Psst… All of these 13 must-visit places in England are those where we’ve been and highly recommend. England is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe, if not the world. I am fortunate to call this country my home and I truly believe these are the 13 must-visit places in England.
Over the last few years, I have made a point of visiting as many of the UK cities as possible. It took me a while to come up with the 13 must-visit places in England as this country as so much to offer. The places we’ve listed below are those we’ve visited on more than one occasion. With that in mind, check out the recommend 13 must-visit places in England.
13 Must-Visit Places in England
England is known around the world mostly for London, football teams, downtown abbey and I dare say, Jane Austen. Being a local, I must admit sometimes I take this fine country for granted, but not more. Here is a list of 13 must-visit places in England, and apologies, it doesn’t contain castles.
Bath is a quaint little town in the southwest of England famous for the natural hot springs. A city designated the UNESCO World Heritage site with the grandest 18th-century Georgian architectural buildings. It is a city bursting with so much history which dates back to the Roman times.
Bristol is the 12th largest city and has been voted as one of the ‘Best places to live’ in England. The city was buzzing with life regardless of the weather and made me want to re-visit.
I lived in Cambridge for over 10 years and absolutely loved it and can’t recommend it enough. Cambridge is known for the top educational institute, the Cambridge University
Blenheim Palace, the only non-royal country house to hold the title of the palace and is a monumental country house in Oxfordshire. The palace is located in Woodstock and was designated the UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987. It was built between 1705 and 1722 as a reward to Churchill for the triumph against the French and Bavarian’s. Currently, it is the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough with John Churchill being the 1st Duke.
Oxford is now my home and has been for the last 4 years, it is such an enchanting city. Located in central southern England, it is known
The Lake District is on the highlands in the mountainous region in the Northern region of England. It is an area known most popular in the UK for many holidaymakers. The Lake District is designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2017.
Bury St Edmunds
Bury St. Edmunds is a market town and home of the Green King Brewery in West Suffolk. One of the highlights of the city is the Cathedral and Abbey gardens which are
The Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument owned by the Crown and part of UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1986. No one knows exactly how the circle came to be and true purpose, it’s still a mystery to be marvelled at. The stones stand at 13 feet each in a ring of standing stones and are regarded as a British cultural icon.
Salisbury is a medieval as well as Cathedral city located in Wiltshire Southern part England. Lying only 9 miles away from the Stonehenge, the city is a tourist spot for many visiting South of England.
Plymouth is home to the University of Plymouth and located in the south coast of Devon. It is a city I can not recommend enough, not only is it vibrant it has
Ami of Ami Rose says, Cornwall for the stunning beaches that make you forget you’re in the UK, the gorgeous coastal walks and of course the Cornish pasties 😍
Hayley of Devon Mama says, don’t miss a trip to the Eden Project and the world’s largest captive rainforest. It’s an amazing place to go (and sneakily educational as well!).
All my visits to Liverpool have been either on the train station or hotel visits for work and nothing more. Thankfully, Graeme of Fitness, Food and Travel have some tips of Liverpool. The hidden gem of the Baltic
Living in Oxford, I am fortunate to be so close to the Cotswold, a great place to visit. A few years ago I visited Castle Comb, a little quaint town in the Cotswold with a beautiful Manor House. I love it because Steven Speilberg made war horse there and there is a circuit close by. Besides, who wouldn’t want to walk around such a gorgeous looking English town?
Looking at the 13 Must Visit Places in England, it’s easy to see why I love it so much. Besides the Cotswold being outstanding natural beauty, the rest of the country has so much to offer. What do you think about these choices, most importantly, which is your favourite? Because as I said, I am definitely biased because I have visited all of these places.