5 places to visit in the UK
Brexit or no Brexit, UK is still the best to plan your next adventure too. So grab your passport, pick-up your lucky shoes and visit the UK!
The country’s attractiveness lies not only in its awe-inspiring landscapes but also in its rich cultural heritage. Everything from stunning, preserved country castles to its many exquisite arts galleries and museums are here, calling you to never miss the opportunity before the leisure says Goodbye.
Here are 5 worth visiting locations in the UK
1. West Yorkshire
If you are in for fresh and interesting art, Yorkshire brings four rich art galleries:
- The Hepworth Wakefield
- The Henry Moore Institute
- Yorkshire Sculpture Park
- Leeds Art Gallery
Not only these, the outdoor exhibitions always quench the thirst for amazing sculptures. Once you filled your heart with artistic aesthetics, go ahead towards Saltaire’s Victorian village and meet perfectly preserved nature.
The most compelling of all! This place is itself a country loves diversity. Cornwall contains:
- Clifftops that tells a strange tale through their sharp rising rocks: a tale of peaceful coves and restless waves, crowded beaches, and peaceful towns. These cliffs provide the best hiking experience.
- Witness the world’s oldest magic items collected in Museum of Witchcraft and Magic: a place filled with charms, spell-casting stones, mummified cats, and creepy mirrors.
- Minack Theatre and Tate St Ives provide great works of art.
- Have a hearty meal at The Hidden Hut.
There are many more in Cornwall but that’s you to find out.
3. Scottish Highlands
Scottish highlands is a series of mountains where Urquhart Castle, famous for “Nessie”: a mythical monster and Loch Ness are never to be missed. These friendly-natured highlands allow nature to freely grow and exist. Dolphins and other famous fish kinds play around in Moray Firth. Hiking enthusiasts should never miss these highlands.
Cambridge is so enchanting and delightful. It can be a flawless fantasy escape. It’s a relatively small city that is perfect to explore over a few days. One of the key appeals of Cambridge is the world-famous university. Popping into Cambridge’s iconic bakery & café and a visit to River Cam definitely becomes one of the most memorable travel experience.
5. Lake District
You can probably tell from the name, the Lake District is filled with lakes, stunning mountains, and a pile of tiny villages to explore. Both Windermere which is the largest lake in England with 14.8 Sq Km and Scafell Pike which is England’s highest peak with 978m height is worth-visiting places here. If you like hiking, photography, outdoor adventures, cozy pubs with home-cooked food or visiting the homes of famous poets, the Lake District is the place to go.
Here are some honorable mentions as well:
- Peak District
- Isle of Wight
To pen off, one of the immense inclinations of a UK trip, however, is just how easy it is to explore this fascinating country. Thanks to its size, you can explore the cities of London or Liverpool by simply taking a train or a short bus ride will take you to the country’s most distinguishable attractions. Without further ado, start preparing for the journey!
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