This 5,000-year-old circle of standing stones is one of the world's ancient wonders, a monument to the mysteries of antiquity and among the most famous sights in Europe
An ancient stone circle curled around a medieval hamlet
Giant white horses carved into the grass of chalk hillsides, some dating back to the 18C
You can actually enter the stone circle before and after hours—if you book ahead
Weird, random, oddball, and just plain fun tours and activities you can sign up for in the U.K.
Stay in a real castle and live happily ever after (temporarily) as King and Queen of the castle
Yes, they drive on the left in Great Britain; they also love roundabouts
So, which is it? "The United Kingdom" or "Great Britain?"
Fun facts and history about Queen Elizabath II and Britain's Royal Family
Everyone knows Brits drive on the left side of the road—except for on one road in London. Savoy Court—the driveway off the Strand up to the entrance to the Savoy Hotel—is the only right-drive road in the U.K.