U.K is a great place to spend your vacations. However, choosing the best places to visit in U.K can be tricky due to plenty of options. Therefore, OffAtEveryThing asked some great travel bloggers about their choice.
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Of late I’ve come to really enjoy the north of Wales. It has great beaches, pubs, amazing castles, a great festival scene and of course the mountains, which in themselves are a great spot for hiking, mountain biking, zip lines, or simply driving around in search of epic views.
I’ve travelled extensively throughout the UK. When I was younger, my parents took every chance they could to take me and my sister to new locations, usually in a caravan. I love the Lake District for its beautiful walks, and the Cotswolds for their quaint villages.
However, my favourite location in recent memory is the Gower Peninsula in South Wales.
I took my dad there for some sea kayaking and hiking. Rhossili Beach has to be one of the best in the country, if not the world.
My perfect UK destination is the Lake District. It’s so easy to enjoy it without spending much money, thanks to the beautiful hikes and trails. The views over the lakes are incredible and every turn leaves you reaching for your camera.
My favourite way to travel in the UK is to combine it with a festival. Some of my favourites are the Hay Festival in Hay-n-Wye, Edinburgh Fringe, and End of the Road in South Wiltshire. It’s a great way to see the country while also enjoying an amazing festival.
Our perfection destination in the UK is the Lake District. We love going up there without a plan and discovering different areas on our very long walks.
Many famous writers and poets lived in the lakes and it’s not hard to see why. With stunning scenery, great hotels and very little people, the lakes are the perfect place to get away from it all.