ISCA Top Ten Places to Visit

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 The London Eye

The London Eye is the world's tallest observation wheel at 135m high. Located on the banks of the River Thames it offers unrivalled views over London.



Probably the most important prehistoric monument in the whole of Britain. It stands as a timeless monument to the people who built it.


 The Roman Baths

The best preserved Roman religious spa from the ancient world.


 Windsor Castle

An official residence of The Queen and the largest occupied castle in the world. A Royal home and fortress for over 900 years, the Castle remains a working palace today.


 The Tower of London

Only at the Tower can you marvel at the breathtaking Crown Jewels, stand on the execution site of three English queens, and hear the myths and legends that make a visit to the Tower 'a day out to die for'.


 Harry Potter Studios

You'll have the chance to go behind-the-scenes and see many things the camera never showed. From breathtakingly detailed sets to stunning costumes, props and animatronics, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London provides a unique showcase of the extraordinary British artistry, technology and talent that went into making the most successful film series of all time.


 River Thames Boat Trip

The navigable non-tidal Thames is 135 miles long passing through 44 picturesque locks. The worlds most famous river is home to an important wildlife habitat.


 HMS Victory

The world's oldest commissioned warship. Still manned by Officers and Ratings of the Royal Navy, the Victory has seen over 220 years of almost continuous naval service.


 Blenheim Palace

Within the Palace you can see the State Rooms filled with examples of superb craftsmanship and treasures collected over the last 300 years. The beauty and tranquility of `Capability' Brown's landscaped parkland, designed in the 1760's and the Formal Gardens, created more recently, are unrivalled anywhere in Britain.


Stratford on Avon

Stratford-upon-avon is situated in the heart of the English midlands. A market town dating back to medieval times, Stratford is today most famous as the birthplace of the Elizabethan playwright William Shakespeare.

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