UK is a vast country and exploring it completely in one trip is highly impossible. Apart from the main tourist attraction in UK, the countryside of UK is worth having a look. You might visit the London eye but from there you might miss these beautiful towns in UK. Here is the list of top three countryside destinations, you must visit in UK.
Hexham is a market town in Northumberland, England and is situated at the south of River Tyne. This town has notable buildings with beautiful architecture. This historic place has some very interesting historic structures worth noticing. Some of them are Vindolanda, a roman museum. Formerly a key military post on the northern frontier of Britain, Vindolanda is the home of Britain’s ‘Top Treasure’ – the Vindolanda Writing Tablets – and is one Europe’s most important Roman archaeological sites, with live excavations taking place every year. Also, do not miss Roman’s Army Museum. Hexham Abbey is an abbey built in 7th century. To capture some amazing creatures do not miss Falconry days.
Henley- on- Thames
Henley- on – Thames is a town on river Thames in Oxfordshire. If you visit this place, then you have to visit Henley Bridge which is a five arched bridge across the river. After capturing some snaps of the bridge do not miss the River and the Rowing museum, Grey’s court, and the Maharajah’s well. Also, there are few breweries here so you can take up a brewery tour at Chiltern valley or Lovibonds brewery. If you want to capture some natural beauty then visit Stonor Park and Nuffield Place.
Canterbury is historic cathedral city which lies in the heart of the city of Canterbury. This city has innumerable wonderful sites. As the name suggests one of the must have is Canterbury Cathedral. Next in the list of historic monuments you can add St. Augustine’s Abbey, Canterbury Heritage Museum, Eastbridge hospital, St Martin’s church and West gate Museum. If you are nature or animal lover then there is Howlett’s Animal Park in Canterbury where if you are lucky you get to see the wildest of animals. West gate and grey fair gardens are worth visiting. If time permits you can cycle around the country side or visit Whitstable which is a coastal town nearby. In this city you will also find home of Kent cricket, St Lawrence ground.