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With endless views, excellent food and natural beauty, if you’re thinking about visiting the Cotswolds, you’ve come to the right place.
There is simply so much to explore and learn about the Cotswolds, from Cotswolds museums to great historic houses, or simply a walk through the streets and back lanes within the beautiful stone towns and villages.
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The Cotswolds is an absolute must-visit for all travellers, whether you’re visiting for the first time or looking for new avenues to explore during your fifth (or even tenth!) visit to the Cotswolds. Often considered the “most beautiful street in England,” Arlington Row, Bibury is easily one of the most iconic sights (and most photographed) in the Cotswolds and a hot favourite for those seeking a UK getaway.
With picture-perfect little cottages, Bibury is a charming, typically Cotswold, village just a short drive from Cirencester.
Beyond Bibury’s iconic cottages, there are so many awe-inspiring views to wake up to and capture during your visit – here are just a few of our favourite suggestions:
Walk The Cotswold Way
This National Trail is a famous walk, offering 100+ miles of scenic strolls and panoramic views of the countryside.
The Most Romantic Street in Britain
Lower Slaughter, a popular postcard-worthy Cotswolds village, is home to ‘the most romantic street in Britain’.
Check out Lavender Season
A total sight for sore eyes, if you’re visiting late April/early May to August, get your camera at the ready for the Cotswolds’ local lavender in bloom.
This medieval castle is located on the bend of the River Avon, in the town of Warwick – first built by William the Conqueror in 1068.
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