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Ice Skating

Although outdoor ice rinks are fairly new to the city, they are extremely popular with Londoners. This means that visitors can now skate in several magnificent locations such as the Tower of London’s historic grounds and the Natural History Museum.



Not known as a friendly city for cyclists, London’s mayor has started to change things to promote cycling in the city. This led to the launch of an organization renting out public bikes in 2010; now frequently sighted on London’s streets, the “Boris Bikes” can be rented for 30 minutes or more. You’ll find a number of bike paths throughout the city’s numerous parts, but Richmond Park is definitely the best. For a scenic city view, take the path west from Westminster as you cycle beside the Thames. However, be careful on this path as you will have to cross into main roads at a number of points due to the path’s irregularity.


Horse riding

Hyde Park Stables welcomes riders of all levels and ages with semi-private lessons available from £64 per hour and group rides from £59 per hour. The grounds cover 5 miles of bridleways and the Royal Park is an ideal location for horse riding.

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York Minster and Historic Yorkshire

The magnificent York Minster is second in importance in the Church of England only to the cathedral at Canterbury

Lake District National Park

Covering some 900 square miles, Lake District National Park is a must-visit destination for travelers to England.

Chester Zoo

Located in Upton, just over a mile north of Chester city center, Chester Zoo is England's most visited attraction outside of London and is one of the best places to visit in England for families.

Tower of London

Prison, palace, treasure vault, observatory, and menagerie: the Tower of London has done it all and it's one of the top attractions in London.


Stonehenge, 10 miles north of the historic city of Salisbury on Salisbury Plain, is Europe's best-known prehistoric monument.

British Museum

Founded in 1753, the British Museum is London’s largest and most visited museum

Harry Potter Tour of Warner Bros. Studio

Immerse yourself in the spellbinding world of Harry Potter™ on this trip to the Warner Bros