Located in the Wiltshire area of England, Stonehenge
is one of the most renowned sites in the world. Tumulus graves surround the standing stone structure from Neolithic Stone Age and Bronze age. Stonehenge, meaning hanging stones, was the scene of astronomy and geometry studies, and Pagan ceremonies.
Located in Salisbury, in the south of England, Stonehenge is one of the most fascinating sights in history. These towering stone structures are images seen across the globe, yet not that many people know what they are. Visiting Stonehenge will give you an insight into the history and mysticism of the site, as well as allowing you to gaze upon the vision with your own eyes. Stonehenge is known as a prehistoric monument, and in the grounds around the site, you can explore Neolithic houses. The Visitor Centre houses more than 250 different artifacts, as well as the remains of a 5500-year-old man. The journey from London to Stonehenge takes under 2 hours, making this the ideal day trip from the capital, into calmer, more rural landscapes. If you can visit during sunset, you’ll be witness to one of the most stunning sights you’ll ever set your eyes on.