The best places to visit in the English countryside

ADVERTISEMENT


Greenery as far as your eyes can see, blue skies with serene clouds, winding roads, and patchwork hills – these are what come to mind when one thinks of the countryside. The best part is that English countryside destinations are great to visit all the time, no matter the season.

If you are planning to visit England, then you must make sure not to miss these breathtakingly beautiful countryside destinations. They have a uniquely subtle way to help you reconnect with the best of what nature has to offer.

Oxfordshire

Oxfordshire is a common English countryside destination, attracting a number of tourists every year. It also has a thriving education scene, being home to the reputed University of Oxford. There are plenty of places to visit within Oxfordshire such as Ashbury, Henley on the Thames, Woodstock, Bampton, and more.

Lancashire

Lancashire is a beautiful countryside destination in England, and it is no surprise it attracts many visitors every year. The county has beautiful natural attractions, such as the Forest of Bowland. You can even visit the famous Lancaster Canal. Plus, Lancashire is home to boutique hotels, country inns, majestic castles, and happy festivals.

Essex
Essex is probably one of the most well-known countryside destinations in England. It has a number of little scenic villages, charming towns with bustling markets, and beautiful rolling landscapes. Popular among tourists who love to explore either on foot or by cycling around town, there are plenty of attractions in Essex to keep you occupied during your holiday.

Cotswolds

Home to the famous Cotswold Hills – rolling hills that emerge from the Thames meadows – Cotswolds offers travelers nothing short of a picturesque holiday. This countryside destination is best explored on foot, as it allows you to discover the quaint little market towns, the architecture, the people, and the beauty of the place in general.

Cheshire

If you have read Alice in Wonderland, then the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear about the Cheshire countryside would be the Cheshire Cat with a mischievous grin. Also, you may think of Cheshire cheese. These are what this countryside destination is most famous for, but it offers a lot more – think sweeping landscapes, charming country inns, and beautiful homes with distinctive architecture.

Bronte Country

Undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking English countryside destinations, Bronte Country attracts many visitors with its rural charm. The promise of serene walks around town on cobblestone streets surrounded by rustic and cozy-looking buildings while breathing in fresh, country air is just too good to pass up. Besides, who wouldn’t want to see the set of Emily Bronte’s novels?

Cornwall

One of the most well-known English countryside destinations, Cornwall has peaceful beaches with amazing scenery, and you can indulge in a number of water activities. This countryside county is ideal for those looking for a serene holiday where you can go for nature walks.

Spending quality time in the serene countryside of England is one of the best ways to unwind and rediscover nature, learn about new cultures, and meet friendly people. Make sure you visit these places at least once in your lifetime!

ADVERTISEMENT

The post The best places to visit in the English countryside appeared first on Worldation.

Worldation

BEST DEAL UPDATE:

Watch Exclusive ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’ Clip: Olive Slip

Watch Exclusive 'Johnny English Strikes Again' Clip: Olive Slip

A British spy (Rowan Atkinson) comes out of retirement in the action-comedy adventure Johnny English Strikes Again. Due to a security breach that has exposed every current secret agent and threatens the UK, he is the only former spy available to search out the dastardly perpetrator and prevent total disaster.

Johnny, though, is a bit rusty. This becomes apparent when he uses modern gadgets. In our exclusive clip, it also shows up when he orders a previously unknown adult beverage and tries…

Read More

Read Comments

Fandango Movie News

MOVIE APP UPDATE:

Latin may help students bridge their native language with English

Researchers found that in teaching English learners — students who aren’t fluent in English and often come from homes where a language other than English is spoken — the Latin roots of words helped them problem solve the meaning of unfamiliar words.
Infant and Preschool Learning News — ScienceDaily

ENTERTAINMENT NEWS UPDATE: