6. North York Moors National Park
This huge area of Yorkshire in northern England possesses a breathtaking landscape. It’s also famous for its cozy pubs and cafes with intimate meals, hot chocolate cups and warm wood stoves – this is the perfect reward for yourself after a trip of walking or cycling in the middle of cold weather.
After dark, head to Dalby Forest (about an hour’s drive from York to the north or from Middlesbrough to the south). Away from the city lights, this area is known for its impressive starry night sky.
7. The Lake District
Lake District National Park in Cumbria is always worth a visit to take a walk and enjoy the views Spectacular scenery. Keep in mind, however, that even on a clear day, the weather can change dramatically, so wear warm clothes, sturdy shoes or booths that are waterproof – even Even if you’re not planning on camping overnight!
Another great place to ski is the Wollaton Hall and Park area in Nottingham. Located on a hill, this Elizabethan castle and its campus often hold concerts, sporting events, and food and fine arts markets in December.
You can spend the whole day exploring historic towns and villages in Warwickshire at the West Midlands. Visit the Coventry Cathedral with medieval architecture, for example, the ruins of Kenilwoth and the 18th-century Compton Verney House, which has now become an art museum.
Naturally, Shakespeare fans all want to visit the home of this great man, Stratford-upon-Avon, to see a play while escaping from the freezing cold outside – or just to see where they live. of this playwright. Ae Hathaway’s Cottage, right below, is the home of William Shakespeare’s wife and is said to be the place where the two began their love.
In Cardiff, Wales, city parks are a great place to practice snowballing. If you want to get involved in more activities, head to the ice rink and game area in Winter Wonderland. Open until January 5, the amusement park has an ‘Alpine village’ with Swiss chalets, live music and lots of warm food and drinks.