If you think this city is grim and industrial, your perceptions are decades out of date.
In what was once a glorified attic is a new Westminster Abbey museum.
Any tour of Churchill's London should start in Parliament Square, where his statue challenges every subsequent parliamentarian to live up to his legacy.
Liverpool's four favourite sons will never be forgotten.
Essex combines the appeal of the old with the allure of the new. And all an easy day-trip from London.
The Channel Tunnel opened to passengers on November 14, 1994, but the idea stretched much further back than that.
Underground museums, pubs with character and Robin Hood tours are just some of this city's best.
A gin-tasting tour near London's Tower Bridge puts a fresh flavour on an old part of town.
For many, this is the base of many adventures, and what a beginning, for England's vast and bloodthirsty history is intertwined in our own. Let imaginations run wild during visits to intact castles, mysterious ancient standing stones and quaint seaside villages. Wonder at the eccentricities and obsessions of its characters, from tea to tennis. And don't forget to sample its more modern day culture such as music and comedy that lie in a class of their own.