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10 Places to Visit in England In 2022 (Part 1)
by Nico McKenzie
From the dramatic cliffs of Devon to the historical Roman sites of Bath, you could spend a lifetime exploring the treasures of England.
Whether you want to soak in the rich history or explore the beauty of the countryside, this British beauty is so much more than just London.
Ready to create your perfect English itinerary? Here are 5 places that you are not going to want to miss...
Wander through nearly a thousand years of history as you walk amongst the Roman and Norman ruins of Canterbury. As soon as you start exploring, you’ll immediately understand why this is one of the most loved day trips from London.
While you walk the cobbled streets amongst the timber-framed houses, you’ll be transported back to the world of Geoffrey Chaucer’s classic novel Canterbury Tales.
Devon & Cornwall
With some of the United Kingdom’s most beautiful beaches and best-preserved ancient landmarks, West Country is a top destination for locals and tourists alike.
Cornwall offers sandy beaches with beautiful seaside resorts while Devon has dramatic cliffs overlooking the sea. You’ll feel the Celtic cultural influence in both Cornwall and Devon.
In Cornwall, you can try some of the Cornish cuisine that’s loved around the country. When it comes to outdoor adventures and gorgeous hiking paths, you’re spoiled for choice in both cities.
Spread out over nearly 800 square miles, this region encompasses Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Warwickshire, and Wiltshire. Famous for its rolling hills and quintessentially English villages, this is one of the most picturesque places in Britain.
Another fierce debate amongst the British is for the honor of the most beautiful university town. Cambridge and Oxford are both legendary institutions with stunning architecture and rich history.
In the English Channel near the French coast, you will find this gorgeous little island full of coastal cliffs and beach resorts. While this island is not technically part of England, it is part of the British Crown dependency.
And, fun fact: there is a special breed of cattle that only exists here. Guernsey cows are known for Guernsey’s Golden Product and it’s a one-of-a-kind dairy product.