Experience Canterbury’s history and heritage, see our stunning architecture and world famous buildings. Enjoy a day out in Canterbury UK and visit the magnificent Canterbury Cathedral, have a relaxing short break or longer fun-filled family holiday at the seaside in Herne Bay or Whitstable.
Come and enjoy our beautiful coastline and countryside and our breathtaking heritage and culture.
Another of England’s popular seaside resorts, Brighton has a thriving student population as well as a large gay community, lending the town a relaxed, bohemian atmosphere. All the usual seaside attractions are here including a golden sandy beach, promenade and pier bursting with amusements and shops, and the interesting architecture of the Royal Pavilion. The town has a real buzz in May during the Brighton festival, England’s answer and close rival to the Edinburgh Fringe.
The perfect spot to escape the madness of London whilst still staying within easy reach of England’s capital, Winchester is a relaxing retreat in the heart of the English countryside. This cathedral city dates back to Roman times and oozes history and grandeur. In Winchester Castle you can even sit at King Arthur’s Round Table, around which Arthur and his best knights planned their victories as equals.
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Often voted as one of the top cities for quality of life in England, Exeter also has plenty to offer the overseas visitor. Another city with Roman origins, Exeter is surrounded by city walls – although sadly now incomplete, they can still be viewed at various points. There is also an impressive cathedral with the longest unbroken stone roof beam in the world, and plenty of medieval churches, underground passages, and squares to explore.
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The historical city of Bath dates from Roman times and is world famous for its hot springs; the only place in Britain where you can indulge in natural hot springs. As well as the many public baths and the original, 2,000 year old Roman Baths, there are also many exquisite examples of Georgian architecture – the sweeping Royal Crescent is unmissable. There are many leafy parks to lounge in once you’ve finished with the baths too.
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The pristine town of Windsor with its stunning medieval castle is still regularly visited by the Queen and the royal family, who use the castle as their private residence away from London. The nearby Eton College is where many of the family members (as well as the best of the best of British society) are educated, and both are simply stunning complexes to wander around. Windsor is surrounded by typically English rolling countryside, just begging to be explored.
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