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47 Scenic As Hell Places In Britain That Aren't London

This country is truly amazing — London is merely where your plane lands. Visit all of these British Famous places and travel like the locals do.

All the destinations mapped:

1. Loughrigg Fell, a marvelous hike in the Lake District offering spectacular views of Lake Windermere.

2. Cambridge, where you can punt your way across town.

3. Durdle Door, where you can lose yourself in island paradise.

4. Eilean Donan Castle, a 13th-century castle located on an island in Scotland.

5. Looe, a fishing village in Cornwall famous for its seafood.

6. The Glenfinnan Viaduct, which HP fans everywhere should recognize.

7. The Cotswold Wildlife Park & Gardens, where exotic animals wander across an English estate.

8. Bristol Harbour, a vibrant waterside district with food, pubs, and scenery.

9. The Clifton Suspension Bridge, a landmark bridge across the Avon Gorge in Bristol.

10. The Maunsell Sea Forts, a cluster of WWII sea defenses that look like something out of Star Wars.

11. The New Forest, an ancient forestland where wild horses roam.

12. Liverpool Cathedral, the largest Cathedral in the UK.

13. Bath, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Somerset.

14. The Roman Baths, the ancient mineral spring around which the town of Bath was built.

15. Prior Park, a park and garden landscape containing one of only four Palladian Bridge in the world.

16. Oxen Fell, a beautiful vantage point during a walk in the Lake District National Park.

17. The Jurassic Coast, 95 miles of storybook coastline in the southwest of England.

18. Beer, a fishing village nestled in a cove on the Jurassic Coast.

19. Whitby Abbey, the haunting remains of a 13th-century Gothic cathedral that inspired Stoker's Dracula.

20. St. Ives, a popular beach town in Cornwall with emerald tides.

21. Mam Tor, an overlook in the Peak District.

22. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park, a 500-acre outdoor sculpture park in the English countryside.

23. Stanage Edge, a gritstone edge located in the Peak District.

24. Y Lliwedd, an iconic rock face in Snowdonia, Wales.

25. Tresco Abbey Gardens, a tropical paradise off the British Coast carefully constructed to shield plants from the elements.

26. Stonehenge, a mysterious ancient monument that rises from the English countryside.

27. Arthur's Seat, a dramatic hill rising above Edinburgh.

28. Porthgain, a quaint coastal hamlet located in Wales.

29. Cheddar Gorge, a car enthusiast's dream road.

30. Wells Cathedral, a grand and gorgeous cathedral in Somerset.

31. Blenheim Palace, a sprawling palace completed in baroque style, home to one of Europe's most extensive collections of art and antiques.

32. Alderney, an island only 3.5 miles long, teeming with natural beauty and history.

33. Canterbury, a charming cathedral town in Kent.

34. Neist Point, an iconic lighthouse located on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.

35. The Old Man of Storr, a dramatic rock formation on the Isle of Skye in Scotland.

36. Jupiter Artland, an outdoor sculptured landscape in Edinburgh.

37. The 14 Peaks, a group of Welsh mountains over 3,000 feet high that look straight from Lord of the Rings.

38. Mount Snowdon, the tallest of the 14 Peaks, accessible by train.

39. The Radcliffe Camera, a neo-classical building at Oxford University.

40. Gaping Gill, a cave in Yorkshire with a waterfall dropping inside the mouth.

41. Sunbiggin Tarn, a picturesque moor in the Peak District National Park.

42. Chesterton Windmill, a mechanical marvel built in 1632 and located in Warwickshire.

43. Dove Stone Reservoir, a nature preserve outside of Manchester.

44. Spitbank Fort, a 150-year-old sea fort built to defend against the French, which has since become a luxury hotel.

45. Corfe Castle, ancient ruins perched above a historic village.

46. St. Mary's, the largest of the Isles of Scilly, with magnificent beaches and a laid-back atmosphere.

47. And finally: The Cotswolds, an interconnected region of historic hamlets tucked away in the English countryside.

Pick your top 10 places and add them to your bucket list. It's time you explored the Great (British) Outdoors.

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