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Ten Biggest/Largest Cities in England


London is one of the world’s most important tourist and business centers. The city has a vast infrastructure with a well built network of Railways and Underground trains. It is home to five international airports and has millions of passengers visiting the city every year. It proudly lodges the world’s most iconic buildings and monuments. Tourists enjoy catching glimpses of Big Ben, Westminster Abbey, the London Eye, The Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and the Royal Parks. Day Trips to close by suburbs are also popular among tourists. This old English city is a must see for all tourists visiting the country.


Birmingham is the second largest and the second most popular city in the UK. It has a well developed economy and is home to major commercial centres. The city’s delightful and authentic museums, absolutely amazing amusement options and sports activities attract tourists of all kinds. Birmingham houses the world famous Cadbury World and other well known tourist attractions like the National Sea Life Centre, Warwick Castle, National Paintballing Fields, Thinktank Science Museum and the Winterhouse Garden. Birmingham international airport is located to the southeast of Birmingham city centre.


The city is almost synonymous with the game of football. After suffering some serious damage during the world wars, the city has grown into a modern cosmopolitan flourishing in art and music. Some of the top attractions of Manchester are the Affleck’s Palace, Canal Street Gay Village and Lowry Art complex. The city is appreciated worldwide for its impressive range of architectural styles which include Georgian, Roman, Gothic and Modern. It was the first city to attain a modern light rail tram system. It has one international airport which is well connected by Taxis, Coaches and Trains.


Leeds is located in the city of West Yorkshire, and it is a major centre for all financial and commercial activities. The city promotes business sectors such as education, finance and banking, insurance and public administration. It is home to the UK’s third busiest airport and a well built public transport infrastructure. Tourists visiting the city can feast their eyes through various art centres, music galleries and museums. Some of the famous tourist attractions of the city are Manchester Art Gallery, Whitworth Art Gallery, the Royal Exchange Theatre and the Opera House. An exciting nightlife is another added attraction to the city.


Sheffield is located in the city of South Yorkshire and is one of the most popular cities in the UK. It is one of the strongest economies in the country and has a world class reputation for its metal industry. Tourist attractions of the city include the Wheel of Sheffield, The Lyceum theatre, The Sensoria Music Festival and The Tramlines Festival. International airport closest to Sheffield is the Doncaster Sheffield Airport and is 18 miles away from the city center.


Visiting Liverpool translates to enjoying world class sports, spectacular events and the chance to dive into music madness of the Beatles. For tourists on an art pilgrimage to the city can enjoy Liverpool cathedral, The Walker Gallery and The Titanic Memorial. The spectacular Panoramic 34 restaurant in Liverpool is a must see for all tourists. This restaurant offers a spectacular view of the entire city and a cuisine to die for. Liverpool John Lennon airport is the closest airport to the city. It serves as the major base for low cost airlines Ryanair and Easy jet. Train system of the city is one of the most extensive in the country.


Bristol is a small English city located in South West England with beautiful historic sites, jaw dropping attractions and an amusing night life. The city is easily a favorite among tourists and for those interested in ancient ships, the Brunel’s SS Great Britain, the world’s first great oceanliner, and the Matthew, a replica of the ship upon which John Cabot sailed to America are sites of great interest.


Wakefield also called the “Merrie City”, is located in the district of West Yorkshire. Tourist attractions of the city include Ruins of Sandal Castle, Theatre Royal Wakefield, the Wakefield Museum and the Hepworth Wakefield gallery. Visit the city during summer and witness the fun at Wakefield Festival of Food, Drink and Rhubarb. The nearest airport is the Leeds Bradford International airport. The city offers its residents an easily accessible motorway system. Local buses also aid in local transportation.


Located close to Birmingham and at about 100 miles from London, Coventry is also one of the largest cities in the UK. The major place of interest in the city includes the churches and cultural institutions. Major tourist attractions include St.Michael’s Cathedral, Holy Trinity Church, Coventry Transport Museum, Herbert Art Gallery and Museum and The Midland Air Museum.


Hull is a small city located in Yorkshire England. It derives its name from the River Hull. The city is home to several tourist attractions like Old Town and Museum Quarter, St.Stephen’s Hull, Hull Marina and the Deep. This year it has been listed as one of the top most cities representing the culture of the UK.

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