//The Countryside of the UK is a perfect escape for a New Year

The Countryside of the UK is a perfect escape for a New Year

Most of us pictures Europe trip as to explore the urban that has prolonging histories. We hope to visit museums, monuments and to the market where we can witness the works of infamous fashion designers and other artists. Unfortunately, in influence with these, we brush aside majestic countryside and without noticing the fun and peace ahead.

The countryside of Europe is the perfect escape from the concrete jungle to spend a few days in peace. It is much more comfortable and exotic than you think; there are a few places where you can opt for the perfect countryside experience:

Bibury, Cotswold, England


William Morris stated it as the most beautiful village in England, and indeed, it is among the most beautiful ones. Situated on the bank of River Coln, this place has majestic nature and alluring stone cottage. You need not sacrifice any of the comforts while staying at this place.

Eton, Berkshire, England


This place is spread on the bank of River Thames, and not too far from London. The best part of this place is that you will explore historical buildings along with inevitable nature.  We recommend you to visit Windsor Castle: it will be unforgettable.

Crail, Fife, Scotland


This place is famous for its fishing houses. They are ancient and still beautiful. You will find peace, nature, and luxury all at the same place. Enjoy a big English breakfast, and their delicious cuisines while staying around the friendly people.

Cheshire, Halton, England


Another great escape that will rejuvenate your mind and soul, Cheshire is an infamous destination to explore the countryside of the United Kingdom. Enjoy most delicious cheese, staying at the cozy inns.

The Final Word

Soon, we all will enter into a new year, and many us already have decided to spend their holiday somewhere in peace. For this, traveling to the countryside is a wonderful idea.


Saif Ali is a writer, editor, publisher, and geocultural explorer with an emphasis on travel writing, landscapes imagined and real, memoir, poetry, and lyrical magical realism paired with psychogeography.