Thursday, November 22, 2007

Visit London, Manchester and Birmingham

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United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland...
I wrote about tourist attractions of different countries here, and now I have a pleasure to explore those of London, Manchester and Birmingham.

It's difficult to write about London. I think, every place where you see there is known by everybody. Some examples are Tower of London, Madame Tussauds, Kensington Palace, Tower Bridge, Hampton Court -full of hystory, heritage, culture. But when I read about London to write this post today I was surprized to discover many modern places like London Eye, the world's highest observation, that raises you at 135 meters above the Thames.
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Manchester is named not a city, but Greater Manchester Urban Area and is third largest "conurbation" of the country. It is known as capital of the North. Interesting is that it was the world's first industrialised city. Here I was ready to see photos with modern art in the streets. I knew that there is a great nightlife industry. All this is written in the schoolbooks too. What was completly new for me, that Manchester is a great music centre. Here there are even 2 symphony orchestras. If you want to visit it, book here Hotels in Manchester

Finally Birmingham, the second large city in United Kingdom. It's not too old, was built only in the VI century, has many gardens museums and interesting streets to visit. You can visit the sightseeings even with canal network, becuse region has 200 miles of canal. Hotels in Birmingham


  1. I don't quite like London. I don't know why but it looks so boring when I was there. Maybe, have to get to know it better.

  2. I have to confess: MY London is something made in my head. I was never there and very possibly will be never. But I explore the places all over the world with great pleasure... SO virtually.


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