Autumn in Britain

Happy autumn, everyone! Fall is one the most-awaited seasons of many people. Nature opening up its paint box in an array of browns, pinks, oranges, auburns, yellows, ochers and olives looks so beautiful and relaxing. We love it, because after a boiling summer what we all miss are warm clothes, hot coffee, walks under umbrella in rainy days, and the whispers of falling leaves…

British autumn also boasts with its stunning scenery and soothes every soul. Today we intend to recommend you some places, if you would like to see the real beauty of this amazing season in Britain.

King Alfred’s Tower walk: Stourhead, Wiltshire is one of the most popular sites for autumn colors. Here a walk will take you to woodlands and King Alfred’s Tower where you enjoy watching the sunlight gleaming through the trees. Also, don’t forget to visit the landscape garden to the reflection of autumn colors on the lake.

National Memorial Arboretum is as we know the remembrance for Britain’s military dead. But this is also home for more than 30,000 trees and autumn – naturally – is their moment to shine.

Westonbirt National Arboretum, Gloucestershire. With more than 16,000 types of trees and shrubs over 600 acres of woodland, this is a great place to be in your leisure time in this time of the year.

Thetford Forest straddling the border between Norfolk and Suffolk, Wye Valley, The Cotswolds, Dove Crag in the Simonside Hills, Northumberland National Park, Bodenham Arboretum, and Worcestershire are also one of the most-visited travel destinations in autumn.

Wishing to pay a visit? Then don’t hesitate to contact us and we will pick you up to anywhere you are interested!

Sherzod Karimov

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