If you are planning for a tour and find yourself in bewilderment, we are here to help you. One of the preferred destinations that can enthrall you by its beauty and charm is the United Kingdom. The place is rich in history and has the influence of modernity as well. The mannerisms and grandeur of the towns of the United Kingdom are potent enough to charm anyone. Cultural attractions, beaches, gardens, and estates are the magnetisms of the country.
In a recent survey carried out by ‘Great British Staycation Index 2018’ reveals the towns of the UK as some of the most visited tourist destinations across the globe. The factors considered for such ratings were maximum average temperature, average rainfall in the month of July, crime rate, dining facilities, and tourist attractions. If one is a globetrotter and wants to explore the top five destinations of the UK then one can visit the following cities:
Exeter- a cathedral city in Devon
Situated on the banks of river Exe, the city has got many things such as Gothic architechture, Georgian buildings, and business centres. The locations of this city are very charming that encapsulates everything for everyone. Some of the tourist places that can be visited are modern convergent shopping centres, Robert Albert Memorial Museum, buzzing nightlife, vibrant quayside acts, Devon Wildlife, and stylish fine dine restaurants.
Bristol- city that exudes vivacity
Bristol is one of the names that signifies the British culture and mannerisms of the country. The city has many great things to offer. The city is rich in cultural heritage and modernity offering getaways like restaurants, shops, hotels, museums, and the like. Some of the things that you can do in the city are you can enjoy a meal at the Wapping Wharf, climb hundred steps to the top of the Cabot Tower for the view over the city, plan Friday night party at the Milk Thistle, and last but not the least, try cornish scallops at Paco Tapas.
Chelmsford- the county town of Essex
The town has plenty of attractions to offer. The city will keep you regailed for hours with some great choices of places to hangout. You can explore some unique events available for everyone. You can enjoy some great transport links that this city has to offer. Some of the other things that you can do in Chelmsford are a visit to RHS Hyde Hall for a close association with nature, take a stroll in one of the picturesque parks, visit ‘any method’ trout fishery, and explore the 350 miles of coastline if you want to relish one of the longest shorelines.
Brighton and Hove- ready to feel the vibe
You can visit Brighton and find it simple to get around the city. The city has a great vibe encompassing some contemporary designs. The city is famous as England’s most populous seaside resort, with the highest Jedi population. Some of the things that you can do here are savour the opulence of England Royal Pavilion, one who is vegetarian can relish one’s taste buds at Terre à Terre, a visit at i360 tower, go to fine dining at IssacAt, and be the part of Brighton Festival.
Oxford- a heritage in itself
Oxford is a world renowned city and home to the oldest university in the English speaking countries- the University of Oxford. Every scholar, whether in Asia or in the Americas, wants to be a part of this university. The city is one of the fastest growing cities in England and the most ethnically diverse. Matthew Arnold named this city as the ‘city of dreaming spires’. Some of the things that can be done when in Oxford are take a boat trip, indulge in retail therapy, visit to a museum, go on a cycling tour, and much more.
The United Kingdom has much to offer to the one who is ready to explore and fathom the depths of the cities situated here.