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East

Unfurling gently eastwards to the sea, the vast flatlands of East Anglia are a rich web of lush farmland, melancholy Fens, and sparkling rivers. The area is justly famous for…

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The Lake District

No part of the country is more distinguished by its sublimity’, mused the grand old bard of the lakes, William Wordsworth, and a couple of centuries on his words still…

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London

Everyone comes to London with preconceptions shaped by a multitude of books, movies, TV shows and songs. Whatever yours are, prepare to have them exploded by this endlessly fascinating, amorphous…

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The Midlands

If you’re searching for quintessential English landscapes – green valleys, chocolate-box villages of wonky black-and-white timbered houses, woodlands steeped in legend such as Nottinghamshire’s Sherwood Forest, and stately homes that…

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Northeast

The irrepressible city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne anchors England’s northeast. Set on the mighty River Tyne, this former industrial powerhouse’s steep hills are lined with handsome Victorian buildings, and many of its…

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Northwest

Two rival cities with rich traditions, a medieval masterpiece, an island unto itself, and some of the finest countryside in England…this is just a flavor of what the northwest has…

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Oxford & The Cotswolds

Sprinkled with gorgeous little villages, this part of the country is as close to the old-world English idyll as you’ll get. It’s a haven of rolling green-cloaked hills, rose-clad cottages,…

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Southeast

Rolling chalk hills, venerable Victorian resorts, fields of hops and grapes sweetening in the sun: welcome to England’s southeast, four soothing counties’ worth of country houses, fairy-tale castles, and the…

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Southwest

England’s southwest is simply spectacular. Here the past is ever-present – prepare for close encounters with iconic stone circles, Iron Age hill forts, and Roman baths. Blockbuster stately homes border…

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Yorkshire

Yorkshire is the largest of England’s historic counties. At its heart is the ancient city of York, with its Gothic cathedral and medieval city walls. To the west is the…

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