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Why you Should visit Stonehenge

Stonehenge is a historic venue in England that’s filled with history, drawing countless tourists every year. What is it about this site that makes it so endeared by visitors around the world? What is about this attraction that makes it even worth visiting in the first place? At first, the site seems merely like an assorted series of large rocks. But believe it or not, this venue is perhaps one of the oldest monuments in the world, dating back to 2000-3000BC. We’ll be giving you a series of tips so that you can make the most out of your stay here so that you can feel as comfortable as possible here.

After a hectic week in the capital, a visit to Stonehenge, which is just 88 miles away from the city – can add a pleasurable amount of delight to your holiday in the UK. During your stay in London, consider booking one of the Montcalm Club Hotels . The Montcalm at the Brewery London City Hotel is a perfect example of such an accommodation – it’s one of the best Shoreditch Hotels the city has to offer in fact. But every stay reaches its ultimate sweet spot, and a week seems to be that sweet spot for many travellers who visit London. But what if you’re after more?

Well the UK is not just built around London. There are many other districts worth visiting, and Stonehenge is just one of them. Differently, to London, Stonehenge is perhaps most known for its iconic circle. But just eight miles away from the area visitors can also experience a GoSkyDive outdoor activity! Mixing history with an adrenaline fuelled experience- what a combination!

Otherwise, there’s also the famous Salisbury Cathedral, which often goes unmentioned here. So, taper off your holiday in London in relaxed style by visiting Stonehenge for the day. You’ll come back home having visited “one of the wonders of the world and the best-known prehistoric monument in Europe.” Besides, you’ll come back feeling much more peaceful and content with your trip as whole and gotten a better understanding of the UK as a whole.

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