The most beautiful towns in England

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When we consider England As a holiday destination we always do it thinking of the big cities that can be found there, such as London, Liverpool or Manchester. However, this northern European country has much more to offer. For example, its beautiful towns scattered throughout the territory.

After introducing you to the most beautiful towns in countries of the old continent such as Italy, Holland and France, today we want to focus on beautiful England. Do you want to join us to know some of the best towns in the country? You will not regret!

Castle Combe

Castle CombeWe have to start by talking about what is considered by many to be the most beautiful town in the whole of the UK. And all thanks to its old town with stone houses, a beautiful church medieval and a square where a most picturesque market is held. Only 350 inhabitants live, but in the village there is a hotel called The Manor House Hotel, an accommodation that was built in the 14th century.


Bibury

Bibury
From Bibury, in the county of Gloucestershire, its picturesque streets, the bridge over the River Coln and its houses with stone facades and roofs stand out. steep. In addition, you will love its green surroundings and its ponds and rivers with wild ducks. You can also find small 17th century houses that are still preserved and the remains of an old fort.

Bourton on the Water

Burton on the water
Another town that can not miss on the list is Bourton on the Water, the so-called "Venice of the Cotswolds". On the banks of the Windrush River, a stream running through beautiful bridges low, are the typical country houses, weeping willows and tents made of limestone.

Portloe

Portloe
One of the great secrets of the United Kingdom is Cornwall (Cornwall), a beautiful peninsula located five hours by train from London. Here you can enjoy more than 300 kilometers of impressive coasts, in addition to being able to do a lot of adventure activities. Among many other places, in Cornwall you can enjoy Portloe, a small town with a lot of glamor.


Hawkshead

Hawkshead
Another town we want to talk about is Hawkshead, located in Cumbria, in the Lake District. It is a medieval town with streets cobblestone, beautiful slate-covered houses, medieval squares and arches. In addition, you can visit the ruins of Hawkshead Hall, the Palace of Justice or the Church of San Miguel.

Rye

Rye
Rye is another of those towns that you should not miss if you spend time in England. It is located on a promontory overlooking an impressive swamp. You will love visiting its alleys cobblestone, its houses with small windows and well-kept roofs dating from the 15th century, its windmill and the church clock.

Clovelly

Clovelly
Nor can we forget Clovelly, a small town with steep streets where the cars are prohibited. It highlights its beautiful centennial port and its houses decorated with all kinds of flowers.


Knaresborough

Knaresborough
Another of the most beautiful towns in England is Knaresborough, located in the northeast of the country, specifically in the county of North Yorkshire. We recommend you visit Knaresborough Castle, where you will enjoy some beautiful views to the Nidd river; and the Plumpton Rocks, where you will find areas for walking and strolling and for having your own picnic.

Marlborough

Marlborough
Finally, we are going to talk about Marlborough, a town located in the county of Wiltshire. Legend has it that the mound found there is the place where the famous magician was buried Marline. In fact, the name of the place is said to come from "Barrow Merlin".

Did you like to know some of the towns more pretty from England? Would you add any to the list? Below you can see the location of each one of them, something that will be very useful for you to program the best possible itinerary.

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