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Take a Train to York——the Land of Chocolate
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posted March 12, 2021
Take a Train to York——the Land of Chocolate
1. Attractions in YorkYork is located in the northeast of England. It is the capital of North Yorkshire with the status of a municipality. Because of the historical influence of the Roman Empire and the Vikings, there are rich historical resources in York. These resources also greatly promote the tourism industry in this town. In addition to attracting tourists with its rich cultural scene, there are delicious and fragrant chocolates in York nowadays thanks to the chocolate factories with a long history and sophisticated technology in the town.1) York MinsterYork Minster is currently the largest medieval Gothic church in Europe. It has the largest area of stained glass windows in the world and the largest area of gray monotone glass windows in the UK. Climbing the central tower with a height of more than 70 meters, you can have a panoramic view of the quaint York and the green countryside not far away. The cathedral regularly hosts choir performances. It is just like heaven when sitting in the chapel and listening.2) Clifford's TowerClifford's Tower is one of the remaining relics of York Castle. It is located on a small hill in the south of the city. You can follow the spiral staircase in the tower to the top of the tower and have a panoramic view of York. In terms of architectural style, the tower is an asymmetrical four-leaf shape from all directions, which is unique in the UK. This castle site is a landmark building in York, but it is often teased by humorous local people in York, which is hanging colorful umbrellas over the castle.3) The ShamblesIt is the most well-preserved street in medieval style in Europe. However, the reason why this street is famous is attributed to Harry Potter, because the famous "Diagon Alley " is located in The Shambles. The whole street is not long. You can walk through it in five minutes. Of course, it does not include the time for taking pictures.2. How to Go to YorkYork Railway Station is very small and exquisite. The architectural style is quite a bit like "Harry Potter". There are frequent trains at the train station. It takes about two hours to take the train from London to Yorkshire. Generally speaking, it is recommended that you take the train to go to York. It is also recommended that you buy train tickets on the official website of Trainpal. There are often many cheap train tickets waiting for you to buy on the website. Welcome to buy tickets!
posted March 12, 2021
Take a Train to the "City of Discovery"—Dundee
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posted March 12, 2021
Take a Train to the "City of Discovery"—Dundee
1. Tourist Attractions in Dundee Dundee is called "The City of Discovery" because it is the place where many famous discoveries and inventions were made, such as stamps, wireless telegrams, aspirin, X-rays. There is a pleasant climate in Dundee which is the sunniest city in Scotland. This is especially rare in the British Isles where rainy days are frequent. There are Dundee University (founded in 1881), Dundee Abertay University, Technical College, and other institutions of higher learning.1) Broughty CastleBroughty Castle is located on a rocky promontory at the mouth of the Thames. It is six kilometers east of Dundee. The castle was built in 1496. In history, many fierce battles happened here. The castle is maintained by the Dundee government and the Scottish Heritage Committee. There is a small museum in the castle, which is famous for its collection of the best oil paintings in Scotland.2) Verdant WorksVerdant Works was the hemp textile factory in Dundee in the past. It was purchased by the Dundee Heritage Trust in 1991 and opened to the public as the hemp textile museum after its restoration in 1996. It is also the only hemp textile museum in the UK. The textile industry once dominated the economy of Dundee in history. During the peak period from 1860 to 1870, there were more than 60 textile factories in Dundee, employing more than 50,000 workers. Since 1987, the building has been listed as a Category A protected building by the Scottish Heritage Centre.3) Mills ObservatoryThe observatory is open every working day from October to March of the following year as long as the weather permits, except public holidays. The observatory was built in 1935. The exterior is classical-style sandstone with a dome with a diameter of 7 meters. Inside, there are a refracting telescope in Victorian times, a small planetarium, and a display area. It is the only full-time observatory built in the UK to encourage the public to understand science.2. Transportation in DundeeIn 2011 and 2012, Dundee was the tenth busiest railway station in Scotland, with an estimated 1.72 million people getting on and off here. Trains at Dundee Railway Station are very frequent. If you want to take a train to Dundee, you can buy tickets at the lowest price on the official website of Trainpal. We also have e-tickets to facilitate your travel.
posted March 12, 2021
Take a train from London to Newport to Appreciate the Dock Art
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posted March 10, 2021
Take a train from London to Newport to Appreciate the Dock Art
I. Newport City FeaturesNewport is the county seat of the Isle of Wight, England, located in the north of the center of the Isle of Wight. The River Medina flows from the middle of the Isle of Wight through Newport to the Solent Strait.As a historic town, Newport is centered on two squares where many Georgian and Victorian buildings stand. There are many internationally famous chain stores and independent shops in Newport Commercial Street and other streets, which is a good place for shopping. Every Tuesday, the general market and the well-received farmer's market sell a wide variety of local products. The Island History Museum, the Pier Art Center, and the Roman Villa in Newport are all worth visiting. At the same time, Newport also provides a variety of entertainment activities, the Medina and the Apollo Theater stage a variety of performances at different times each year. In addition, Carisbrooke Castle is located in a village near Newport, famous for imprisoning Charles I who was defeated during the English Civil War.II. Newport Railway StationNewport is the city between England and Cardiff, and its Newport Railway Station became an extremely conspicuous building. Interestingly, the Newport Railway Station is in a rotating form, reflecting the internal staff's flow, and can guide pedestrians on the ground up to the connecting bridge, and then walk down to the platform, helping to relieve the pressure of traffic flow. Therefore, train transportation in Newport is also very developed. From London, you can take the train directly to Newport. Welcome to choose Trainpal's official website to book cheap train tickets. We will provide you with one-stop ticketing service.Book your train ticket at the TrainPal now.
posted March 10, 2021