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Five Tourist Attractions to Visit in England Before You Turn 50

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England AttractionsTravelling is one of the most fun things to do. Either on your own, with your family, or with your group of friends, there a lot of places to see, countries to visit, and cultures to learn.

Before you turn 50, or before your age and health will not allow you to travel, it would be an accomplishment if you are able to visit other countries that they have to offer. According to the latest data from the Offices for National Statistics, more than 31 million visits were recorded in 2016 from January to October.

England, known as the birthplace of Shakespeare as well as the home of the ever popular band The Beatles is a country that should be added to your bucket list. Featuring a deep rooted history including castles, churches and beautiful towns, England offers a calming and wonderful experience. 

Warwick Castle

One of the most identifiable structures of the 14th century, the Warwick Castle is one of the top attractions in England. Along with its beautiful scenery, it was also named as one of the top historic houses in Britain and serves as a background for medieval themed events. 

Stonehedge

Located in Wiltshire, England, the Stonehedge is considered as a prehistoric monument. The erected large stones without any known recorded purpose as of this time is believed to be used as a religious or ceremonial centre.

Big Ben

The Big Ben Clock Tower is located in the capital of England, London. It is the 3rd largest free-standing clock in the world. If you are interested in going to London, there are many affordable accommodations available for tourists.

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Durham Cathedral

Go around the cathedral and appreciate its architectural design and location. Located in Durham, England, it is the greatest Norman building in England and is also one of the city’s best-loved buildings.

The City of Bath

You will be both fascinated and captivated once you visit the city of Bath. It is relaxing hot springs are surrounded by 2,000-year-old Roman Baths. This may be a smaller city but makes a perfect location for tourist who would love to go around the countryside.

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