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Britain is a European country located geographically on the northwest coast of the continent of Europe, and its capital is the city of London, with a land area of ​​242.495 km2, and the system of government has a constitutional, democratic, parliamentary monarchy, its official language is the English language, its official currency is the euro, and it is characterized by the tourism sector to provide tourism components as infrastructure Ready to receive tourists from hotels and transportation, stable political security, and the multiplicity of historical, archaeological, and tourist attractions.

Tourist cities in Britain

London city

It is considered the administrative and political capital of the United Kingdom, located geographically in the south of Britain, specifically on the bank of the Thames River. It was founded in the year 1189 AD, and its land area is 1572 km², and it is called several names of Clindra and Lunders, and its most famous tourist attractions are:

  • London Eye Wheel: It is located in the gardens of Jubilee and is known as the Millennium Wheel.
  • British Parliament House: It is located on the west bank of the Thames.
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral: It was built at the end of the seventeenth century AD, and is located on the hill of Budget Hill.
  • Other parameters: Royal Opera House, British Museum, Madame Tussauds (Wax Museum), Katy Sark Sailing Ship, Royal Academy of Arts, Kensington Palace, Harrods Store, Westminster Cathedral, Hornman Museum, Borough Market, and the Street Street Edgour Road.

The city of Carlisle

Geographically located in the county of Cumbria, it is a tourist city with the privilege of multiple attractions, the most famous of which are:

  • Carlisle Cathedral: It is considered the second smallest cathedral in Britain, and it is distinguished for its construction, which is built on Gothic architecture.
  • Solway Aviation Museum: It provides the sequence of aircraft development worldwide in general, and in Britain in particular.
  • Talkin Tarn Park: Founded thousands of years ago, it includes a lake filled with geese and ducks, and is characterized by wonderful views and recreational places.

Other tourist cities

The name of the tourist city
The most prominent tourist attractions in it
The city of Cambridge

  • Cambridge University overlooking the River Cam.
  • Abi Bakr Mosque.
  • Cambridge University Fitzwilliam Museum.


  • Durham University, one of the most prestigious universities in Britain.
  • Ware River.
  • The Norman Church.


  • The banks of the Winsam River.
  • Norman Castle.
  • Big brand stores.
  • The Anglican Cathedral, built in the year 1096 A.D.

The city of Liverpool

  • University of Liverpool and its most popular club in Britain.
  • Liverpool Cathedral.
  • Al-Rahma Mosque, which was built in the year 1889 AD.

The city of Oxford

  • Radcliffe cabin built in the eighteenth century AD.

Chester City

  • Romen walls.
  • Cathedrals dating back to the Middle Ages.
  • Old markets.

Bath City

  • Hot springs discovered by the Romens.
  • Bath Baths and Spa.
  • Royal Crescent.


  • The walls built 2000 years ago.
  • The cathedrals built since the Middle Ages.
  • Ancient Romen roads.

The city of Edinburgh

  • Holyrood House Palace.
  • Edinburgh Castle located in the city center.
  • Scottish Parliament Building.
  • St. Giles Cathedral, built in 1120 AD.
  • Royal Botanical Garden.

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