05 top cities to relish in your England car hire!

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We could drone on about the historical, natural and coastal wealth within England and the United Kingdom, but we won’t! Instead, hop into your car hire and let’s get right to it! Go ahead and enjoy each city’s unique personality and ambience as you tour England in search of a holiday plus recollections to last a lifetime!

 

 

 

Bath

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When we say the city of Bath, you say terrific Roman Baths! There’s much more to the city however than well-preserved baths, and the likes of Jane Eyre and Ralph Allen were once entirely enticed by the city of relaxation and pleasure. The municipality comprises of rich history and modern culture to bring you the only town in the UK to gain the title of a UNESCO World Heritage Site! You must get in the waters at Thermae Bath Spa and once you’ve worked up an appetite, sate your taste buds from a choice selection of eateries ranging from Michelin star restaurants to little snug pubs!

Norwich

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Norwich will take firm hold over your heart and appetite! You’ll have plenty of sightseeing to do in and around Norwich Castle and Norwich Cathedral. Take a stroll through the Museum of Norwich which once served as a correctional home and prison for the undesirable beggars, tramps and women of the city. If you are quite infatuated with a good serving of fish and chips, the Grosvenor Fish Bar comes highly recommended and is said to be one of the best fish and chip shops in England. Give it a try and let us know!

Cambridge

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Besides possessing some of the finest universities in the world, Cambridge is a stunning city comprising of vast green spaces (did you say picnic? Yay!), numerous churches and chapels, ‘the ‘Fitz’ Fitzwilliam museum and is home to the traditional Cambridge pastime of punting. Be sure to join the Cambridge food tour and climb all the way up to Great St Mary’s Church Tower for outstanding views of Kings College and the city!

London

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Always buzzing with life, London serves not just as a great location to reside in but a place for exploration and discovery! The more common, yet unmissable attractions include Big Ben, the Queen House, the London Eye and the tower of London. It isn’t the most cost-effective of locations but provides a variety of eateries, shopping experiences and accommodation to make it a trip that everyone can afford. There are many experiences you may relish at no cost! There are many free museums including the Museum of London and the British Museum. View gigs for free at St Martin-in-the-Fields or the Old Blue Last. Take up free acting classes at the Theatre Royal Haymarket and drop in at the Leadenhall Market for free samples! Drop in at Shoreditch to let your hair down or eat at the hippest restaurants in Peckham!

Bristol

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England’s 6th biggest city is easy to access and is in proximity to Bath. Stroll past decorated docks view heritage attractions and swoon over fantastic street art! Bristol maintains firm ties with its past, and you only have to explore the museum ship of the SS Great Britain and the Clifton Suspension Bridge which stand as the testament to the city’s proud history.     The food and drink scene is fiercely competitive in serving up food that is sourced locally, prepared ethically and creatively presented. Bristol is perhaps one of the few places where you can view many works of Banksy! Take on the outdoors with a hike up Avon Gorge and cool off with a dip in Bristol’s many waterways!

 

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