15 beautiful places in the UK outside the capital

Are you going to relax and admire the beauties of Great Britain? You just need to decide where you want to go. London, undoubtedly, is a unique place. It is ready to grab your attention for a few days or even weeks. But the capital is not the whole country. Especially when it comes to Britain.

One of the most powerful tools that allow exchanging information is social networks. And Instagram among them takes a leading position. That is why information about the most beautiful places in the UK, found on the spaces of this network can be considered reliable.

Analysis using hashtag: beautiful, amazing, delightful, stunning and romantic, made it possible to identify several places outside of London that meet these criteria. Due to their beauty and uniqueness, these places can make your holiday unforgettable.

We offer you to get acquainted with these beauties:

15. Dunnottar Castle, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

This is one of the most beautiful historical places not only in Great Britain, but also in Europe. In addition, the fortress on top of the cliffs is the backdrop for which the endless sea is a favorite place for photographers.

14. Lalworth Cave, Dorset, England

This is one of the most famous reliefs of the country. If you are a fan of panoramic views, and for recreation you just need the presence of crystal clear water bodies, then be sure to visit this place.

13. White cliffs of Dover, Kent, England

One of the most impressive gem of Great Britain is the white cliffs of Dover. Be sure to make an incredible and unforgettable walk. And, if you are lucky, then on a clear day you can see the coast of France.

12. Chester Zoo, Chester, England

This is the most visited zoo in the UK. This place has become home to more than twenty thousand endangered and exotic animals. Due to its unique design, it was included in the list of the most beautiful places in this country.

11. Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, England

House of the Duke and the Duchess of Devonshire. It is located in a picturesque countryside. This unique building has more than 120 rooms, including royal public rooms and galleries.

10. Loch Ness, Highlands, Scotland

Most likely while visiting these places you will not meet the legendary monster. But walking or boating will give you a lot of positive impressions.

9. Snowdonia, Gwynedd, Wales

This area is best known for its hiking routes. But, if you want something completely different, then visit the ancient railway, which will open to you exciting places of the national park.

8. Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire, England

The house of the twelfth Duke and the Duchess of Marlborough. This object was recognized as a world heritage and is the birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

7. Stonehenge, Wiltshire, England

This is the most famous monument of prehistoric times in Europe. The most real miracle of the world. Not visiting it is a mistake.

6. Throne of Arthur, Edinburgh, Scotland

This extinct volcano creates an incredible atmosphere. Its peak is at an altitude of about two hundred and fifty meters above sea level. The views of Edinburgh from its slopes simply shake your imagination.

5. Eilean-Donan Castle, Highlands, Scotland

The five most beautiful places are closed by one more stunning landmark. This castle is located at the junction of three impressive lakes in the heart of Scotland.

4. Durdle Door, Dorset, England

Perhaps you do not know the name, but most likely, at least once in your life, you have seen pictures of this stone arch. It is located near the beach and is ideal for visiting a summer day.

3. The Giant Trail, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Here, you seem to take a step into the past. This area is one of the most frequently photographed attractions. It is also the first UNESCO heritage site in Northern Ireland.

2. Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh, Scotland

And again Scotland. This unforgettable place is located right in the middle of the city. But Edinburgh Castle, where the Scottish royal jewelry are stored, is still magnificent and offers visitors a beautiful view of the surrounding area.

1. Clythorpes Beach, Lincolnshire, England

This is the most popular of the most beautiful places in the UK outside of London. Perhaps its name you do not know. But, nevertheless, this quaint resort is the most favorite place for Instagram users to visit.

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