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​4 English Locations You Need To Visit

Nico McKenzie by Nico McKenzie

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​4 English Locations You Need To Visit

Ready to create your perfect English itinerary? Here are four places that you are not going to want to miss (aside from London).

  1. Cambridge - A 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. If you can only visit one, we suggest Cambridge. The lush green meadows that surround and the grassy riverside college gardens (or Backs as they’re called) create a tranquil atmosphere that only adds historical and cultural draws.
  2. Manchester - 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.
  3. Guernsey - 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.
  4. 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.

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