You can try to Europe country... England Since his bones were discovered in 2012 under a parking lot, Richard III has gained attention in Leicester. In the city, a recently opened tourist center offers details on how his burial and 500-year-old bones were identified. The National Space Centre, Curve Theatre, the Guildhall, constructed in half-timber in the fourteenth century, the New Walk Museum, and the Cathedral, where Richard III was reinterred in 2015, are just a few of Leicester's well-known landmarks, museums, and venues. The city gave us one of sports' most amazing underdog stories when Leicester City won the Premier League in 2016 despite having odds of 5,000-1 at the outset of the season. The Foxes play at King Power Stadium. Melton Mowbray In Melton Mowbray, there are two well-known English specialities. The first dish is the pork pie, which is made of chopped, seasoned, uncured pork encased in dough. In this nation, foxhunters originally gained popularity for this portable snack in the 19th century. It is intended to be eaten cold. Additionally, the market town is one of the few places having the permission to make blue stilton, a pungent, crumbly cheese that goes well with port during the holiday season. Two yearly events honoring the town's contributions to gastronomy are the Melton Mowbray Food Festival in October and the Cheese Fair at the end of April, to mention just two.