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Days Out Guide

Discover incredible places in England. Choose from exciting cities, historic towns and stunning countryside. “Days Out Guide” is a set of ideas for your trips in England.

Tate Modern Museum is Britain’s national gallery of international modern art. It is part of the Tate group together with Tate Britain, Tate Liverpool and Tate St Ives . There is no admission charge for access to the collection displays, which take up the majority of the gallery space, while tickets must be purchased for 
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Home to the royals at Windsor Castle Windsor is situated on the south bank of the River Thames opposite Eton and lies to the west of London. The modern town is dominated by Windsor Castle, standing on the outcrop of chalk on which William I the Conqueror (reigned 1066–87) built the original fortress. Home to 
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The University of Oxford Home to one of the world’s most elite academic institutions. The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world. It is thought that it began in the 12th century and by the middle of the 13th century, there was an established University in Oxford. At this time, most 
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Welcome to Bristol Bristol is rich in history, but is also a modern and vibrant city, and the biggest in South-West England. The city centre combines the historic charm of the old city with its medieval churches, castle ruins and bustling farmers markets with Bristol’s main retail area. It has been a port for a 
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Winchester is a stunning medieval city Winchester is a small, beautiful, historic city that was the capital of England during the 10th and early 11th centuries. From world class attractions and architecture, unrivaled shopping and delicious dining, to countryside trails for walking and cycling – there’s plenty to do in and around Winchester. Art and 
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Explore Bournemouth’s coastline Bournemouth is one of the best seaside resorts in the south of England, with seven miles of golden, sandy beaches. It’s very popular and very busy on hot, sunny days! As well as swimming and sunbathing, visitors enjoy water sports such as speed boating. The sea front also has an excellent aquarium 
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London is one of the world’s great cities – some say the greatest! It was the Romans who first built the square mile now known as the City of London, which is the financial centre. Now 2,000 years later, it is the biggest city in Western Europe and has an economy that is larger than 
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Portsmouth is a unique island city Portsmouth (population 196,000) is a unique island city and one of only two in Europe and, like Venice, has had a pivotal role in imperial maritime history. It used to be the largest naval base in the world in the heyday of the British Empire. Nowadays, it is still 
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Visit the New Forest Visit the New Forest to amble through woodland and cosy up in village pubs. Located in an area of Southern England, the New Forest is a National Park with approximately 150 square miles of unspoilt, natural beauty. As well as forest, it is also made up of heathland, and is notable 
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Brighton is a vibrant seaside town with a unique atmosphere Brighton, situated on the England’s south coast, is nowadays one of the most exciting seaside resorts, full of energy and life, as well as being historically important and fascinating! Stylish, flamboyant and fun, Brighton has evolved over hundreds of years from a tiny fishing community 
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