After a noisy city, so nice to be outdoors. Wander through the quiet forest paths, listening to the birds, breathe the fresh air. All this can be done in a large park, away from human vanity. The Times published the top 5 the most popular parks in the UK. Look at them.
The New Forest This National Park is situated between Southampton and Bournemouth on the south coast of the island. This is a unique wildlife area,which prohibited any human interference in natural life of wild animals. Tourists can enjoy the beauty of old oaks and beeches, which are more than 300 years old
Park Exmoor O ne of the few surviving forests in England, where it grows over 900 species of flowers and shrubs. The park includes an amazing and diverse landscape of forests, swamps, mountains, rivers and mountains with breathtaking waterfalls Exmoor valuable their historical significance, in its territory are 208 ancient monuments and 16 nature reserves
Brecon Beacons Welsh Reserve Brecon Beacons, in which there are four mountain ranges, grazing sheep. You can photographing the most beautiful lighthouses, go down into the gorge of some caves or sail a canoe on a mountain river, make a horse ride a horse or pony to the Black Mountain, see the sights of these places, such as Raglan Castle and Brecon Cathedral.
Distrik Peak This is the oldest national park UK attracts tourists from around the world as a historic district. There are hundreds of historical monuments, stately homes, magnificent monasteries and villages in the reconstruction of different ages. Travelers can offer long hikes, fishing, horseback riding, even on the fly gliders or paraglides. There is a lesson for everyone.
Cairngorms Park Cairngorms Park, which is located in the eastern highlands Scotland. Its ideal place for mountaineering, hiking in the mountains, observations of birds and animals, and in winter sports.