Not just London: the least known England

    Not just London: the least known England
    Lesser-known England, far from the attractions of London, hides fascinating destinations that will surprise you. Here are the most interesting destinations.

    There is alesser known england by tourists, which is definitely worth visiting. Although London is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, there are many other destinations worth seeing if you find yourself across the Channel. An example is the town of Brighton, on the south coast of England. The best attraction of this place is undoubtedly the Royal Pavilion, an original oriental building, built as the royal residence of King George IV. Among the coastal towns it is also worth seeing Birchington-on-Sea, Kent. The most picturesque beach is Minnis Bay, famous for its characteristic and colorful beach huts.

    On the opposite side, on the west coast, is the charming Cornwall. This area is home to some of the most beautiful and least known places in England, such as Port Isaac. This charming fishing village is also known for a musical group, Fisherman's Friends, specializing in sea songs. If you are in Cornwall, don't miss the opportunity to visit the Tintagel Castle, in the north of the region. According to legend, this is the place where King Arthur was born. Below the castle there is a beach, bathed by emerald green waters, and Merlin's Cave, Arthur's refuge when he was a child.

    History lovers can't avoid a visit to Stonehenge in Wiltshire, one of the best-known prehistoric sites in the world. Recently, three kilometers from the town, another group of even larger rocks was discovered, called not by chance "superhenge”. Equally famous is the Hadrian's wall, which stretches for 135 kilometres, from Maryport to Tyne and Wear. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this fortification was built in Roman times to protect the northern border of the Empire.

    A trip to lesser-known England should include a visit to one of the region's parks. Among them, the Lake District National Park, located in the county of Cumbria. Here you can take a boat ride on the largest lake in the park, Lake Windermere. If you love nature, you will surely appreciate the park. yorkshire dales, with its waterfalls and limestone caves. One of the most beautiful hikes is the Three Peaks Walk, which lasts 12 hours and stretches for more than 38 kilometers.

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