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​10 Places to Visit in England In 2022 (Part 2)

Nico McKenzie by Nico McKenzie

​10 Places to Visit in England In 2022 (Part 2)

Ready to finalise your perfect English itinerary? Here are the next 5 places that you are not going to want to miss…


At the heart of the Industrial Revolution, this northern city has a rich history and line of invocation that changed our culture forever.

Wander through the collection of (usually free!) museums around the city to learn the cultural, musical, and artistic impact this often underrated city has made.


Another perfect day trip from Bristol, you can get to the historic city of Bath in less than 45 minutes. This quaint city has been a wellness destination all the way back to Roman times.

Full of boutique shopping and foodie delights, you can spend hours just walking amongst the Georgian architecture and taking it all in. Bring your camera and plan plenty of time to explore the fascinating history of this spot.


Talk to any British person and they’ll have fond memories of this seaside destination. Grab a classic fish and chips then walk the shoreline for the perfect day out.

The Lake District

Also known as Lakeland, this mountainous region in Northwest England is another one of those destinations that is on the bucket list of nearly every single person on this island.

Plan at least one day wandering around and soaking in the natural beauty of this region.


Technically Cardiff is on the other side of the border in Wales but it’s an easy addition to your travel itinerary for England.

Take the scenic trip across the bridge from Bristol and you’ll be in the Welsh capital in under an hour.

Surrounded by picturesque castles and sandy beaches, you could spend days soaking in the rich history and culture of Cardiff and beyond.

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