When people think of travel, they tend to think of far flung places in Asia first. While this is perfectly valid because there are many paradise-like destinations in Asia, it can be a disservice to some places that are much nearer, such as the United Kingdom. If you are short on a budget or don’t want to go too far in your travels for now, perhaps you should consider visiting the following places in the UK:
People from other places would argue, but Yorkshire prides itself as the place in Britain to visit if you want the best food that the country has to offer. Yorkshire has numerous Michelin-starred restaurants and its unique look has inspired many popular painters such as Akinson Grimshaw nd David Hockney.
Cotswolds is the ideal destination if you want to bear witness to the honey-coloured towns and villages of the 21st century. The place covers nearly 800 square miles of counties with beautiful greeneries and rolling hills. Winters in Cotswolds are for pub crawls peppered with hotel discounts, while spring is the season for watching lambs and wild daffodils.
People on vacation during the holidays would do well to drop by Devon. The place offers good food and the great outdoors, while also offering some of the most polite and friendly people in the country. Devon is known for some of the best lamb, venison, pork, and seafood in the UK.
For the best countryside views that Britain has on offer, Lake District is the place to go. It is the ideal location for tourists who enjoy the great outdoors, and Lake District knows it too, which is why they offer leisurely bike rides down country lanes, and also offer guided tours across the scenic hills.
Finally, those who want to dial things down a bit and enjoy sleepy, gentle tours either by car or by strolling can visit Norfolk. The place is notable for its sampling of medieval churches, ruined castles, and half-timbered wool towns. The place can be cold during winter, but there are beach parks that will cater to dog-walkers and hikers.