The Most Beautiful Places To Visit In The UK: Discover Beautiful Locations Right On Your DoorstepFriday, March 21, 2014 Mary Anne Velasco
People travel far and wide to discover beautiful places. They get on airplanes, boats, and trains, save up hundreds of pounds, and go through lots of effort to travel to stunning destinations and explore the world. However, the UK is already home to some of the most interesting, and beautiful landscapes in the world. Whether you’re looking for romantic parks, wilderness adventure, or peaceful waters, the UK has it all...it’s right on your doorstep! Here are the most beautiful places to visit in the UK, perfect for planning your next trip:
Richmond Park, South West London
London is filled with a massive amount of big open spaces, including; Regents Park, St. James Park, Hampstead Heath, and Holland Park. These are some of the most beautiful places you’ll ever see in the UK! However, Richmond Park is a 2,500 acre site of historical scientific interest and a place where Londers flock to get some fresh air and gorgeous green views. Deer roam freely here, surrounded by ornamental gardens and ancient oak trees. It’s a very popular place, especially in the summer!
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Polperro, South East Cornwall
Narrow winding streets a pretty cottages await you here, overlooking a small harbour. A lovely fishing village to visit in the South East of Cornwall. Cornwall has many pretty villages, but people argue that this is the prettiest - definitely worth a look.
Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland
This is Northern Ireland’s only Unesco World Heritage site; an interesting beauty spot popular with tourists. This unique place is even surrounded by mythical legends. Some of the best atmospheric cliff scenery in Europe is located here, too!
Glen Nevis, Scotland
Glen Nevis is debatably one of the countries most dramatic landscapes. An absolutely gorgeous part of the United Kingdom, filled with unspoilt scenery, Britain’s highest mountain, and perfect for walking getaways. Get your walking gear from http://www.thehighlandsstore.com/! Many film scenes were shot here [Harry Potter and Braveheart to name a few], and it’s great for wildlife watching.
Lake District, North West England
Located in the North West England, the lake district is a mountainous region popular with people who love nature. Wastwater is arguably one of Britain’s best views, so head on over to take a look and enjoy some of the highest peaks in England and pretty scenery.
Hope Valley, Peak District
The Peak District is the second most visited national park in the world. You can recognise it by its rugged landscapes, pretty villages, grand houses, and dark caverns. Unusual, dramatic landscapes await you here. Traditional stone cottages, show caves, and things like ruined castles all make the Peak District a must see.
The Jurassic Coast, East Devon to Dorset
Found on the Southern Coast of England, this world heritage site is definitely one of the best places to visit in the UK in terms of beauty. The Jurassic Coast is 140 million years old, and has been voted the 5th greatest natural wonder in Britain. If that isn’t reason to visit this place, I don't know what is!