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Four places worth visit in London

1.London Eye

ocean near park during daytime

The London Eye is a cantilevered observation wheel on the south bank of the Thames in London. It is the tallest cantilevered observation wheel in Europe. It is also the most popular paid tourist attraction in the UK, with more than 3.75 million visitors each year.

Address details: The London Eye
Riverside Building
County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road

Visiting time: Mon-Fri 11 am – 6 pm       Sat-Sun 10 am – 8:30 pm

2. Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge, England

Tower Bridge is a combined suspension bridge and suspension bridge built between 1886 and 1894 in London. The bridge spans the River Thames and is close to the Tower of London, making it an iconic symbol of London. Tower Bridge is one of the five London Bridges owned and maintained by Bridge House Estates.

Address details: Tower Bridge,
Tower Bridge Road,
London, SE1 2UP

Visiting time: Mon-Sun 10 am -5.30pm

3. The British Museum

brown concrete building

white concrete building

The British Museum is located in the Bloomsbury area of London, England. Its permanent collection has approximately 8 million works, and it is one of the largest and most comprehensive works widely purchased during the British Empire and records the story of human culture from the beginning to the present. This is the first national public museum in the world.

Address details: Great Russell St, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3DG

Visiting time: Mon-Sun 10 am-5.30 pm

4. Big BenElizabeth Tower, London

Big Ben is an iconic building in London. Whether it’s a movie or a TV show, this iconic building is bound to happen as far as the relevant content in the UK is concerned.

Address details: Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA






Three places worth visit in York

1. The Shamblespeople walking between buildings under white sky

When you are in York, visiting Shambles is a must. “The Shambles” is sometimes used as a general term for a twisted, narrow alley maze that makes York so charming. At its core is the alley that is actually called Shambles, arguably the best preserved medieval street in the world. It is so famous because it is the prototype of Diagon Alley in Harry Potter.

2. York Minsterchairs between road inside of cathedralcastle

York Minster is the largest medieval church in Europe and is magnificent and solemn. It took more than 200 years to build.

York Minster is located in North York, England and is one of the largest Gothic churches in northern Europe. Church affairs are currently carried out by the York Governor and Pastor. The official name of York Minster is “The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St Peter in York”

Normal visit time: Mon-Sat 9 am – 4.30pm
Sun 12.30pm – 3.00pm

Address details: York Minster, Deangate,
York, YO1 7HH

3. Clifford’s Tower (York Castle)

Yorktown is a castle in York, England, England. York City was first built in 1068, but after the 16th and 16th centuries, York City was in disrepair and gradually lost its military value, but it is still a ruling center of the British royal family in Yorkshire. It is located above the hills and is one of the only remaining precious remains of York Castle. After the tower, you can enjoy the city view.

Address details: Tower Street, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 9SA

Visiting time: Mon-Sun 10 am- 4 pm





Five Great Foods Recommended in Britain

Britain has a great number of tasty, nay scrumptious dishes. There is more traditional British food than just fish&chips and mushy brussels sprout. Introducing five of the most recommended foods in Britain.

1. Scotch eggs

It’s a classic picnic item invented during the 18th century as a portable food for long carriage rides. It’s a hard-boiled egg wrapped in sausage covered in breadcrumbs and then deep fried.

2. Savory Pies (Cornish Pasties)

Delight in sensational savory pies with crispy pastry and all kinds of fillings, including classic chicken and leek, gooey cheese and even a Christmas pie. It’s including Cornish Pasties in this category.white and brown floral textile

3. Bangers and Mash

Succulent tender sausages with mounds of mashed potatoes and boatloads of onion gravy. It’ s one of Britain’s best-known dishes and rightfully so. The reason why they called bangers refers to how sausages will often burst or bang in the pan if they are heated too quickly.

4. Crumpets

They are kind of like a cross between a pancake and an English muffin. The middle is filled with this honeycomb-like lattice so when you toast them and then put butter on top, the butter melts into the holes and fills up the little gaps. It’s so popular.

5. Scones

If you have ever thought that a scone was dry, it’s because you’ve been eating them wrong. People serve them with jam and clotted cream which is a very thick cream.

What are you waiting for? Go and have a try!!