1. Visit Hadrian’s Wall:
This site was built by the Romans under Emperor Hadrian. The wall, built between 122 and 128 A.D, stretched 73 miles.
Hadrian’s Wall forms part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is the most important Roman ruin in Britain’s.
2. Visit the Isle of Wight:
The Isle of Wight is a coastal area that has amazing beaches and offers interesting outdoor adventures. You may also visit Osborne House for good measure. The Osborne House was built as a home for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert between 1845 and 1851.
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3. Visit the Lake District:
Located in Cumbria County, Northern England, the Lake District offers an endless supply of natural beauty.
Some of Britain’s finest scenery is in this mountainous terrain. The area is great for hiking, biking or swimming.
The Lake District is also a great location for artistic pursuits, the famous Romantic poet, William Wordsworth got inspiration from the amazing scenery.
4. Scottish Highlands:
The Highlands’ astonishing beauty can be beheld by hiking through its mountains. In Fort William, you can climb the highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis,
5. Windsor Castle:
Windsor castle is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. The castle is Queen Elizabeth II’s favorite weekend home.