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We’ve rounded up some top travel bloggers who spilled the beans on their favourite destinations in England, from bustling cities to off-the-beaten-track villages.
Travel there during the summer, and you’re bound to stumble upon a festival like the weekend-long Harbour Fest that provides non-stop free entertainment, or the stunning International Balloon Fiesta, which sees hundreds of hot air balloons taking to the skies.I grew up in Weymouth, a cute little seaside town with loads of vintage charm, so I might be a little bit biased.Nonetheless, I genuinely think this is one of the most beautiful parts of the UK!As well as the Jane Austen Centre, which is great fun, fans should also take a trip to the Bath Assembly Rooms.These gorgeous Georgian ballrooms were the setting for scenes from two of her novels (Persuasion and Northanger Abbey).This is a narrow gauge steam train ride, a journey you won’t find anywhere else in the UK.
Once you’ve finished canyoning, hiking or cycling around the beautiful countryside, the Lake District is full of cosy, welcoming pubs that serve more real ale than you can shake a stick at.
Then there’s all the lovely Georgian architecture – I love The Circus, and of course, there’s the famous Royal Crescent.
Just go for a walk around the city centre and enjoy it all.
It’s one of my favourite places in the county and not a lot of people even know it’s there – a ghost village abandoned during WWII where you can explore the ruined houses and the beautifully restored 1940’s schoolroom.
Dorset can be reached by a quick 40 minute drive from Bournemouth.
And of course, you can’t miss the Roman Baths to learn all about the history of my favourite spa town.