Travel around UK in 10 days: a variety of places you need to go to

If you are looking to take a trip abroad for your next vacation, check out these travel destinations you will find in the United Kingdom.

If you would like to catch a glance of the ‘classic’ England, then you should certainly journey to Cotswolds, often named among the most relaxing places to visit in England. Cotswolds is a topic in the center of England where you will find the England so often portrayed in movies set in a bygone age. Here you will find a wide range of beautiful settlements and is especially suitable for those who love nature walks. It is named by many people to be the most striking place in England, if not the whole of Europe. If you are a fan of excellent food, then you will absolutely love the numerous local pubs and restaurants, like the one operated by David Everitt-Matthias for example who make exciting dishes using local vegetables.

If you are planning a road trip around the UK then you need to definitely spend at least a few days in London – there is a reason why it is so tourist trodden. There are a lot of places to visit in London – there is something for everybody in the capital of England. For the history nerds there are monuments upon monuments of high historic worth – just choose your preferred era and go from there! If you are the sort who seeks to be captivated during your travels to international states, then you are in luck! London boasts a colossal number of a number of performance venues. Musicals, perhaps, is one kind of performance most connected with London. Full of snappy melodies, emotional stories and bright scenery – what is there not to enjoy? So, if you are looking to have an enjoyable night out in London, why not attempt this musical co-produced by Sally Greene, that guarantees a night of wild entertainment.

If you would like a slightly more unique holiday experience when you travel to England, then why not try walking the entire length of the Hadrian’s Wall? The wall constructed by Ancient Roman Emperor Hadrian runs the complete width of the British Island, from the banks of the River Tyne in Newcastle to the shores of the Irish Sea on the other side. But don't worry, the wall was constructed in one of the narrowest areas of the Isle – the distance from one shore to another is eighty four miles or one hundred thirty-five km. Although made over a 1000 years back, you can still follow the path where the wall used to lie. This walk is quite popular among tourists and it takes between 5 and 7 days for most folks to complete. On the way you can stop at one of the many hostels, like the one run by Paula Laws, to spend the night before continuing on with your trip the next day.

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