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Fortnum & Mason

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 3 Reviews

Standing proud on Piccadilly since 1707, Fortnum & Mason, along with the equally famous Harrods, takes the prize for London’s best-known and most iconic ...  Read more

Aintree Racecourse

A Liverpool and sporting institution since the 1830s, Aintree Racecourse is synonymous with Britain’s most famous horserace, the legendary Grand National. The ...  Read more

Apsley House (Wellington Museum)

Few addresses hold the majesty of ‘Number One London’, the official address for the central London abode of Apsley House, located at Hyde Park Corner. Once ...  Read more

Carlisle Castle

The stern, stone walls of Carlisle Castle are of Norman construction and were built on the site of a Roman fort. The site long formed a key defensive ...  Read more

Cutty Sark

Standing proud on Greenwich dock, the Cutty Sark is one of London’s principal maritime attractions, the world’s only surviving tea clipper and an iconic ...  Read more

Fairfax House

Regarded as one of England’s most impressive Georgian town houses, Fairfax House dates back to 1762 and takes its name from Charles Gregory, the 9th Viscount ...  Read more

Furness Abbey

Construction on Furness Abbey began in 1123, with numerous alterations and additions following in the ensuing three centuries. Throughout the Middle Ages it ...  Read more

Hampstead Heath

Often losing out to the grandeur of London’s Royal Parks, Hampstead Heath remains the underdog of the city’s tourist attractions, but Londoners flock to enjoy ...  Read more

HMS Belfast

An impressively preserved World War II warship, the HMS Belfast served as a battleship throughout the war, supporting allied troops on D-Day and escorting ...  Read more

Imperial War Museum North

The Imperial War Museum North isn’t just a museum with relics of wars from the 20th century in Europe on display, it also displays the emotions of war. ...  Read more

John Rylands Library

The John Rylands Library is oft considered one of the most beautiful libraries in the world. Resurrected in the 1890s and taking more than a decade to ...  Read more

Knightsbridge

One of west London’s most affluent districts, just south of Hyde Park, Knightsbridge remains one of the city’s most upmarket shopping areas. While London’s ...  Read more

London Dover Cruise Port

Dover is famous for its white cliffs and when approaching England by ship they are a lovely, iconic greeting to the United Kingdom. While a busy ferry port ...  Read more

London Harwich Cruise Port

Harwich is a small town with a large port. Its positioning where England’s east coast juts out towards Europe makes it an excellent travel and goods hub and it ...  Read more

London Southampton Cruise Port

Not surprisingly, Southampton is on the south coast of England, 75 miles or 120 km south-west of London, close to the Isle of Wight and the New Forest National ...  Read more

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