As a country where the people live between modernity and stick traditions, England is more than just old beautiful castles and royal families living inside. If you want to see a different side of England, here are 5 beautiful places you should visit in the country.
#1. Watergate Bay, Cornwall
If you like surfing and enjoying water attractions wherever you go, Watergate Bay in Cornwall could one of the best options to visit while you are in England. Being located close to Newquay on the north coast of Cornwall, the bay is perfect for surfing. This sandy beach is also surrounded by cliffs and big rocks, giving you great spots to take pictures or even playing kiu kiu online. You can also enjoy traditional breakfast or lunch at the nearest hotel.
#2. Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
If you have watched the famous movie by Angelina Jolie, Maleficent, you might have noticed big trees where she found Aurora. Yep, you can also find the dark big trees for real in Northern Ireland in England. Instead of the dark forest, you can find a whole road with twisted beech trees on each side of it. That creates an incredible look that makes Dark Hedges has become very popular in recent years.
#3. Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
The popularity of Cambridge is increasing from time to time, thanks to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. However, Cambridge has more than just Prince William and Kate Middleton. This small city has a lot of things to offer to visitors. There is King’s College along with its chapel. From that place, you can find out a huge wooden screen given to Anne Boleyn by King Henry VIII. To see the best views of the city, you can your head out on the famous River Cam. Make sure to get a tasty bite of homemade cakes in Fitzbillies.
#4. Edinburg, Scotland
Edinburgh in Scotland is another place in England you should not skip from your agenda. This Scottish city has thousands of years of history. It is also the home of an ancient volcanic butte, beautiful castles, and more. Royal Mail and Holyrood Palace can also be found in the city. Make sure to enjoy the traditional music of Scottish and wear their tartans!
#5. Cairngorms National Park, Scotland
If you want to learn about wildlife in England, Cairngorms National Park is one of the best places to go. The best way to enjoy the national park is by renting a bike and then explore the countryside.
You can also hike on the trails available in the park for more strenuous activity.