By David Else
Enjoy the heavenly view of London from the Golden Gallery of St. Paul's Cathedral.
Find a snug corner for a well-earned drink in Ye outdated journey to Jersalem, one of many oldest pubs within the country.
Join the locals queuing outdoors the Magpie Cafe in Whitby for more suitable fish and chips.
Tube trip a Cornish wave in Newquay, the capital of English surfing.
Learn shin-kicking options on the Cotswolds Olimpicks.
In This Guide
Seven authors, 2500 hours of study, 156 maps.
Dozens of inspiring images of England's historical past, humans, tradition and more.
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