Top 05 places to visit in the United Kingdom

When you get tired of your 9-5 daily work routine, the first thing that comes to your mind is to take few days holiday to get away from the stressful and frustrating environment. Holidays have always been fun, whether it is for children or for adults. It relaxes your mind, free of tension and moreover making memories.
More than 40 million people travel to England every year for heritage-related tourism, grand old cities and sweeping moors and Dales are large enough to soak them all up.
In the UK, emerging hospitality and travel firms employ 4.5 million people and are a lynchpin of the UK economy, creating one in five of all new jobs since 2010. It is the fourth largest industry representing 10% of GDP, equivalent to £143 billion and accounts for more than 12% of British service sector exports.
Here are the best places to visit in the UK:
London – It is one of the most popular and beautiful cities in the world. Well, there is no trip without visiting London makes your vacation a memorable. If you are interested in history, be sure to visit the Tower of London. Besides the spectacular tower bridge on the banks of the river Thames, this former palace and prison include places like the epic 1,000-year-old White Tower, which displays its armour and weaponry, and the Jewel House, home to the crown jewels. Buckingham palace- known as the London’s royal home from the time of Victoria’s reign. The city's Whitehall road and Big Ben is a must visit. London is famous for its museums namely Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural history museum and the most famous wax statue museum- Madame Tussauds where you can find the wax statues of the famous celebrities from all over the world.

Edinburgh – It is one of the UK’s most visited destinations. Popular for its historic buildings and ancient structures. The 13th-century royal fortress- Edinburgh castle includes highlights such as the famous One O'clock Salute held daily from Half Moon Battery. From the castle, it is easy to view the other important historic places most notable Royal mile of the old town with its fine architecture and galleries, as well as the marvellous old palace of Holyroodhouse.

Bath- This city was named after the famous Roman baths. Even though Bath is UK’s small city you have multitudes of things to do and view. This beautiful city has been tempting visitors about its healing waters for more than 2,000 years. Gushing from three hot springs, the water - known to consist of 43 different minerals, hence it has curative properties. Well, it is not actually possible to bathe in the Roman bath but nearby spas offer the chance of enjoying the city’s water.

Ancient Stonehenge and Medieval Salisbury- It is referred as one of the world’s oldest heritage sites. Stonehenge had been a place of pilgrimage for more than 4,500 years. 16 km away from Stonehenge is a place named Medieval Salisbury where the country’s most famous cathedrals reside, and many fine churches and historic medieval architects are found.

The university towns of Cambridge and Oxford- The UK with two of its most famous and the oldest university towns, ranking highly as a tourist destination. Oxford and Cambridge have been rivals for years to establish countries top university title.

Travel and hospitality companies in the UK provide you with the best facilities in guiding you and choosing the historic and famous places to visit. They offer hotels with best services and with quality hospitality.
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