For travelers who are planning to visit to England, here are several historical castles that may be of interest. Although, notes the staff of Interviews & News, the superstitious may not want to visit the Tower of London on All Hallow’s Eve.
With a 900-year history, England’s castles are famous for their amazing cultural – and often dramatic – pasts. They dot the countryside of green rolling hills and pastures and often give travelers a glimpse into a long-ago lifestyle. The English are proud of their castles, because they are such a part of the country’s unique heritage. They range from small castles that have been transformed into hotels or guesthouses to sprawling remains that have been partially swept out to sea as well as castles that are still functioning.