England provides a variety of options for tourists to explore this city. One needs to decide the priority. Find below the list of things you can do in this city.
1. Sea Side Break – This place has a variety of options if you want to go for a sea side break. Enjoy your beach holidays at places like Blackpool, Bournemouth, Bridlington, South Shields and many others.
2. Active Outdoor – England is one of big adventure playground. The activities span from exploring the city on two wheels, two feet, four hooves or, like Mole and Ratty, spend your time simply messing around in boats. The places explore include Liverpool, Cumbria, Hadrian’s Wall country, Peak district, Dolby forests and other places.
3. Romantic Places – If you are on your honeymoon or want to spice up your love life then places like Bath, London, Chester, York are a must visit cities.
4. Cultural Heritage – England is the ultimate for cultural holidays. Enjoy the cities with designer boutiques all around depicting the traditional and latest fashions. Hull, Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester, Portsmouth are some of the cities depicting the culture of England.
5. Rural Escapes – England’s countryside is a place to enjoy the rural England. Country breaks in England’s green and pleasant land are bound to leave you with some of the happiest holiday memories around. While enjoying the rural England you will also come across mouth – watering local food and drink. Some of the cities where you can enjoy the rural England are Lancashire, North Somerset, Hampshire and few others.
6. Gardens – The English gardens are world famous. The gardens have serene lake, green lawns, and amazing floral. Few of them are Capability brown – the most ‘typically English’ are Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s creations – with their expansive lawns, isolated coppices and ubiquitous water features.
Next are the Royal Gardens; a place where you can follow in the footsteps of kings and queens. Each summer Buckingham Palace opens its grand walkways to the public, the air scented by 350 types of wild flower.
Bide-A-Wee Cottage Gardens in Northumberland- This former sandstone quarry has been lovingly restored back to nature by Mark Robson, who planted rough grasses, perennials and ferns – creating quiet, secluded alcoves where you can escape the modern world. Some of the other gardens to explore are Antony house, Trelissick gardens, Fountain abbey garden.