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Chester sparkles with a magical heritage all year round, and is the perfect place for a revitalizing vacation at any time of the year. Within the city center there is a wide array of activities and attractions that will entertain people of all ages. There are hundreds of ways to spend a day in Chester - indulge in guided tours, spa retreats and some good old fashion retail therapy.
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London, the cosmopolitan capital of England, is a city rich with history, ground-breaking architecture and culture. With over 200 museums and galleries, 30,000 shops, 3,800 pubs, 143 parks and gardens, and countless dining and entertainment options throughout the city, there has never been a better time to visit this vibrant metropolis. London is very accessible; it has five international airports and extensive Underground, train, bus and taxi services.
In Liverpool, you can explore the city regions with breathtaking views of both coast and country locations. The architecture is world-class, with more known buildings than any city outside of London. As a World Heritage Site, the heart of Liverpool and its waterfront rank proudly alongside the world's most incredible architectural feats., but the city's areas of interest extend far beyond this area. Attractions that satisfy the mind are always within reach, with magnificent architecture and cultural wonders.
One of the largest cities in England, the hip city of Manchester is famous for leading the music scene in the U.K. But while Manchester continues to have a vibrant musical culture with great live music venues, it also has a strong tradition of football (known as soccer in the U.S.) and is home to the Manchester United, one of the strongest football teams in the United Kingdom.
Home to one of the greatest universities in the world, Oxford is a majestic and romantic city. Harry Potter fans will be delighted to visit Bodleian Library at Oxford University, famous for appearing in the Harry Potter movies as Hogwarts dining room and library, and the Great Hall of Christ Church College which doubles as Hogwarts School. Another literary thrill is that Lewis Carroll was inspired to write Alice's Adventures in Wonderland while looking out these windows. In addition to Carroll, Oxford has been home to many best-loved authors, like C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and Philip Pullman.
Southampton holds a wealth of attractions for visitors to the city. From the Pilgrim Fathers departures to the Americas, Medieval Walls surrounding the city, to its historic wartime importance and the home of the Spitfire and its historic links with the tragic story of RMS Titanic. The historic city of Southampton is a vibrant destination alive with its rich heritage, culture and a lively programme of events. If you're looking to enjoy the finest shopping, history, culture, entertainment and leisure, there's no better place than Southampton. It really is the jewel of the South. Ideally situated for exploring some of the most breathtaking coast and countryside in the south of England.
More than 1,000 years after the Vikings took over the city from the Romans, York still retains the flavor of a medieval city with cobblestone streets, a huge Gothic cathedral and no cars in the city center. It is encircled by 2 miles of fortification walls dating back to the 13th and 14th centuries. The most famous attraction by far is the majestic York Minster, one of the greatest cathedrals in the world, completed in 1472 after more than 250 years in the making.
Exeter is an historic Cathedral and University city. It is also the County town of Devon and is a business, legal, retail, tourist and commercial center for the region. The city has a population of around 111,000 but serves a 45 minute catchment of nearly half a million people. Exeter has a rich and varied heritage of buildings and townscape. It has grown from Roman origins and displays the benefits from long prosperity, particularly during the 16th, 17th and early 18th centuries. Despite the destruction of a quarter of the city center during the Second World War, there remains much which is worthy of preservation and enhancement.