The UK has a rich array of different things to see and do. From medieval castles to modern tech fairs; this country has everything you could possible want. But, of course, there’s too much in the UK for one post. So, instead, this post will be looking at the best that the West has to offer. This part of the country is incredibly beautiful; with hills, flatlands, and gorgeous coasts. To help you on your journey, this post will be going through three of the most important things you’ll need for your travels. So, now, you just have to get out there to see some sights.
You can’t think about the UK without your mind falling to its picturesque coastline. And, the West of this Island nation is no exception this idea. You can start your journey to the coast in a busy town, like Weston-Super-Mare. Or, if you prefer somewhere quieter; the villages of Blue Anchor and Watchet could be right up your alley. There are loads of sites to see in this part of the coast, too. This part of the island was used heavily during the World Wars to protect the country from being attacked by sea. This has left loads of unique and interesting relics along the coast. Now, you should be ready for a day of rock pooling and paddling in the cold ocean. But, if not; maybe a city is more to your liking.
The cities in the West are some of the best that England has to offer. Bristol is a bustling hive of activity, with some of the best nightlife in the country. And, numerous spots to catch live music. Bristol is home to longest High Street in Europe, too; making it perfect for avid shoppers. If you want to soak up some history, you could visit Bath. This city was founded by Romans in the very distant past. But, the city remains largely influenced by this ancient civilization; even its name comes from the public baths the Romans built in the city. All of the cities in the area promise relaxed and welcoming atmospheres. And, above all else, they’re some of the safest places in the UK for tourists.
Finding a place to stay in the UK shouldn’t be hard. A lot of towns and cities have numerous hotels. This could be your perfect chance to stay in a boutique hotel, in the middle of the countryside. Or, you might decide to camp; if the weather is good enough. The options to have here are limitless. Most people will opt for local hotels. You will often get the best service in these places. And, you may even get the best prices.
Hopefully, this will give you some inspiration to travel this wondrous part of the UK. A lot of people ignore this part of the country. But, it’s an area which is steeped in both ancient and modern history. The population is generally very welcoming, with very low crime rates as a result. Altogether, this makes for the perfect place for a British holiday. #spon