If you, like me, did not grow up in this country, then you know about England what most people around the world share: not much. Everyone knows Queen Elizabeth and her gossipy family, the beetles, Sherlock Holmes and the amazing stories of Charles Dickens.

After many years of studying this country of personal interest, I think I can comfortably come to this conclusion: England today is famous and popular for what it once was. The vast majority of tourists visiting England look for the same attractions and landmarks that evoke a different era. England Travel is quite particular under this view. For many people, it is difficult to accept the fact that this country has changed, evolved and yes, at times it has also degenerated. Dickens is no longer here, and his fantastic novels are a thing of the past ... and if you go to London, the English people are a thing of the past.

Today, there are more cameras in the capital spying on Londoners than there are in the entire United States. 13,000 buses stroll along London's crowded roads, each carrying 12 recording cameras in and out. That amounts to a total of 156,000 recording cameras on the buses alone. There are cameras on trains, in the underground, in museums, offices and every day, and an increasing number of roads are also covered by the so-called CCTV (Closed Circuit Television).

No panic, the English are a very proud and careful people who love to preserve the old and the ancient, so you will find everything to satisfy all your expectations. So big are the differences between London and England that I like to define them as two different countries. If you've visited London - and believe me when I say this - you can not really say that you've visited England. There are stunning national parks (mostly managed by The National Trust) that offer pristine natural beauty, and many of them are free to visit; England travel does not have to be expensive. Not to mention the countless castles scattered around the countryside, many of them fully decorated with antique furniture and the rest you would expect to find in an antique castle.

In England, you can literally go on an excursion every single weekend of the year without visiting the same place twice and without ever getting bored. It is sad to think that 99.9% of the people who visit England are confined to London only and largely ignore an entire country. On the good side, there are almost no tourists (except the British) pretty much anywhere in the country, giving you the very unusual freedom to enjoy perfectly preserved and maintained natural and historical beauties without the inconvenience of being among endless crowds of tourists.

Traveling in England does not have to be expensive. I would advise you to rent a car so you have all the freedom to move anywhere. Trains in the UK are very expensive, so if you travel a lot, it is certainly not the cheapest way to travel. On the other hand, bus travel is very cheap and convenient. National Express buses run almost anywhere and it can be surprisingly cheap to cross the country. https://www.tokyuensen.com/%e0%b8%97%e0%b8%b5%e0%b9%88%e0%b9%80%e0%b8%97...

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Not to mention the countless castles scattered around the countryside, many of them fully decorated with antique furniture and the rest you would expect to find in an antique castle.