Cities for Outdoor Enthusiasts in United Kingdom
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- 11896 reviews
Love walking around, window shopping, having tea and looking at nice people walking around
- 28 reviews
Sure, it's kitschy in places, but not to be missed. Beautiful scenery and lovely coastal walks. Be careful with the weather though as it can get quite fierce.
- 36 reviews
a beautiful National Park full with traditional sights and the train up to the peak. can be crowded in the mid summer season. but it is very nice to walk down and see the magnificent views around you
- 48 reviews
Perth is a small Scottish City of 45000 people. Stunningly situated on the banks of the River Tay Perth is the gateway to the Scottish Highlands and is well worth a stop to explore and stay over. It has a large range of excellent local places to eat and stay
- 56 reviews
Perfect for a nice day trip if your staying a while in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield or Birmingham.
- 62 reviews
Nice little place to wander through. Additional the walk to the valley of the rocks, next to the sea and Wales on the other side. Lots of climbing goats, beautifull seavieuw and impressive rocks!
- 74 reviews
This is an excellent place to go for camping and outdoors activities. Beautiful scenery! While I was there with my cousin and grandfather we did a lot of biking and kayaking. Had a great time. If you like hiking then the Old Man of Coniston is a must.
- 810 reviews
I think Aberdeen is the most impressive of the Scottish cities with the granite buildings and stone streets. Beautiful and strangely haunting and well worth a day or two.
- 94 reviews
Pitlochry is a buzzing little Scottish Town just of the main trunk road heading to the north of Scotland. It has been a tourist destination for many years and has a great range of accommodation and places to eat as well as a well respected theatre. It is the start point of a large 5000 people cycle race every year ...
- 101 review
Undiscovered, idyllic seaside town in East Sussex between Rye and Hastings. Wonderful day out. Technically the smallest town in England. The church, which was originally meant as a cathedral, but unfinished, is amazing and has lots of green men.
- 111 review
Probably one of the most beautiful little towns I've ever stumbled upon. My bike ride led me straight through the golf course and past many incredible houses. I would love to return here for a little luxury relaxation!
- 121 review
what a great view, easy road, good food, seals, fresh air
- 1319 reviews
Very scenic town and probably the only one worth mentioning this far north in Scotland. Beautiful firth with the occasional whale or dolphin. Just go in summer!
- 144 reviews
If Santa Monica Beach and San Francisco had an English baby this would be it. Brighton and Hove are two neighboring towns, on the south coast of Britain, collectively known as "London by the Sea". That's because it is where Londoners go for long weekends in the summer. And considering it is only an hour's train ride away (for as ...
- 156 reviews
Great base for highland adventures in either winter or summer. Near a decent ski resort, but mostly known for fell walking. Lots of places to stay at all price points.
- 165 reviews
Great, livable city at the Scottish/English border. Close to Hadrian's Wall and a good jumping off point for the Lake District. Nice cathedral and impressive castle too.
- 172 reviews
- 182 reviews
Smallish town, but lots of good walking near by. Also great area for pheasant shoots and other country sports. They used to do a lot of hare-coursing here, but that's no longer legal so instead it's mostly birds.
- 192 reviews
A cute town that is a leisurely 30+ mile ride from Edinburgh. If you tire yourself, it is easy to take the train back. The town itself offers lots of cultural and outdoorsy activities such as bird tours, a hike of the North Berwick Law and more.
- 20234 reviews
I lived outside of Edinburgh in my 20s. Love love love this city!