History of Surrey
Surrey is situated in the heart of Britain about thirty miles outside London. The English county of Surrey is famous for the landscape and natural beauties that capture the distinct atmosphere of old Britain.
There are landscapes that have been used in many films and television serials as they are ideal for filming scenes that require traditional places as well as horror films!
The County of Surrey was a place of vacation for families of the past. Many houses were built in this country side providing the peace and comfort a countryside house should have. This has played a role in forming the beautiful scenery that we see today.
The county of Surrey is filled with houses and gardens that are very well preserved and are used as sights to those that visit the region in need of relaxation. Hampton Court Palace is open for visitors and offers a trip to the past.
When you visit it you will slowly begin to feel like royalty and soon be lost in a dream with roots 500 years ago. You can also explore the gardens and if you are bold enough visit the maze.
The English county of Surrey is also famous for Loseley Park. Queen Elisabeth, I ordered the house in 1562 and as one can imagine the building, as well as the whole premises, are of luxurious beauty and taste. The house has now valuable paintings and furniture and is certainly worth a visit. After you have seen it you will understand why it is one of the most famous attractions in Surrey County.