Cheshire boasts a rich heritage and plentiful attractions. Visit Chester’s Roman city walls, Chester Zoo, Jodrell Bank Observatory, Blue Planet Aquarium and Cheshire Ice Cream Farm!
Cumbria & Lake District
Discover the awe-inspiring Lake District, with England’s highest mountain and deepest lake; hosting an abundance of outdoors activities. The Eden Valley is one of Cumbria’s best-kept secrets.
Birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, Manchester is bursting with culture, diversity and character, plus world-class restaurants, bars, shops, museums, galleries and world-class festivals.
The Lake District is the UK’s most visited National Park, with a spectacular upland landscape of fells, valleys, glacial lakes, stone walled fields, woodland and a plethora of attractions and activities for all ages and interests.
County of the Red Rose; home to the beautiful West Pennines, Forest of Bowland and a stunning coastline. See the famous Blackpool Illuminations and taste Lancashire Hotpot!
Home of The Beatles and a UNESCO Maritime Mercantile City World Heritage Site, Merseyside has world-class attractions, a great sporting history, excellent shopping and lush outdoor spaces.
This narrow coastal strip of land is a haven of tranquillity with welcoming locals, an abundant wildlife, limitless outdoors activities and panoramic views across the Solway Firth to Scotland’s Galloway Hills.