A medieval castle in the county town of Warwickshire, England, located on a bend of the River Avon. A mystical place where you'll find wooed maidens and heroes who were once losers.
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A historical castle in central London which can be found on the north bank of the River Thames
Activities close by are Westminster Abbey, Chinatown, a riverboat cruis along the Thames, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Bridge, ad the Churchill war rooms.
Regarded as one of the finest Norman buildings in all of Europe. Visitors have increased due to it being the site in two Harry Potter films.
Among the activities close by are Crook Hall & Gardens, paalce Green, St. Nicholas Church, and Durham Heritage Centre and Museum.
A medieval period cathedral contains brilliant stained glass work from the 14th and 15th-century, stone artifacts and intricate tombs among the many treasures
Among the activities near are York City Walls, Theatre Royal, Yorkshire Air Museum, Fairfax House, York Maze, Holy Trinity Church
The world famous Great Clock of the Palace of Westminster was an addition to the Palace on April 10, 1858. It is also called the "Clock Tower".
Among the activities near are Horse Guards Parade, Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Westminster Bridge, and the London Eye.
The Tower Bridge is a hydraulic powered suspension system bridge in London that intersects the River Thames.
Take a stroll along the Thames River, visit the Design Museum, Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, The Monument, and the London Bridge
The Windsor castle has been home to royalty more than 900 years. It is designated as the official residence for the queen.
Nearby attractions include The House On The Bridge, the Blarney Stone, St George's Chapel, and the Crooked House.
An ancient woodsy region with spectacular landscapes and honey-colored stone buildings and quaint villages.
See the prominent Broadway Tower (the tallest little castle), the gardens at Sudeley Castle, Bibury, and Burford, Hailes Abbey
In the heart of north Wales is this impressive castle constructed by Edward I and considered among the outstanding medieval fortresses in Europe
See Gypsy wood park, Cae'r Gors, Galeri Caernarfon, Parc Glynllifon,
One of the most famous prehistorc monuments in the world with many mysteries and theories about its origin. Located in Wiltshire, south of Amesbury, it draws in millions each year.
Nearby items that deserve a look are Salisbury Cathedral, Durrington Walls, Old Sarum, and Avebury Stone Circle.
Built in the middle ages, it is the largest castle in England and located in the county of Kent.
Nearby South Foreland Lighthouse, St Margaret's Bay Beach, Roman Painted House, and the Pines Garden.
Built back in 597 AD, the gothic-designed cathedral also served to be an effective monastery of Benedictine monks from the 12th century
St. Augustine's Abbey, St. Lawrence Ground, Greyfriars Chapel and Franciscan Gardens, Gulbenkian Theatre, Westgate Gardens.
Built nearly 1000 years ago, the Leeds castle was used in the Norman conquest and was the home of many historical people such as King Henry VIII.
All Saints The Parish Church of Maidstone, Vinters Valley Nature Reserve, Mote Park, Whatman Park, Hazlitt Theatre, and Madame Mu Mu.
A ruined fortress located on the East coast of Scotland a few miles south of Aberdeen. Rumors have it being voted as the 8th wonder of the world.
RSPB Fowlsheugh Reserve, Stonehaven Beach and the museum.
A city in East Midlands of England which gots it worldwide fame from the legend of Robin Hood. It deservedly gained recognition from the bicycle, lace-making, and tobacco industries.
Robin Hood Trail, Sherwood Forest, City of Caves, Edwinstowe, The Lace Market, Castle Rock, and the museum.
A city located 60 miles south of Yorkshire is England greenest city with a tree to person ratio of 3:1 along with being an industrial, yet modernly urban as well.
Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry Centre, The Botanical Gardens, Penistone Paramount Cinema, Lyceum Theatre, Crucible Theatre, Endcliffe Park.
Established in 912 AD, Oxford is a vibrant and diverse county and could be considered the definition of a college town as it includes 38 colleges.
Creation Theatre Company, University of Oxford, Christ Church Meadow, Bodleian Library, University Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Sheldonian Theatre, 1000-year old Oxford Castle, Trinity and Worcester Colleges.
Cornwall is among the sunniest places in England located on the southwestern peninsula. It has the greatest extension of uninterrupted coastline in the country. Henceforth, their many beautiful beaches. Inland has interesting areas as well with their many legendary haunted buildings.
Pengersick Castle, Penzance, world famous cliff top open air Minack Theatre, The Lizard and Kynance Cove, Lizard Lighthouse Heritage Center, Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps, Screech Owl Sanctuary, Porthmeor Beach, Trebah Gardens, Fistral Beach, St Michael's Mount and much more (http://www.cornwall-online.co.uk/attractions/)
One of Northern Ireland's favorite destination of travelers, the Giant's Causeway is a spectacular, and mysterious geological creation and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Dunluce Castle, Bushmills railway