Buying Timeshare In England

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Buying Timeshare In England
« on: May 14, 2012, 12:22:52 »
England is a popular holiday destination for many tourists from around the world, and whilst it might not boast consistently perfect weather, the country has a history and rich cultural heritage dating back thousands of years. Many people in countries such as the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and more can trace their origins back to England, and some may still have relatives there. For these people, and others in different circumstances, buying timeshare in England is a way to reconnect with the country, have a base for a regular holiday, and a means of investment.

England is a relatively small country, which in fact is smaller in size than many US states! What it lacks in size is made up for in its rich diversity though, with landscapes ranging from mountains to forests, and farmland to unspoilt coastal stretches. In addition to this, even the accents of people can vary widely, with almost every town and city outside of London having its own distinct sound. If considering buying timeshare in England, it is important to do as much research as possible into the different regions and areas, as one may be more suitable than another.

Whilst England has official regions and districts, it is perhaps more helpful to divide it into five unofficial areas. These are London and the South, the South-West, the East, the Midlands and the North. Each one has its own attractions that might appeal when buying timeshare in England, and a brief summary is mentioned below.

London and the South - Arguably the most visited city in the world, London is a vast place, although its main attractions are mostly found within close proximity of one another in the centre. The home to the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, St.Pauls Cathedral, and dozens of other historical buildings, art galleries and museums, there is an endless list of things to see and do. As befits one of the largest cities in the world, it also has hundreds of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. The south coast is also within an hour or so's drive from the capital. Prices may be higher here, but it is a popular choice for people buying timeshare in England is it places them at the heart of things.

The South-West - The South-West, especially in the Devon and Cornwall areas is one of the most scenic places in England. The weather in this region is also a lot warmer than anywhere else in the country, and this appeals to those who like to be by the beach. The area is famous for its stone circles and other ancient monuments dating back many thousands of years. People who want to get away from things and enjoy the countryside and scenic coastal areas should consider the South-West when buying timeshare in England.

The East - The East of England has a nice relaxed pace of life, and perhaps the best example of this, are the Norfolk Broads, where boating holidays are ever popular. Small villages with friendly people dot the landscape, and on the coast, there are several popular traditional seaside resorts, where fish and chips, sticks of rock, amusement arcades, piers and sandy beaches are the norm. Anyone thinking of buying timeshare in England to be used between May and September might like to consider this region.

The Midlands - The Midlands area was traditionally the manufacturing region of the country, but also boasts many beautiful stone houses and cottages, especially in the Cotswolds region. The main city here is Birmingham, which has a wide range of attractions. From Birmingham, it is possible to reach almost anywhere in the country within a couple of hours, and this make it a place to consider buying timeshare in England.

The North - Famous for its lakes and hills, as well as cities such as Manchester, Liverpool and Newcastle, it is an undeniably beautiful place with a lot to offer. The winters can be a lot colder in the north though, and so that should also be considered when buying timeshare in England.

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