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Ten interesting facts about England

1. England has a large population for its size. It has almost three times the population of Australia and California, but is actually fifty-nine times smaller than Australia and seventy-four times smaller than the United States of America. 2. The English consume the most tea compared to any other people in the world. It’s estimated that their tea consumption is...

Full English breakfast

English Cuisine

Steak and kidney pie Steak and kidney pie is among the representative delicacies of British cuisine. This mouthwatering pie is filled with a mixture of diced kidney – from lamb, ox or swine – diced beef, onions, and gravy. The English tradition of using meat fillings in pies started during the Middle Ages. Back then, meat was served in an open-top piecrust container...

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What to do in England

Watch a Play When you’re in Shakespeare’s native land, you shouldn’t miss the chance to watch some of his world-famous plays – such as Romeo and Juliet, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet, and The Merchant of Venice – at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, which is located in Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon. There are, of course, a myriad of other classical...


Where to go in England

Natural History Museum The Natural History Museum is situated on Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London. Its main frontage can be found at Cromwell Road. This museum was established in the year 1881 and is home to a plethora of life and earth sciences specimens – totaling up to 70 million items – which are divided into the following collections: mineralogy...


When to Visit England

If there’s one word most suited to describe England’s weather, it’s unpredictable. Since weather will definitely affect your travel activities while you’re in the country, it’s of utmost importance that you have a basic knowledge of England’s weather. Generally, England has wet weather all year round. However this doesn’t mean that it rains every single day...