The northern portion of England has a distinctly different feel to it than ‘Down South’. northern England was the driving force of the Industrial Revolution, evidence of this can still be found today.

Outside some of the largest cities in the UK, you will find stunning landscape, rolling hills, lakes and peaks. This area includes a number of counties, including Cheshire, Tyne and Wear, Merseyside, North Yorkshire, Cumbria and Lancashire.

Beyond the stereotypes of rain and football, the north of England is an exciting and vibrant part of the UK, with buzzing cities, , pretty countryside and much loved seaside resorts. Manchester is has firmly become an example of modern British urban design, with a great music scene and exciting nightlife. Liverpool is one of the best representations of British Industry, yet at the same time the regeneration of the city has put it at the forefront of British culture.

Travel south of Manchester and into the rolling green hills of the Pennines, before heading back north to Blackpool, one of England’s most iconic seaside town, just 45 minutes from the impressive lake District. If you decide to head East you can find yourself in the North York Moors, stretching from the Hambleton Hills to the cliff edge coastline of North Yorkshire.

The North of England provides more experiences than anyone could list, this is somewhere you will have to explore for yourselves!