The 8 most beautiful cities in England

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England It is a country that does not leave you indifferent. I know people who have visited and got a bad impression, although the most normal thing is that one returns with good memories and wants to return.

The latter is more likely to happen if you go through some of the 8 cities which I mention below, which in my humble opinion are the most beautiful you will find throughout the English geography.

London

London
The capital of London could not be left out of this list. Big Ben, the London Eye, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Hyde Park ... It is a great city, one of the most visited in the world. And the truth is that it does not surprise me, since every time I visit I am looking forward to spending a long season there.


Cambridge

Cambridge
On the banks of the Cam river it shows us all its beauty. Is a very old university town It is only 80 kilometers from London and has many tourist attractions, such as St. Edward´s Passage, a 13th century alley that was already present in the urban plans that were drawn up in the Middle Ages. Also worth noting is the Church of the Holy Sepulchrem, one of the four round churches that the Templars built in Britain.

Norwich

Norwich
It is a city that surprises you from the first minute. You can regret spending a single day there if you are on the road, since its medieval architecture, which is preserved in perfect condition, manages to capture your attention and makes you want to use the camera constantly.

Bath

Bath
I visited her this past summer and I have to say that I was in for a major surprise. It's like a big town (it has about 90,000 inhabitants) that was declared World Heritage by Unesco in 1987. It has theaters, museums and buildings that leave you speechless. In fact, his skyline, which can be seen from a road near Bath, It is a real spectacle for the beauty of its architecture.


Bristol board

Bristol board
Bristol, the city of the famous anonymous artist Banksy, is usually chosen as the one that offers the best quality of life in the UK according to según The Sunday Times ’. Culture, gastronomy and an undeniable indie spirit make it a special place that is well worth a visit, however fleeting it may be.

Brighton

Brighton
It is on the English coast, an hour by train from London, and that allows it to attract many tourists who are scheduled to visit the English capital. What can you see there to fall in love? The North Laine neighborhood, which is very retro and alternative, or the Brighton Dome, a cultural center where boredom is prohibited. Mind you, Brighton's most popular building is the Royal pavilion, an exotic palace that was built as a residence for George IV of the United Kingdom.

Liverpool

Liverpool
The birthplace of the Beatles is also a place where football is lived with great intensity (see the healthy pique that fans of Liverpool and Everton carry). In addition to being passionate about music and football, the people of Liverpool are also very proud of their cathedrals and churches, their cuisine, their parks and the festivals that take place there.

Manchester

Manchester
Talking about Manchester also tends to lead us to talk about football, since the city's two main teams, United and City, are two of the most powerful in the world. However, if you want to escape the soccer whirlpool you can take refuge in its historical atmosphere, which to a certain extent will remind you of Bath. Castlefield, which is where the Hilton Tower is, it is one of the most recommended areas, but you should also be seen by the John Rylands Library and by the town hall.

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