The city of london
Stretching for more than thirty miles at its broadest point,
London is by far the largest city in Europe. The majority of
its sights are situated to the north of the River Thames, which
loops through the city from west to east..
Gloucestershire Autumn is the best time to appreciate the
majestic beauty of this amazing collection of trees and plants
set in peaceful countryside.
Isle of WightThe spirited atmosphere and sense of occasion
at this yachting jamboree every August draw thousands, infecting
even the staunchest landlubbers.
Britain's biggest Gothic church has a thousand-year history
and treasures to match, including the world's largest medieval
St Ives Tate, Cornwall
Southwest England's best arts collection occupies a superb
site overlooking Porthmeor Beach, and has a wonderful rooftop
The famous old university town boasts many beautiful buildings,
including the imposing Italianate rotunda, Radcliffe Camera.
The beaches strung along the north coast of Devon and Cornwall
offers some great breaks, and Newquay is still the top place
to see and be seen.
BathAfter visiting the baths, head to England's most elegant
Georgian terrace, perfectly sited for views across the town.
Celebrations of World Music, Arts and Dance are now held all
over the world, but the first and best is staged at Reading's
Rivermead Leisure Complex each July.