Most people will know that the iconic pop group of the ‘60’s The Beatles come from Liverpool and unsurprisingly there is a Beatles Trail. Explore all the spots that inspired their music.
England’s first national park, The Lake District in Cumbria is unique with its rolling hills, rugged areas and sweeping lakes all interspersed with cute villages, Scafell Pike, England’s tallest mountain is also in the Lake District.
An area of outstanding natural beauty AONB, the natural beauty is enhanced by the honey-coloured natural stone that many of the houses are built from.
Mermaid Street with its timber framed houses, many with unusual names giving a taste of the history of the place, these days the town is peaceful and gentle, picturesque and a great place for taking photos.
Nestled in steep tree lined cliffs, Stunningly pretty Clovelly’s cobbled, steep, main street barely more than a path in places is flanked by pretty mostly terraced cottages, some with little shops and galleries and of course cafes.
England’s Jurassic coast is a World Heritage Site (UNESCO) and of tremendous historical interest and importance due to the access it gives scientists to the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.
Lindisfarne Castle built in the 1500’s is what dominates the island from a mainland viewpoint and is now in the care of the National Trust.
Birmingham Back to Backs, are a step back in time. The little houses offer an interesting insight into the lives of the Birmingham working classes between the 1840’s and 1970’s.