You have already explored London’s landmarks and are on the lookout for other interesting places and attractions in London area? Then East England is the right choice. Explore the East of England to East of England include the counties of Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk and parts of Lincolnshire. Did you know that the famous University City of Cambridge is only 80 km away from London? The East of England offers attractions, events and a unique nature experience f? r all ages and f? r all tastes. Visit, for example, one of the extraordinary mansions, or visit the famous cathedrals in Chelmsford, St. Albans or Peterborough. In the many museums and galleries you can also experience the history of eastern England close.
In eastern England you can also find some of the most beautiful gardens of England, for example the Middleton House gardens in Enfield or the Botanical Garden of the University of Cambridge. A ride on the Blue Valley Railway steam train is fun for the whole family ” Norfolk. Or how about a rollercoaster ride directly on the sea? The pleasure Beach “is located in Great Yarmouth, as the name implies, directly on the beach and is one of the top 10 theme parks in England. East of England nature parks and bird sanctuaries delight all nature lovers. They are especially famous for its biodiversity and ideally suited to observe birds. You can visit, for example, the Marston Vale Millennium country park in Bedfordshire and the Lee Valley Regional Park in Hertfordshire.
Or be active! Make a bicycle tour through England’s East or put on your hiking boots and explore the superb hiking routes. If you feel more comfortable on the water, then a Bootsrip or sailing would be right on the pristine coastal and inland waters, perhaps. Throughout the year various events, exhibitions, and festivals take place also. You should see one of the offbeat events anyway, who love the English so much. It can be not inclined enough: of cheese rolling in Gloucestershire over the competition in the pea shooting in Witcham (Cambridgeshire) up to the World Championship in the snail racing in Congham (Norfolk). London attractions