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This part of England was at the heart of the Industrial Revolution, today the cities ‘up north’ are more famous for their great nightlife and history and the countryside dazzles with rolling green fields, drystone walls, majestic mountains and tranquil lakes. North of England has five national parks, one of the biggest in England, the tallest peak and the deepest lake. It also has the oldest ghost and no less than 25 heritage railways.
You'll love exploring this totally rejuvenated city. Discover the magnificent UNESCO listed Albert Dock area where many of the city’s attractions are concentrated, explore the famous Beatles haunts and shop at Liverpool ONE shopping district with over 160 fantastic stores. Local Liverpudlians are sports mad and the city is home to two Premier League football teams – Liverpool FC and Everton FC.
The landscape of lakes, waterfalls and woodland will inspire you, just as it has some of Britain’s most beloved writers, including William Wordsworth and Beatrix Potter. It is this tapestry of scenic beauty and historic heritage that stretches back to the Stone Age which makes the Lake District so special. Nestled in the hills and beside the shores of the more than 20 major lakes are picturesque towns and villages. Windermere or Ambleside would make ideal bases to explore further afield.
York is a fascinating city with its Roman ruins, award winning Jorvik Viking Centre and glorious Minster glowing with 800-year-old stained glass; be dwarfed by one of the world’s largest steam engines at the National Railway Museum and stroll through a medieval street. This North England city is the gateway to some stunning countryside. Follow in the footsteps of Captain Cook at Whitby, explore the atmospheric ruins of Fountains Abbey or roam the North Yorkshire Moors.
Liverpool is The Beatles' hometown and is studded with sites connected to the Fab Four. Make sure to check out The Cavern Club where they got their start and you can listen to tribute bands, The Beatles Story, Penny Lane and the barber shop mentioned in the song, and John and Paul’s childhood homes.
One of England’s grandest stately homes an easy day trip from York. Stroll through the gardens, take a summer boat ride on the Great Lake and tour the interior with a guide.
Either by foot or vintage bus, visit notorious haunts of restless spirits, hear spine-chilling tales of these ghostly apparitions who are said to roam ’the most haunted city in the world’.
Renowned for its magnificent scenery, you will marvel at the dramatic mountain passes, the huge barren valleys and gorgeous serene lakes. Enjoy a cruise on Ullswater, The Queen of the Lakes, and explore the ancient town of Keswick and the delightful village of Grasmere.
The Yorkshire Dales is an area of Northern England dissected by numerous valleys and famous for its stone walls. Spend the day exploring, see the famous Carlisle Railway and the spectacular viaducts before heading down through the valley to the small market town of Reeth.
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