One of the main reasons people travel from afar is to get a glimpse at these phenomenal landmarks. And if you are a local, these should be on the top of your bucket list as well.
Stonehenge is owned by the Crown but managed by English Heritage and became a UNESCO site in 1986.
The tower was completed in 1859. At that time it was the largest and most accurate clock in the world. Big Ben became a UNESCO listed site in 1987.
Known for its spectacular architecture and association with the royal family, you will be left captivated by the beauty of this castle.
Chalky white cliffs hugging the shoreline of Kent have got to be one of the most incredible natural views in England. These days, they’re a symbol of the beauty of England.
Tor means cone-shaped hill in Celtic and that’s exactly what you can expect to see when visiting this English landmark.