Winter Wonderland: Places in the UK You Should Visit During Winter

Scottish HighlandsWinter season is just a few months away. As the temperature begins to drop, it is the perfect opportunity to plan your winter holiday. Who does not want to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and just enjoy the season with loved ones?

There are lots of wonderful places in the UK you can visit during the holidays. It is best to plan your itinerary now to avoid any inconveniences during the winter months. Plus, you can have more time to decide where to go, and plan your budget right as well.

Get your winter boots and earmuffs ready. Here are some ideal locations to spend your winter holiday in:

Stained Glass Centre, Yorkshire Coast

The county of Yorkshire is famous for its stately homes and historic houses. Visit the Stained Glass Centre to see how traditional crafts are done and to learn more about it. It is near cosy holiday cottages in Bridlington, so you might want to book a room while you are there.

Scottish Highlands

The Scottish highlands are at their best during winter presenting all sorts of picturesque viewpoints. You can take a train ride from Glasgow or Edinburgh, and then choose which route you like best. Feast your eyes on the marvellous landscapes, lochs, and hillsides covered in snow.

Lincoln Cathedral, Lincoln

For many families in the UK, it is a must to visit the second highest central tower in the UK in Lincoln during winter. The Lincoln Cathedral is astoundingly beautiful with its preserved architecture and regal ambience. Do not forget to buy souvenirs at the Christmas market before you go home.

The UK is home to many wonderful locations worth visiting, and all of them are easily accessible from almost any point in the country. As the winter season beckons, it is best to list down your planned destinations, and prepare yourself for a wonderful winter getaway.

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Jillian Mccluney is a hotel manager in Las Vegas. She has also travelled across Europe and South America.