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England: Yorkshire Dales – Paradise for Walks in Nature
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Yorkshire Dales National Park is close to the historic city of York. The whole is interwoven with a network of hiking trails, waiting for you countless romantic valleys and rounded hills, green pastures and ubiquitous sheep. So far, around 2,500 caves have been discovered, the longest of which is 87 kilometers. There is also a railway running through the park, with steam trains. If you don't want to walk, driving will be a great experience for you.
England's largest national park attracts the most beautiful views, deep valleys and some sixty crystal clear lakes. There are many organic farms and microbreweries, it is also a gourmet paradise. I stopped there on my way to Scotland and at the first moment I felt pitty that I didn't reserve more time.
Today, we continue in our getting around Manchester. First, we visit Heaton Park. Its 250 hectares makes it the largest park in Manchester. At the heart of the park, there is Heaton Hall, a neo-classical chateau made of sand stone. It is not open to the public at the present. In the park, there are many original buildings which received renovation. Moreover, there is a golf course, a observatory, or a museum.
Visit Yorkshire Dales National Park near the beautiful historic city of York in central England. There is a peaceful and beautiful green English countryside and dozens of opportunities for easy relaxing walks.
The ancient city of York is the main city of northern England. There are amazingly well-preserved walls, altogether 5 kilometers long. This makes them the longest walls in Great Britain. You can even take a walk on them and it would be a walk long to remember. The wall was built in the 14th century and follows the places Roman buildings sites. Four original gates are also preserved.