Beautifully preserved castles amidst verdant surroundings and the perfect order in everything in the vicinity; that’s the perception of the United Kingdom tour, and its neighbour Ireland in everyone’s mind and their perception seem to be right. A number of castles in both the countries lure you with their majestic power and nature lover in you will also be quenching its thirst while visiting these seats of power. Beautiful lakes and Dales would mesmerize you and their undulating journey would take you to a joyous ride, too.
The Tower of London on the banks of the River Thames is one spot that gives you the joy of visiting a number of places. The royal armours at the White Tower would tell you the tales of bravery and Crown Jewels and Royal Mint are also there to relate to you their regal sagas. The visit to the Tower of London should be integral to your Europe holiday package.
The City of Bath is another essential component of your Europe tour. Its Roman baths are renowned for their hot springs, and almost five hundred of its buildings are considered as historically important and in consequence the whole town is declared a heritage site. It is also the place from where you can start your journey of exploring Europe’s countryside.
Windsor, the largest inhabited castle in the world, has its own stately charm and changing of the guard in the royal palace is an event that augments that charm. There are a number of other places in the UK that your Europe package should comprise in itself including Edinburgh, Stonehenge, Salisbury, Lake District and university towns of Cambridge and Oxford.
Dublin is your first stop in Ireland, but the country is far more picturesque when you include other locations in your Europe tour package. Take the Ring of Kerry route either from Kenmare or Killarney and let the Atlantic Ocean mesmerise you. Though the non-stop journey can take about three hours, the beauty would make you stop at so many places that it’s difficult to predict the duration of your trip.
St Stephen’s Green in Dublin is another sprawl of greenery that you wouldn’t want to miss. The picturesque bridge, the pond for ducks and the trees providing you thick cover are some of the features that would pull you towards the park and once you are there your senses would make you love the place for long. The other important places in Ireland include the Cliffs of Moher and the Trinity College, Dublin.
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