North West England

North West England

Old Trafford Football Stadium which belongs to Manchester United Football Club is the first thing which came to my mind when I was planning to visit Manchester, Liverpool, Blackpool Tower, Cheshire, Cumbria & Lancaster. North West England is one of the major regions in England. After South East & London, this region is the most populated region in England.

North West England is famous for its major sea sides which include Birkenhead, Blackpool, Barrow-in-Furness, Whitehaven, Workington, Morecambe, Southport & Liverpool. Sea ferries are most attractive part of visiting these places. Blackpool amusements, Liverpool docks & Isle of Man coast are the part of attraction for visitors in North West England.

Manchester has an international airport from which tourists can plan their travel to this region of England. This region has a lot to learn about its history and that’s also possible by visiting town centre of each city. Town centre shows local living environment with modern ways of livelihood.

Places to visit in North West England:

  • Hadrian’s Wall – The North Most Limit of Roman Empire – Built in 2nd Century A.D..
  • York - For Architecture Lovers
  • Beatles Story – Tells story about four sons of Liverpool who changed the culture here
  • Pier Head – Liverpool Transport Hub
  • Merseyside Ferries – Ferry service for tourist to experience ferry travel across the sea
  • Manchester United Museum & Stadium - Lord’s place for football lovers at Old Trafford
  • U Boat Story – Real German Submarine of World War II
  • Spaceport – Spaceport at Liverpool for Science Fiction lovers
  • Durham Castle – Castle built by William the Conqueror in 1072
  • Aysgarth Falls – Inspiration for Robin Hood’s Stories

These are famous but not limited places in North West England to visit. North West England has lots of interesting places to visit in its pocket such as Housesteads fort, Middleham castle, Northumberland National Park, Old Sarum, Yorkshire Dales National Park, John Rylands Library, Liverpool Cathedral, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Museum and lots of historical places. 


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