The naturally heated waters at the Roman Baths are still bubbling today
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This ancient university city is both timeless and modern, its 'dreaming spires' and tranquil college quadrangles coexisting with lively arts venues, bustling shops and fashionable restaurants.
Historic cathedral city of Chaucer’s Tales and a UNESCO world heritage site. ‘Pilgrims’ are still welcomed to this walled city for its shopping, restaurants and attractions.
尽情游览滨海之城朴茨茅斯：数百年的海事传统和数英里的海景。 It's a breath of fresh air.
Visit Cambridge and explore the historic college buildings, plus a wide range of attractions and...
Stratford-upon-Avon is William Shakespeare's home town with glorious river setting, five houses...
Step inside the medieval walls of York and experience one of Britain’s most impressive city. Home...
Five lucky winners will be heading for a night in the Faber Poetry Archive in London's Bloomsbury on May 15 in our exclusive Museums at Night competi
Puppet dragons, circus skills, archery and falcons all feature as take a look at some of the galleries and heritage sites enjoying St George's Day. A
Free entry to over 300 historic properties – a great value way to explore British heritage
Experience over 100 historic sites for free, including Stonehenge and Hadrian's Wall