Start Your Summer Sightseeing In England

Posted by jacob on November 29, 2013 under news | Comments are off for this article

June is one of the best months to go on vacation to England and the weather is pleasant, the days are longer and also held a lot of events do something different! Grab a map of England and begins the tour: First stop: Buckingham Palace, London in June, the English celebrate the birthday of the queen, but really your birthday is in April, but if you research a bit on the find that since the time of Edward VII of the festivities during the days of better weather in June. The celebration is a spectacular parade of troops at Buckingham Palace presided over by the Queen and telecast to the whole country. If you decide to visit London this month to find out if your trip coincides with this birthday so special. For athletes: Wimbledon Tennis Tournament, London If you like sports give you the best excuse to visit England. Six weeks before the first Monday of August is the most famous tennis tournament in the world at Wimbledon, a small suburb south of London. Up is curious that this tournament is that the followers of the English team since 1936 are awaiting the victory of one of their athletes. If you get tickets for the event will be the luckiest person in England! They are famous for the lines of people spending the night to find some of the tickets offered for sale.

To start the music: Glastonbury Festival, Somerset England’s music tagged whole chapters of world history, where better than in the land of the Beatles can enjoy live music? The Glastonbury festival has been held for more than three decades, and its first edition the day after the death of Jimmy Hendrix. If you are spending your advantage to attend any of the numerous music festivals held in the country throughout the year, but especially in summer. Speeding Grand Prix Silverstone, Buckinghamshire in Buckinghamshire, a small town on the map of England, home to one of the most anticipated events for motor enthusiasts, the Grand Prix at Silverstone. Do not miss the opportunity to see Alonso win away from home. This award of Formula 1 is held in an old airfield dormant since World War II, and it can serve as an excuse to visit the cities of England most unknown. These are some of the plans with which you can start your summer. If you want more information about England not forget to visit their tourist offices also can explore the online version.

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