beauty makes you hold your breath. Area holds 12 of the largest lakes in England and over 3000km of rights of way. Astonishing natural beauty of this place makes you appreciate this gem of England. Visitors are spoiled with options as each lake and valley of the Lake district offers something different.
4. The Conwy Castle
Conwy castle is considered to be one of the greatest and possibly the most impressive fortresses of medieval Europe. This majestic castle was built by the King Edvard I around 1283 and its eight massive still well preserved towers still communicates the strenght and power. Visitors are given possibility to walk on the curtain wall and feel experience the pure size of this fortress. We are sure that your impressed of the grandeur of this fortres but just wait until you see interior. Great halls, chambers and kitchen as well as a royal chapel makes you easily see how the life was at those times. For the best wiew in Britain, head the battlements which offer undisturbed views accross the mountains and sea.
See the house where John Lennon and Paul McCartney grew up and visit the Beatles museum. Many of Liverpools historic attractions and museums are concentrated around the area of Albert Dock. If you are into sports this is the city to visit. Liverpool is the home of one of the most famous foodball teams: Liverpool FC. Take a guided tour around the Liverpool FC stadium and take a peek inside the famous Anfield dressing rooms.
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