Visiting a country that’s abundant in cultural heritage can sometimes be overwhelming to plan. That’s because there are just too many places to see that you don’t know where to start.
If you’re going to England, make sure you include the Stonehenge in your itinerary. This prehistoric monument can be found in Wiltshire, north of Salisbury and west of Amesbury. It is composed of standing stones forming a ring, nestled within the monuments erected during the Neolithic and Bronze eras. According to archaeologists, the place was built sometime between 3,000 to 2,000 BC.