Amazing and unique places that you can visit in England.
There is so much more to England than the obvious and busy city of London, although it is still a good choice. London is not really “English” and doesn’t provide the England fee, as many English people fee, thanks to the huge number of tourists that makes it its own place with its own culture. There are so many interesting places that you can visit here, especially if you have a car. You can head to 4WD supercenter, attach a roof track, get a tent and go camping in the UK, particularly in Wales and Scotland where you can camp anywhere without the authorities minding. You might consider bringing a partner on this one as sleeping in the middle of a wilderness alone can’t be everyone’s cup of tea.
Here are five other places, off the beaten track like Cambridge and Stratford upon Avon, which you can visit. There is York, a beautiful and historic chocolate box city two hours by train from London that can be likened to Bruges, only this is a more of cozy than proper city, authentic and humble. With a car, here you can see the beautiful coastline and the unspoilt moorland of the Yorkshire Moors and Yorkshire Dales. Next, there is a traditional English seaside town in the south of England that is only a drive away from London, which can be likened to Brighton called Bournemouth. This one retains an affluent and upmarket charm. Access our website to learn more about England.
Bristol is the alternative for the people that like London, but not the noise. This is city that is less chaotic, hectic and is more transient unlike London, where you will find people with time to chat in a bar for instance. There is a natural beauty for walkers and cyclist in mecca, one of the small towns within an area called then Peak District called Matlock. This Peak District is a home to the UK’s best theme park, Alton Towers which is a great day pout with one of the best and world’s most amazing roller coaster. Last but not least, there sis the Lake District, which happens to be among the most beautiful places in England. It gets a little wet up there unfortunately, but if that is the least of your worries then the best time to visit is the beginning of autumn, when the leaves are turning red and gold is the best time to visit. A few days of hiking and nestling next to a fire in a cozy pub is among the great things that you can do here, away from the common stuff.