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5 Places In England You Should Consider Going To

So, if you are planning a holiday trip to some of the wonderful travel spots in England, then no worries! I’ve compiled a list of five most exotic places that you should visit. So, just pack your bags, get your tickets booked and there you ready for the perfect trip ahead!

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Scarborough

Scarborough

The first place to visit is Scarborough with its two sandy beaches, museums and rugged castle ruins. No doubt, there’s plenty of things to do in Scarborough. Just plan out a boat trip to watch some lazy seal colonies, roam around the North York Moors on an old steam train or experience the craziness in the North Sea Side. You can also follow dinosaur footprints on the Souh & North Bays and visit the geology museum to see the real things being fossilized.

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Suffolk

Suffolk

If you’re looking to have a quintessentially English experience, then Suffolk is the best place to visit. Indulge yourself into the Live musical events, posh coastal towns and some of the best breweries producing the world’s best beer. No doubt, Suffolk is jam packed with fun and adventure. You can go to visit safari parks with zebras and lions roaming freely or if you want to spend an English seaside holiday, just rent out a pastel beach hut on the North Sea. Explore Bury St Edmunds for historical experience.

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Bournemouth

Bournemouth

When it comes to the Bournemouth, you’ll get to see everything nautical. This place is a blend of sand, sea and the sun (also called as the sunniest spot in England). Explore the 7-mile swathe of Blue Flag beaches with essentially English beach huts, a traditional enjoyment spot with loads of ice cream kiosks. Just try rattling up the cliffs in the lift to admire the chine gardens or to watch the Isle of Wight and encountering the local kestrels and green lizards. Hop out to the time-honored Dorset villages when the afternoon tea beckons and visit boutiques, antiques and farmer’s markets. After the sunset, visit some trendy wine bars.

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Somerset

Somerset

Now comes the Somerset; its beauty and attractions are endless. Rolling hills, majestic gorges and never-ending wetlands. This southwest country is renowned for its natural beauty. Tourists love to follow hedgerow trails towards the pubs in the Blackdown rolling hills. Moreover, you can also freewheel into coombe valleys on your mountain bike. You can plan a perfect family day out to explore Saxon market towns made on riverbanks and inspect the beauty of Victorian seaside charm along with the Bristol Channel beaches.

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Cumbria

Cumbria

Cumbria is another exotic place to visit in England. If you want to experience a unique shopping experience, then don’t miss out he chance to visit the towns of Keswick, Kendal and Cockermouth. On the other hand, the busy lakes of Ullswate and Windermere offers ample opportunity for water sports and boating.