There’s something so unbelievably gorgeous about England. Its rugged cliffs, expansive green stretches and golden beaches are mesmerizing enough to have inspired the world’s best known painters, poets, writers and filmmakers alike. Every corner of the country boasts unmatched charm, worthy of making its way directly to your bucket list. If you’re considering hotels in Central London, here are 5 other English cities that must also be on your travel list:
Think buzzing beach huts, landscaped Victorian parks and golden sands as far as the eye can see – this is Bournemouth for you. Perfect for a British holiday by the beach, this beautiful English town is a great way to escape the cold and enjoy a relaxed vacation. The city is often warmer compared to the rest of the country and is interestingly home to the world’s first and only pier to shore zip line.
Brighton is an ancient English town best known for being among the most important fishing village centers. Today, it is dotted with vibrant bars and quirky shops that draw a young crowd from around the country. The best part about this city is that it has an active nightlife all year round, with a chance to choose between great music, theatre, art and more.
Not many cities match up to the beauty of Cambridge. Enjoy a fun picnic by River Cam as you soak in the British sun. Don’t forget to enjoy the classic Cambridge activity of punting on the river. The city is widely known for its beautiful college buildings and a buzzing student circuit that brings life to the food and bar scene.
Cardiff is best known for its awe-inspiring historic castle and its innovative arts landscape. Spend your time watching an entertaining performance at the Millenium Centre, catch a nail biting match at Principality Stadium or take a moment to stop and stare in the Norman keep of Cardiff Castle – there’s so much this beautiful city has to offer. The Welsh Assembly building is an absolute stunner with its state of the art structure and photo worthy view. You can also visit the National Museum Cardiff, St Fagans National History Museum or one of many welcoming art galleries in the city.
Derby is definitely a must visit city when in England. Its restaurants and pubs are popular all around the country for their friendly vibe and delicious food. Many would argue that this is where you can try the best ale in the World. There are numerous ale houses around the city that you can choose from. Make sure to check out the Cathedral Quarter for independent art galleries, great cafes and cultural centres. Derby also has a very rich cultural past, being the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and The Silk Mill (the world’s first factory).
Among the best hotels near Tower Bridge, The LaLiT London presents the perfect starting point for your Great British exploration! Get a good start and discover the best that England has to offer.