Hotelguru: UK Tourist Guide
Tower of London
The Tower of London was built by William the Conqueror following the Norman invasion of England.
London Eye
A single revolution in the London Eye takes around 30 minutes with spectacular views over the city skyline.
Houses of Parliament
Home of the UK Parliament, the Palace of Westminster is situated on the north bank of the River Thames.
Westminster Abbey
Westminster Abbey is probably the most well known religious site in Britain and many famous figures are laid to rest here.
Scottish Parliament
After an absence of almost 300 years the Scottish Parliament was re-established in Edinburgh in 1999.
Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle, sited on an extinct volcano, is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city.
Edinburgh Festival
The Edinburgh Festival encompasses all aspects of the performing arts. Including opera, jazz and stand up.
York Minster
The magnificent York minster is the largest gothic type cathedral in Europe.
Jorvik Viking Centre
The Jorvik Centre, in York, includes a recreated viking era street complete with sounds and smells.
National Railway Museum
Visitors can view over 40 steam locomotives at the National Railway Museum in York, the largest of its kind in Europe.
Christchurch College
Probably the most famous Oxford college, Christchurch was founded by Cardinal Wolsey in the 16th Century.
Ashmolean Museum
Oxford's Ashmolean Museum houses an extensive collection of archaeology and art covering a 4000 year period.
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