People flock to see the Tower of London, officially the Queens Palace, which can be found in central London.
This magnificent Tower has played a significant role in English history and has become over time one of the most popular tourist attractions in the country.
It has served various roles in its time, including being a treasury, an armoury, a public records office, the home of the Royal Mint, and of course, a prison and the home of the Crown Jewels of England. It was even at one time a menagerie whereby wild animals were kept in captivity for exhibition purposes!
You can visit the Tower of London with ease either by bus or coach.
2. York Minster
York Minster is the Cathedral of York, England, and can boast being one of the largest of its kind in Northern Europe.
As with most cathedrals, this majestic Minster has a varied and complicated history regarding its build. It is safe to say that a wooden church construction was first built in 627, and numerous replacements and additions have been created over time, with the present Minster building having been completed in 1472.
The York famous Mystery Plays were allowed to be performed for the first time inside the Minster in 2000, and plan to return for a second time.
York Minster was also illuminated on 5 November 2005 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the York-born Guy Fawkes' gunpowder plot.
You can visit York various ways, but a guided tour by coach does make it so much easier and value for money.
3. Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle is a world famous icon of Scotland, a majestic fortress situated on the Castle Rock, looking out onto the City of Edinburgh.
This historic fortress can be dated back to the Iron Age with many additions built over the years, as well as being involved in many historical conflicts through the ages.
Go there to see the Edinburgh Military Tattoo in all its glory and pay a visit during the annual Edinburgh International Festival.
4. Roman baths, Bath
The Roman Baths is a world famous historical site in the English city of Bath.
This well-preserved Roman site was created for public bathing and gives a fascinating insight into how the Romans lived.
Join the thousands of tourists that visit each year by coach and experience a guided walking tour of the town, learn about the historical significance of the region and soak up the decadent atmosphere it has to offer.