Located in Hampshire, Exbury Gardens are Heaven on Earth. In this area of 200 acres, you can discover some special collections. And if you decide to visit this place, do not hesitate to take the railway train for a chance to admire hidden gems, like the Summer Lane Garden.
The Cotswolds is one of the most beautiful regions in UK, situated at just 2 hours from London. There are dozens of villages that can be explored: from the Bourton-On-The-Water (the so-called Venice of the Cotswolds) to the Stow-On-The-Wold (where you can visit the Saint Edward’s Church; its arched door is believed to have been the inspiration for the Doors of Durin in Lord of the Rings).
3. Brogdale Collections, Kent
Brogdale Farm is the home for the National Fruit Collection. The orchards are best seen in spring when the trees are in full blossom. What’s more, you can participate in different types of events, including an Easter egg hunt.
Quayside is an area in Newcastle upon Tyne, famous for its 7 bridges. If you don’t feel like walking on the river bank, you can choose to relax at one of the cafes, while admiring the customary seagulls.
The lake district is a peaceful place in Cumbria, surrounded by mountains and valleys. This is ideal for sport lovers, who can climb, walk or explore the lakes in boats, kayaks and paddleboards.
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