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Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral At Night

Canterbury Cathedral At Night

The magnificent Canterbury Cathedral is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the United Kingdom. Visitors have been traveling to the Cathedral going back to the Middle Ages. The Cathedral is located in the center of the charming city of Canterbury situated in Kent. You can easily get there by car and when you arrive there is parking available in the center of the city of Canterbury and buses take people from the outer limits of the city to the center of the city every seven to eight minutes.

You and your friends can easily take a train from London to the Canterbury East station as well as to the Canterbury West station. The cathedral is within easy walking distance of both of the train stations. The Stagecoach East Kent provides bus transportation and the Canterbury bus station is a short walk to the Canterbury Cathedral precincts. You can also get to the cathedral from the London Victoria Coach station by taking a National Express coach. The Cathedral is easy to get to by plane including flying to the Kent International Airport.

The Canterbury Cathedral welcomes tourists but it is also utilized for local services as well as regional and national services and events. Read more about Canterbury Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul's Cathedral lit up at night

St Paul's Cathedral lit up at night

St Paul’s Cathedral is located at the heart of the London. No matter what your religious belief is, the convoluted stone carving, impressive mosaics, magnificent vantage points are few reasons that you must consider as important reasons to make a visit to St Paul’s Cathedral. The cathedral dedicated to St Paul symbolizes the importance of spiritual practices in human life.

Existing Cathedral

The present St Paul’s Cathedral was designed by Sir Christopher Wren, a famous court architect. It was constructed between 1675 and 1710. The formation of St Paul’s Cathedral replaced the debris structure of medieval cathedral. Read more about St Paul’s Cathedral

York Minster

York Minster

York Minster

There are a lot of mysteries waiting to be discovered in England. Even if you have lived in England all of your life, you can’t possibly see all there is to see. One of the most impressive buildings in England is York Minster, home to incredible art as well as a breathtaking homage to God. Although England is blessed with many beautiful houses of worship, York Minster stands out from the rest because it is the largest cathedral in Europe, not just England.

You Don’t Have To Be Christian

Although York Minster was built to worship the Christian God, the cathedral gladly welcomes and respects visitors of all faiths and belief systems. Read more about York Minster

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey

Westminster Abbey is a Gothic church that is the traditional place of coronation and burial for English monarchs. The formal name for Westminster Abbey is the Collegiate Church of St Peter, Westminster.

Westminster Abbey is simply a church owned directly by the royal family. It is neither a parish church nor a cathedral. The Archbishop of Canterbury is the traditional cleric in the coronation ceremonies.

The Abbey contains some of the most magnificent medieval architecture in Great Britain. The oldest part of the Abbey dates back to 1050 and because of its royal connections it was spared King Henry VIII’s wrath and general assault on monastic structures during the Reformation. It is located next to the Houses of Parliament in the Westminster neighbourhood of London. Read more about Westminster Abbey

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