30 Places to Visit in the UK

Stardford is the city where Shakespeare was born, is a must-see in England.

Oxford is a university city, England’s most intelligent city, with its bookstores and old cafes. 

Edinburgh, the pearl of Scotland, will make you feel in a fairy-tale world.

Warwick Castle
Warwick Castle, which takes you to medieval England, is one of the places where you can breathe the air of England.

Bath is one of the places that deserve a visit to England.

Cambridge, another university city, has a canal that adds beauty to the city.

Shakespeare Globe Theater
Be sure to check out the Shakespeare Globe Theater. Sometimes you can even play for 5 pounds.

Manchester is the place where the industrial revolution took place.

Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster
Big Ben, named after the 14-ton bell, was designed by August Pugin. 

The London Eye
The drive to the entertainment car takes 20 minutes with 32 capsules representing every area of ​​London.

British Museum
The British Museum, the oldest in the world in its field, was founded in 1753 after the British government acquired a collection owned by Dr. and Naturalist Sir Hans Sloan.

Buckingham Palace
In the area of ​​Buckingham Palace with 775 rooms, the Duke of Westminster built a mansion in the early 18th century.

Tower of London
The White Tower, the oldest and most important part of the building, was built in 1078 by order of William I. Conceived as a royal palace and a prison where royal criminals are held.

Hyde Park
Hyde Park, one of the most popular escape areas in central London, is within walking distance of Buckingham Palace. 

Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar Square, named after the war, in which the British fleet under the command of Admiral Horatio Nelson defeated the French and Spaniards.

Tower Bridge
The Tower Bridge, built in 1886-1894, is known as the world’s most famous large-scale type bridge. 

Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey, the ceremony of coronation and marriage of many rulers since the reign of Elizabeth I, was founded in 960 by 12 Benedict monks.

Circus Piccadilly
If you want to know how busy city life is, you can add Piccadilly Circus, which resembles Times Square in New York, to your list of places to visit in London.

Covent Garden Market
Covent Garden Market is located in the center of the area, designed by architect Inigo Jones in the 17th century.

St Paul’s Cathedral
Located in the center of the Archbishop of London, St. Paul’s Cathedral is striking in its history and grandeur. 

Oxford Street
Oxford Street is 1.9 kilometers long and stretches from Tottenham Court to the Marble Arch, covering an area of ​​the same name.

Camden Town
Located north of the city center, Camden Town is another popular residential area.

Tate Modern
Tate Modern, which can easily find its place thanks to the rich content on the list of places to visit in London.

National Gallery
The National Gallery, located on Trafalgar Square, was founded in 1824 under the influence of the public.

Victoria and Albert Museum
The Victoria and Albert Museum in South Kensington was founded in 1852. 

Madame Tussauds
Opened in 1835 by Maria Groshholz, Madame Tussauds gives guests the opportunity to be close to the perfect wax statues of historical figures, politicians, movie stars, successful athletes and even famous killers.

Museum of Natural History
The Natural History Museum, one of the three main cultural sites on the South Kensington Exhibition Road, was founded in 1884.

Sea Life London Aquarium
World famous aquarium, next to the London Eye and home to many sea creatures.

National Portrait Gallery
This is an important gallery where portraits of many important figures have been exhibited since the Tudor era.

Notting Hill
The famous area with cobbled streets, narrow streets, colorful houses and Portabello Road Market.

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