Almost since history began, England had an important place on the world map. From Stonehenge to the Roman Empire, the Industrial Revolution to World War II, major events have left their mark on this small island with a big history. Most of the materials listed in this collection provide authoritative and focused information about the landmarks, the history, architecture and culture of the country and the Royal Family. As anticipation builds for the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton, which is scheduled to occur on April 29 at Westminister Abbey, visitors can get their royal fix via a stream of news, pictures and videos at officialroyalwedding2011.org.
Castles of England, Scotland and Wales by Paul Joahnson
Elizabeth and Philip: the untold story of the Queen of England and her Prince by Charles Higham and Roy Moseley
Cathedral shrines of medieval England by Ben Nilson — Travellers interested in English shrines must read this book.
Rick Steves' London 2011 by Rick Steves and Gene Openshaw
Let's go. Great Britain: the student travel guide by Nathaniel Rakich
Eyewitness travel London by Michael Leapman
Notes from a small island by Bill Bryson — Noted American traveller Bill Bryson shares what he loves best about the idiosyncrasies of everyday English life in this immensely entertaining travel memoir.
All Travel England — If you are looking for information related to booking hotels, car rental and vacation packages, this European Travel and Tourism Bureau website is for you.
Welcome to Britannia — One of the Internet's most comprehensive treatment of the times, places, events and people of British history.
Visiting Britain — An English web magazine for people visiting England from all over the world. This website has information about traveling in Britain cheaply You will find some good ideas, plus addresses and websites to find more information.
Official website of the British Monarchy — This is an invaluable site to gather authentic information on the Royal Wedding, Information on the history of the Monarchy, today's Royal family and Royal Arts and Residences.