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Exciting Places To Eat and Shop Around In Reading

By: Phineas Gray
Category : Travel
April 24, 2013

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Every year, thousands of visitors visit Britain from all over the world. Although London, the capital city of England is a major crowd puller, there are numerous other towns that are no lesser in providing thrill and excitement to tourists.

 

58 km west of Central London, is the town of Reading. Reading is a major commercial centre in proximity to London. Despite of its proximity to London, it has its own internal transport system. People visiting the town for the first time for business or leisure purposes can find Bed and Breakfast in Reading at various budget hotels.

 

When searching for Bed and Breakfast in Reading, you will need to do a bit of research, but the choices on offer are conveniently located and pocket friendly. Caversham Road, which houses budget hotels, offers various benefits to visitors and tourists. One of them is that, there are various places of interest to tourists within a few minutes walk from the street. Some of the places of historical significance located close to the street are:

 

1) National Army Museum: Tourists like to visit places of historical significance, but not everyone is alike in their interests and preferences. A museum can be of interest to some people who like to know about the past and want to get a glimpse of historical pieces on display. The National Army Museum has displays pertaining to the First and Second World Wars, the Battle of Waterloo and the Victorian Era.

 

2) The King's Road: The King's Road is an ideal place to shop and eat for the young and trendy at heart. It houses some of the best brands from the fashion scene, women's footwear, handbags, skincare and scents. The high end boutiques give an aura of elegance to the shopping place.

 

3) The Abbey Road Studios: This Studio is famous for its film music. It was opened to the public in 1983 and the famous Beatles recorded 80% of their songs in this studio. The white building is often surrounded by tourists who throng the place due to its historical significance.

 

There is no dearth of choices for tourists who want to get a real experience from their visit to England. It's not surprising that many who visit England find their trip to be an enriching and rejuvenating personal experience.