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    19 Places In The UK That Are So Beautiful, I Can't Believe They're Real

    You're gonna want to bookmark this.

    We're only halfway through the year, but 2020 has been a lot. So if you're dreaming about your future travel plans, why not look a little closer to home and add these places to your bucket list!

    🚨 This goes without saying, but wherever you are, be sure to follow government guidelines and use your common sense before making any plans. 🚨

    1. Halnaker, West Sussex.

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    This charming path looks like the perfect spot for a teddy bear's picnic, don't you think?

    2. Brecon Beacons National Park, Wales.

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    You could tell me this was located on a remote tropical island, and I'd believe you.

    3. Kynance Cove, The Lizard, Cornwall.

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    Look how clear the sea is! Plus, you already know that anywhere with "Lizard" in its name is gonna be pretty cool.

    4. Snowdonia National Park, Wales.

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    Watching the sun rise from the highest mountain in England and Wales? Don't mind if I do.

    5. Keswick, Cumbria.

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    This looks like something straight out of a spring water ad.

    6. St Ives, Cornwall.

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    We're both thinking it – who needs Malibu when you've got Cornwall. Look at those blues!

    7. Argyll and Hebrides, Scotland Highlands.

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    I've not seen Lord of the Rings, but I imagine this is the perfect setting to re-enact your favourite scenes.

    8. Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumbria.

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    Cumbria clearly has a lot to offer – these stones are from the Bronze Age!!!

    9. Aurora Borealis, Shetland Islands, Scotland.

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    Who knew you could see the northern lights from British soil?!

    10. Loch Rusky, Scotland.

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    Imagine how peaceful it would be to watch the sunset here, as your rowing boat floated over the loch's lily pads.

    11. Little Venice, West London.

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    As you can see from this picturesque photo, this canal is named after the City of Water for good reasons.

    12. Old Man Of Storr, Isle Of Skye, Scotland.

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    I don't know about you, but I really want to recreate the opening scene of The Sound of Music here.

    13. Tresco Island, The Isles of Scilly, Cornwall.

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    Barbados who? I'm not suggesting we all go there en masse, but Cornwall is top tier, guys.

    14. Pistyll Rhaeadr, Powys, Wales.

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    Everything about this waterfall is just mesmerising.

    15. Dean Village, Edinburgh, Scotland.

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    This looks like something straight out of a storybook!

    16. Fingal's Cave, Staffa, Scotland.

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    This bewitching cave might look like it was designed by an architect, but it was made from lava!

    17. Plockton, Lochalsh, Scotland Highlands.

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    Who knew Scotland had palm trees, eh?

    18. Portmeirion, Gwynedd, North Wales.

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    It may not be in Scotland, but I'm getting strong Ballamory vibes from this town.

    19. The Dark Hedges, County Antrim, Northern Ireland.

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    This looks as forbidden as it does enchanting, and I love it!

    Where's your favourite fairytale spot in the UK? Show and tell in the comments!