Cumbria is a lovely part of North-West England described by vast green valleys and lakes giving the county paramount natural beauty. More specifically, its Lake District is a national park visited by many travelers every year both British and foreigners. What is recommend is walking along the lakeside during a calm afternoon or taking a detour towards the coast and enjoying a sunset by the beaches of South Walney. Another charming option is to opt for visit to one of the county’s historical castles. Yup, there’s many and although some are ruin, they hold great cultural value and retain their medieval beauty.
What is your impression of Cumbria fellow lazy penguins?
5. Bassenthwaite Lake