England travel guide




England Travel Guide

North West

The North West of England is a vibrant region, contrasted by beauty of dramatic landscapes around the region and the modernity of its major cities. This part of England encompasses the dramatic splendour of the Lake District, the historical towns of Chester and Lancaster, the industrial heritage of Manchester and Merseyside and the most popular seaside resort of England, Blackpool.

The region boasts splendid architectural heritage and cultural legacy, such as the walled city of Chester with its medieval architecture, Lancaster town and the Lancaster Castle, and many historical, streets and buildings more.

North West region has stunning countryside and coastline, five National Parks and its own magical island. The Lake District located in Cumbria offers starring views of mountains reflected in tranquil lakes and the best opportunity to practice walking and cycling along the mile of footpaths and ways that it offer to discover the fascinating landscapes and wildlife of unspoilt villages.

Manchester and Liverpool, house of the world famous band “The Beatles”, are two of England's most dynamic spots, with stunning old architecture alongside modern museums, art galleries, restaurants and a thriving nightlife.

Chester with its distinct black and white Tudor architecture and Norman Cathedral is the heart of Cheshire, a county rich in gardens and manor houses including Tatton Park with its wonderful annual flower show, a place worth to be visited.

Unfoundedly the North West region has something to offer to everyone.

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