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Until recently England was generally thought of as a gentle, fabled land
freeze-framed sometime in the 1930s, home of the post office, country pub and vicarage.
It's now better known for vibrant cities with great nightlife and
attractions, contrasted with green and pleasant countryside.
From Stonehenge and Tower Bridge to Eton and Oxford, England is
loaded with cherished icons of a past era. But it also does modernity
with a confidence and panache left over from its days in the
never-setting sun. Fashion, fine dining, clubbing, shopping - England's
rates with the world's best.
Anyone who spends any extended period of time in England will sympathise with the locals' obsession with the weather, although in relative
terms the climate is mild and the rainfall is not spectacular.
The least hospitable months for visitors are November to February - it's
cold and the days are short. March and October are marginal - there's
more daylight but it can still be pretty chilly.
April to September are undoubtedly the best months, and this is,
unsurprisingly, when most sights are open, and when most people visit.
However, July and August are the busiest months, and best avoided if at all possible. The crowds on the coast, at the national parks, in London
and popular towns like Oxford, Bath and York have to be seen to be
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去www.wikipedia.org輸入 england 或是 united kingdom 就會跑出一堆資料了，而且還可以隨你高興要哪種語言....