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1 England María Teresa López Tauste Adrián Egea Saura Adrián Villafañe England

2 Location England is located in the North Sea, is the largest and most populous of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Occupies two thirds of the island of Great Britain and bordered on the north west Scotland and Wales. England is located in the North Sea, is the largest and most populous of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Occupies two thirds of the island of Great Britain and bordered on the north west Scotland and Wales.

3 London London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. Situated on the River Thames in the southeast of the island of Great Britain; was founded around 43 AD by the Romans with the name Londinium London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom. Situated on the River Thames in the southeast of the island of Great Britain; was founded around 43 AD by the Romans with the name Londinium London's population is composed of a wide range of ethnicities, cultures, and religions, and in the city speak over 300 languages. The public transport network, administered by Transport for London, is one of the largest in the world, and Heathrow Airport is the busiest international world. London's population is composed of a wide range of ethnicities, cultures, and religions, and in the city speak over 300 languages. The public transport network, administered by Transport for London, is one of the largest in the world, and Heathrow Airport is the busiest international world.

4 How to arrive? From Heathrow: From Heathrow:Metro: Piccadilly Underground Line (takes 1 hour) Downtown stops: Green Park, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Holborn, Russel Square. Piccadilly Underground Line (takes 1 hour) Downtown stops: Green Park, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, Covent Garden, Holborn, Russel Square.Train: - Heathrow Express Train Duration 15 to 20 minutes and runs every 15 minutes. Stops centric: Direct non-stop to Paddington (Correspondence with Metro). -Heathrow Connect Dua thirty minutes and every thirty minutes passed Stops central Ealing Broadway and Paddington (Both with correspondence with Metro). Bus: - N9 (Night) takes about 65 minutes and goes downtown every thirty minutes Stops: Trafalgar Square, High St Kensington, Aldwych.

5 Getting around in London It is divided into 9 zones. It is divided into 9 zones. The tourist areas of London are concentrated in zones 1 and 2, while the Heathrow Airport terminals are in the 6. The network is composed of the principal means of transport such as train, metro, boat and urban and intercity bus. The cab is a ride that you find it far more expensive. The best way to travel around central London without a doubt, is traveling by subway and occasionally in the double-decker buses. It is therefore recommended to buy a transportation card, which is much cheaper than buying single tickets The tourist areas of London are concentrated in zones 1 and 2, while the Heathrow Airport terminals are in the 6. The network is composed of the principal means of transport such as train, metro, boat and urban and intercity bus. The cab is a ride that you find it far more expensive. The best way to travel around central London without a doubt, is traveling by subway and occasionally in the double-decker buses. It is therefore recommended to buy a transportation card, which is much cheaper than buying single tickets

6 Where to sleep Charlotte Street Hotel15-17 Charlotte Street, London, England, UK. Charlotte Street Hotel15-17 Charlotte Street, London, England, UK. Cost of one night (full board): £ 402,25 (€ 442,47 Cost of one night (full board): £ 402,25 (€ 442,47 Services: Services: 2 line phone with voice mail 2 line phone with voice mail 24 Hour Gym 24 Hour Gym Cinema Cinema Facilities for handicapped Facilities for handicapped Internet Internet Kids friendly Kids friendly Minibar Minibar Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the hotel Wi-Fi connectivity throughout the hotel

7 To visit Art and culture: Buckingham Palace and The Queen’s Gallery; Windsor Castle; Abadi of Westminster; House of Parlement; Big Ben; and the museum of Madame Tussands. Art and culture: Buckingham Palace and The Queen’s Gallery; Windsor Castle; Abadi of Westminster; House of Parlement; Big Ben; and the museum of Madame Tussands. Leisure: British Airways London Eye; London Zoo. Leisure: British Airways London Eye; London Zoo. Shopping: Harrods; Marks and Spencers; Selfridges. Shopping: Harrods; Marks and Spencers; Selfridges. Sporting events: Polo, Criquet and Rugby. Sporting events: Polo, Criquet and Rugby.

8 Where to eat Fish & Chips, Roast Beef; Pork pies; the british sausages; Apple Pie. Fish & Chips, Roast Beef; Pork pies; the british sausages; Apple Pie.

9 Manchester Manchester is a city and the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester. Manchester, won city status in 1853 and has a population of 458,100. Manchester is a major center of artistic, financial, media and higher education. It is the third most visited city in the UK by foreign tourists. Manchester hosted the Commonwealth Games 2002 and is home to two football teams in the Premier League, Manchester United and Manchester City. Manchester is a city and the metropolitan county of Greater Manchester. Manchester, won city status in 1853 and has a population of 458,100. Manchester is a major center of artistic, financial, media and higher education. It is the third most visited city in the UK by foreign tourists. Manchester hosted the Commonwealth Games 2002 and is home to two football teams in the Premier League, Manchester United and Manchester City.

10 Where to sleep The Palace Hotel is a prestigious hotel located in the heart of Manchester. The hotel's distinctive façade is a recognised land mark in Manchester with a distinctive 217ft tall clock tower. The Palace Hotel is a prestigious hotel located in the heart of Manchester. The hotel's distinctive façade is a recognised land mark in Manchester with a distinctive 217ft tall clock tower. Room TypePrice Room TypePrice FromDouble £105 FromDouble £105 Single £105 Single £105 Twin £105 Twin £105 Executive Superior £135 Executive Superior £135 The Palace Hotel

11 Where to eat The food in Manchester is the same as in London, some of the most typical places to eat are: The food in Manchester is the same as in London, some of the most typical places to eat are: Lock, Deansgate Locks. Kailash, Charlotte St. Eden Bar, Canal St. Obsidian, Princess St. Lock, Deansgate Locks. Kailash, Charlotte St. Eden Bar, Canal St. Obsidian, Princess St.

12 To visit Urbis (Museo city) Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG Urbis (Museo city) Cathedral Gardens, Manchester, M4 3BG -This museum, housed in a modern and attractive building located behind the cathedral, offers a contemporary look at the history of Manchester through dynamic and interactive exhibitions. -From the elevator crystal can enjoy stupendous views of the city. -Opening hours from Tuesday to Sunday 10:00-18:00. -Admission is free Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester, M16 0RA Sir Matt Busby Way, Manchester, M16 0RA -This is the famous "Theater of Dreams" Manchester United. -You can visit the stadium and relive the glorious season of 1998-99, in which the team did triple by winning the Cup England, the Premiership and Champions League. -In the museum you can discover everything about the history of this team. -Hours: 9:30-17:30 daily until 30 minutes before games. -Prices: Single Museum: 5.50 pounds adults, children 3.75. Museum and guided tour: 9 pounds adults, children 6. St. Mary's Catholic Church Mulberry Street, M2 6LN St. Mary's Catholic Church Mulberry Street, M2 6LN -Founded in 1794, was the first Catholic Church in Manchester after the Reformation. -Inside there are the "Stations of the Cross" Adams, considered a major work of art s. XX. -Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00-16:00, Saturday 10:00-18:00: Sunday 10:00-14:00. -It's free, but donations are recommended

13 Liverpool Liverpool is a city located in Merseyside, on the east side of the river Mersey. It was founded as a town in 1207 and received the title of city in 1880. Liverpool is a city located in Merseyside, on the east side of the river Mersey. It was founded as a town in 1207 and received the title of city in 1880. Historically belonging to the county of Lancashire, urbanization and expansion of Liverpool was due in large part to its status as major port city. In the eighteenth century, trade with the West Indies, with continental Europe and the slave trade in the Atlantic promoted the economic expansion of the city. Today is the second UK port of export volume after London. The popularity of the Beatles and the football team Liverpool Football Club help to make Liverpool a tourism destination. Historically belonging to the county of Lancashire, urbanization and expansion of Liverpool was due in large part to its status as major port city. In the eighteenth century, trade with the West Indies, with continental Europe and the slave trade in the Atlantic promoted the economic expansion of the city. Today is the second UK port of export volume after London. The popularity of the Beatles and the football team Liverpool Football Club help to make Liverpool a tourism destination.

14 Where to sleep Atlantic Tower Hotel. Chapel Street. 00 44 151 227 44 44. Atlantic Tower Hotel. Chapel Street. 00 44 151 227 44 44. Emulates the prow of a ship and offers wonderful views over the Mersey. Emulates the prow of a ship and offers wonderful views over the Mersey.

15 Where to eat Some popular restaurants in Liverpool are: Some popular restaurants in Liverpool are: Alma de Cuba; Seel Street. Original, Gothic and sophisticated. This superb bar / restaurant was a church of the eighteenth century. The Philarmonic; 36, Hope Street. Classic English pub with a wide selection of British beers, starting at Cains, local. John Lennon was common customer site while studying at the nearby art school. Jalons Bridewell. Campbell Square, Argyle Street. Situado en una antigua prisión, dispone de una excelente oferta de cócteles y una cuidada cocina internacional.

16 To visit 1. All the waterfront Heritage buildings left speechless at dusk when the sun cuts its shape and can imagine the grandeur of one of the most beautiful ports in Britain. 1. All the waterfront Heritage buildings left speechless at dusk when the sun cuts its shape and can imagine the grandeur of one of the most beautiful ports in Britain. 2. The Cavern The old place where the Beatles started playing today has become a place of pilgrimage for thousands of international fans. 2. The Cavern The old place where the Beatles started playing today has become a place of pilgrimage for thousands of international fans. 3. St. George's Hall this neoclassical building is one of the most emblematic of the city's architectural heritage. 3. St. George's Hall this neoclassical building is one of the most emblematic of the city's architectural heritage. 4. Strawberry Fields A red gate fi laden RMAs and a strawberry field turned into myth by the magic of a song poet John Lennon's childhood. 4. Strawberry Fields A red gate fi laden RMAs and a strawberry field turned into myth by the magic of a song poet John Lennon's childhood. 5. Metropolitan Cathedral (Catholic) building and stained glass mammoth proportions memorable. Your personal profiles granite tower of the silhouette of the city. 5. Metropolitan Cathedral (Catholic) building and stained glass mammoth proportions memorable. Your personal profiles granite tower of the silhouette of the city. 6. Liverpool Cathedral is the largest Anglican cathedral in Britain. The walls surround the mystic travelers inside. 6. Liverpool Cathedral is the largest Anglican cathedral in Britain. The walls surround the mystic travelers inside. 7. The Chinese Arch impressive arch that gives entrance to Liverpool's Chinatown is the largest outside China. Over 15 meters high welcome the visitor. 7. The Chinese Arch impressive arch that gives entrance to Liverpool's Chinatown is the largest outside China. Over 15 meters high welcome the visitor.

17 Bibliography www.destinolondres.com www.destinolondres.com www.destinolondres.com www.visitengland.com www.visitengland.com www.visitengland.com www.visitmanchester.com www.visitmanchester.com www.visitmanchester.com www.visitliverpool.com www.visitliverpool.com www.visitliverpool.com


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