9 Most Romantic Places In British
I believe that everyone yearns for the romantic British complex. Today I’ll bring you the “Top 9 Most Romantic Places In British” voted by the British people!
As one of the most famous tourist destinations in Britain, the Lake District is like a string of pearls on the land of England, attracting tourists from all over the world.
It seems that when it comes to the beautiful natural scenery of Britain, it is always mention the Lake District. The scenery of the lake area including mountains and rivers and pastoral. Mountains, lakes, country lanes, cottages and blue sky and white clouds, all these elements are combined to form the picture of the lake area. And this beautiful paradise has also bred many cultural celebrities, it’s home of the famous author Beatrice Porter and the world-known fairy tale “Peter Rabbit” !
Located in the most southwestern corner of England, is really a fantastic place.
The small corner protruding from the bottom left of the map of the United Kingdom is relatively warmer because it is located to the south. In summer, the great seaside scenery even has a touch of exoticism. There is the geographic border of the United Kingdom, “Land’s End—the end of the world” is here. It can be seen from the map that it is a peninsula deep into the Atlantic Ocean, almost completely surrounded by the ocean, with magnificent coastal landscape, beautiful islands and beaches. Many movies have been filmed here. We can say, many small seaside towns in Cornwall are romantic.
The Cotswolds has the reputation of “the most beautiful country in Britain“.
The landscape mainly includes stone made villages, historical towns, and magnificent buildings and gardens. There is no hustle and bustle like in big city, no shopping malls, but quiet, comfortable and cozy. It is definitely the place to sink the soul and thought.
The main attractions include Bourton-on-water, The Model Village, Snowshill Lavender, The Village of Bibury, Cotswold Wildlife Park and Gardens, Castle Combe Village and Stratford-upon Avon. Cotswolds have unique beauty throughout the year and across the seasons, so that no matter when you come, you will experience the charming of the small villages.
London is really a city that makes people “love and hate”.
I love its cultural accumulation and inclusiveness, cultures all over the world have developed and blended here, and you can find delicious food from all over the world. The bustling markets on weekends, world-class museums, and street performers all exude charming charm.We can say, “Tired of London, Tired of life”. London is the meeting point of nature, history, culture, and modernity. It is an international metropolis with multicultural integration. There are so many things you can’t miss in London, just make your wallet prepared.
Isle of Skye
Sky Island is one of the most famous and popular holiday destinations in the UK.
The beginning of the film “Prometheus” was filmed here. It is said that Sky Island has been inhabited since the Stone Age. It has a very glorious human history. The MacLeod and Macdonald families once ruled here for a long time. It is very suitable for hiking, but there is no exact hiking route, feel free to walk by yourself and enjoy it by yourself, but don’t miss the scenery of Broadford Town and the colorful harbor of Portree Town, as well as the beaches and straits. The Scottish Highlands also have amazing natural landscapes such as Loch Ness and Glencoe Gorge, and historical Edinburgh Holyrood Palace and St Giles Cathedral.
Experience the Scottish atmosphere with your loved one, tasting the local Whiskey, watching the man in a kilt playing bagpipes on the street, feeling like walking in history, so romantic.
Do you think this picture is familiar? This is the filming location of Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter movie, right on The Shambles in York. Speaking of York, there are so many good places worth visiting, especially York Minster, which has the largest area of stained glass windows in the world. On the 70 meters high central tower, you can have a panoramic view of the ancient York City. The rural scenery around York is so great, why not find a small hotel to stay and relax for a few days.
Devon is a county located in the southwest of England. Plymouth and Exeter are the first and second largest cities in Devon respectively. Jurassic Coast in Devon， which was selected as a World Natural Heritage Site in 2001, is also the only natural heritage site in England. The famous Jurassic coastline hiking route is here.
Devon has many coastal resorts and some historical cities, along with the local mild weather, making this place has always been popular with tourists from all over the world. Going to Plymouth or Exeter to experience the urban style, or to admire the natural scenery on the Jurassic Coast, both are good ways to experience Devon.
As the seat of Oxford University, one of the world’s top universities, Oxford is simple, quiet and full of a strong academic atmosphere. Various of colleges of the University of Oxford are distributed in different locations in the town, making Oxford a veritable “study city”. And here is also the origin of the fairy tale “Alice in Wonderland”. Oxford is not big, but still has many places to visit. You can walk along the many colleges, experience academic culture, and take a tour with Alice as the theme.
Brighton is definitely on the list of “Romantic Cities”. Brighton not only has seafood, but also beautiful sea views. Apart from it’s cultural, there are many interesting antique shops to hunter for treasures.
The Seven Sisters white cliffs is not far away, and the British Airways i360 high-altitude viewing platform by the Brighton seaside, these all increase attractiveness of Brighton . Imagine sitting on a Ferris wheel by the sea with your lover to watch the sunset, and then going to a romantic restaurant to have a seafood dinner. How beautiful and romantic day!
Britain has not always been associated with romance, but in fact, Britain can also be very romantic. Just need you to stay and experience it in life.