Once ruler of a great empire stretching from India to America, the United Kingdom has a dominant and decisive history as well as an important role in spreading the English language all around the world. Go and see its lovely cities, small towns, and charming countryside and search for the spirit of Newton and Shakespeare in its oldest world-class universities.
An illustrated Travel Guide to the United Kingdom has been compiled to provide vacation ideas and information on British people, climate, culture, cities, regions, geography, accommodation, foods, drinks, etc. It is essential to be aware of the potentials and dangers you may encounter on your holiday and useful to acquire more knowledge with this 191-page eBook for $5.00 USD.
London is a fantastic city full of history, art galleries, museums, shopping facilities as well as beautiful green parks. Watch the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace, go and see museums and historic attractions, such as the British Museum and Tate Gallery, the Tower Bridge over the Thames River, the Palace of Westminster, the Big Ben, the most famous clock in the world and take your leisure at Trafalgar Square or in the Hyde or Regent’s Park.
Cambridge, a lovely city, located on the River Cam north of London, is along with Oxford home to the world’s best universities. Pay a visit to The King’s College Chapel regarded as an exceptional example of the perpendicular Gothic architecture.
Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh is the center of education, especially in the fields of law, medicine, engineering, and sciences. Its rich history is reflected