Brighton

There seem to be a number of YouTubers and bloggers that now live in Brighton or are wanting to move down there. This has meant there is plenty of footage and pictures of the area and gives you an insight into what it's like to live in the town. It seems like the perfect combination of a coastal town that still has enough things to do.

The Lake District

I've been up to the Lakes a couple of times but never had a chance to properly explore the amazing scenery. The first time I went up was for my dissertation research and the second time I went to Center Parcs in Whinfell Forest. I'd love to go back up for a week in a little cabin and travel round the different lakes and go and see the great views. I think the Lake District would also give a bit peace & quiet and the chance to get away from the busy world we live in.

Blackpool

I have seen so much about the different things to do at this coastal resort, but never had the chance to go and visit. Since moving to Liverpool, it's much closer to travel to Blackpool so I'll be definitely making a trip up the coast when the summer arrives. Some of the attractions include the Blackpool Tower, Pleasure Beach and Madam Tussaud's which would keep you busy all day, never-mind if you wanted to chill out on the beach.

Cornwall

I've been down to Dorset and Devon on holiday years ago, but never ventured down as far as Cornwall. I know it would be a very long drive to get down there, especially with the small country roads as you get closer, but I think it would be worth it for holiday. I wouldn't mind too much where in Cornwall I would go, as long as it had a nice beach. I think I'd like to give surfing a go, although I'm pretty sure I would be terrible!

Belfast

I've never been to Northern Ireland before and would love to go at some point. There seems to be so much culture to be part of, such as the many different types of music it boasts. It has countless pubs with a variety of atmospheres to provide something for everyone's taste. It's also got the history as the place the Titanic was built and has the worlds biggest Titanic museum. I'd also like to go and see the Giant's Causeway over there to explore the coastal landscape.

Llandudno

I've been to Wales a number of times now, but have generally only visited places in the south. I've heard that Llandudno is one of the places you need to need to visit if you ever go to Wales. It looks such a nice little seaside town that isn't full of amusements, or has been run down like some other coastal towns. I'd love to go for a week away here in the summer to enjoy the scenery and explore the area, including the close town of Conwy, that has historic landmarks such as the medieval castle. 


Bath

I visited a few years ago with my parents, but age that age, I think I was too young to appreciate what the historic town had to offer. I'd like to go back and fully appreciate it, as there are plenty of things to do including the famous roman style baths. The town is also full of some great architecture which would make for a good photographic opportunity. I'd also like to visit Stonehenge, and seen as it's under an hours drive from Bath, it would be a good chance to see this iconic landmark. 

So these are some of the places I'd like to visit in the UK. If you liked this post, you might also like 5 Places to Visit in the North West and Travel Ideas.