Take a T20 World Cup break in England

 Scheduled to begin on June 5, the T20 World Cup 2009 will see 12 countries vying for the champion’s title and India as the defending champion. Add to this a flood of bargain travel deals and Indian cricket fans can look forward to a truly thrilling holiday!

Brighton, East Sussex: Only an hour away from London, the city is famous for its beaches, monuments and its music. While there, take a tour of one of the most extravagant palaces in all of England, the Brighton Royal Pavilion. Built by King George IV. You can also visit Preston Manor, touted to be the most haunted house in all of Brighton. If you are bold enough, you can take the ghost tours and see if it spooks you!
Cumbria, Northwest England: If you want to visit England for its sheer natural beauty, then Cumbria is the place to go. Known for its lakes and mountains, the region is famous for destinations such as Lake Windermere, Wordsworth’s home and Hadrian’s Wall.

Nottingham, East Midlands: One of the venues for the ICC T20, Nottingham is also a wonderful tourist spot. Surrounded by lively market and charming villages, the city is close to many appealing attractions like the Robin Hoods - Sherwood Forest. This location was once the playground of kings and dukes apart from the famous Robin Hood.
Cornwall, Southwest England: Cornwall is well-known for its beaches, fishing villages and quaint towns. Beaches such as Crackington Haven and Crooklets in the Bude region are popular amongst families while Porthmeor at St.Ives is popular amongst surfers with a surf school located nearby.

London: This destination certainly needs no introduction. A fashion capital with some of the world’s best tourist attractions, London is incredibly popular amongst Indian tourists. You can also attend the Formula 1 Santander British Grand Prix which is scheduled to take place from June 16 to June 19.

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