England is famous for its beautiful villages, which are very popular among tourists and the city who come here to escape from the city and enjoy the fresh air. And if you, like many others, wish to visit the English countryside, here are 10 of the best places to visit:

1. Polperro (Polperro)
This picturesque village on the edge of the harbor have recognized the prettiest village in Cornwall. The narrow alleys, small cute shops, and walk on water - all this can be found here, as well as a wonderful museum of fishing and smuggling.

2.Kaslton National Park "rocky land"
The village was founded in the 11th century, and quite popular. Especially crowded this summer. There are many attractions such as Castle Peveril, Odin mine or one of four caves in Castleton. Village surrounded by rolling hills, along which you can walk very well, lots of hiking trails, as well as houses for the rest.

Three. Castle Combe, Wiltshire
This village is often called the most beautiful countryside in England. The main attraction here is the castle. In the Middle Ages here flourished wool industry. The village lies in the nature reserve, home to many wild animals.

4. Bilberi, Gloucestershire
This village has been described as an artist-author of the 19th century by William Morris as "the most beautiful village in England." The narrow main street leading down to the river Colne, which is a very beautiful river bridge. Cotswolds - a typical rural village with a church of St. Mary, as well as houses that are here from the 17th century.

5. Clovelly, Devon (Devon)
This is a private village with cobbled streets, there are no cars or mototsiklov.Derevnya built in a cleft of a steep cliff, surrounded by dense wooded arrays, move down to the sea. The narrow alleys are lined with white washed houses, each decorated with colorful shutters. It is also popular with breathtaking views of the sea. Entrance to the village of charge.

6. Amberley, West Sussex
One of the most beautiful villages in the hilly area, located between the hills and mountain Umberlee. The local river is often filled in the winter because of this land is moist and forms a lot of swamps.

7. Lamberhurst, Kent
The village is home to the Castle Scotney, surrounded by a moat, it is - one of the most romantic castles in England. Also, the main attraction is the garden of the 18th century Sprivers Horsmonden, where you can stroll through the wooded area. A well-known vineyard Lamberhurst.

8. Haworth, West Yorkshire
Here is the famous museum of Bronte sisters. Along the cobbled main street of interesting shops, pubs and cafes, located in historic neighborhoods. You can also visit the famous Bronte Falls.

9. Ambleside, Cumbria County, north-west England.
Near the village of Ambleside is 21-meter waterfall that is surrounded by daffodils. On the main street of the village are several small plants and the atmosphere of the countryside.

10. Flatford
This breathtaking village is close to the Eastern Bergholtu in Suffolk and is the most famous place for the period of the 18th century. It flashed around makeshift thatched roof and a wonderful bridge 12th century.

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