United Kingdom Travel Guide

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Things To Do In United Kingdom

U.K is derived from the “land of angles”. The country is likewise divided into nine different regions which has its own unique culture, history, legacy and personality as well. It is indeed a perfect destination to visit as it offers all the comfort and fascination. Explore it with our U.K holiday packages. 
Visiting Sherlock’s home is like visiting a fictional history. And after reading the Sherlock Holmes mysteries, with their vivid attention to detail, it’s hard to believe that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s fictional detective never actually existed. His flat at 221B Bakers Street in London, is a core attraction in London and it surely draws everyone’s attention. The buildings address is the most famous one in fiction, it also consist of the messy room as quirky and complex as its resident, serves as study, drawing room, laboratory, library and office for Holmes and Watson. 
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Harry Potter is a sequence of dream novels written by author J.K Rowling. A story of a boy who lived singled out by Lord Voldemort at the birth to be his greatest rival.  So, what are you waiting for? Discover the secrets of the most bewitching book and film franchise. Immerse yourself in the meticulously designed sets of the movies and also get a chance to fly your own broomstick at Warner Bros Studio. End your tour with a Thames Boat Cruise and cross under the bridge that was destroyed by Death Eaters in “Harry Potter and Half blood Prince”. 
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Are you looking for a real challenge? Then, Kayaking on the Thames is the perfect adventure for you and your group. However, if you are thinking of Kayaking in particular location then it is also a good option to make your visit worthwhile. But please note down that Kayaking differs from that of canoeing due to the shape of the boat. 
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The London underground rail network is a great way to travel to and from central London and will be integral part of the most people’s stay in the U.K capital. Greater London is served by 11 hose lines, along with the Docklands Light Railway. And an interrelated Local train. These trains generally run between 5am midnight i.e. from Monday to Saturday with reduced working hours on Sunday. The tube fare depends on how far you travel, time of the day and how you pay. 
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Mayor of London says- Oxford Street will be pedestrianised by 2020. Because all traffic includes buses and taxis will be banned from the shopping street. As, more than four million people visit Oxford Street each week.  Cars are already banned on the most of Oxford between 7:00 to 19:00 everyday apart from Sunday. But it is the far safer and more pleasant place to visit. 
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Twining Tea Shop is 300 year old tea shop that brought tea to the English people, not to mention the Queen herself. If you love history along with a good cup of tea then this is a place you shouldn’t miss. It is a place squeezed between two ample buildings. But the tale of twining tea goes back even more than 300 years and it actually starts with coffee. As the tea was new exotic, and public had to be educated about the benefits drinking it. So, the coffee houses published pamphlets explaining tea’s many merits. 
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