England is one of the countries with the highest amount of cultural and tourist attractions in the world which is why it is one of the most visited by tourists and destinations full of natural spaces. This time we travel north of England. The north of England is usually a good destination to learn English. Among the most prominent cities we find are the following. At the confluence of the rivers Ouse and Foss we find this historic walled city known as York. It is located north of Yorkshire and is known historically to have been inhabited by Vikings. Here we visit the Viking Museum, natural spaces and a variety of stately buildings. In addition, we recommend not to leave this destination without tasting their typical fish and chips.
Manchester is one of the most famous cities of England, especially for its sporting career in football and its colleges. At this location we visit Old Trafford also known as the Theatre of Dreams which is the stage of the legendary Manchester United football team. If we walk through the center of this city we can display many typical houses and green areas, nothing similar to the big cities where natural areas are scarce. We also find shops, bars and restaurants.
Finally, we list one of the most beautiful cities in England, Sheffield. One of its main attractions is aimed at tourists fond of nature and green spaces as it is the Peak District. This park is one of the largest in the country and we can visualize the most important fauna and flora of Destiny. We also find space for hiking and climbing. In addition, we include in our itinerary visiting the Sandygate Road of the Hallam Football Club as it is the oldest stadium in the city. One should also visit the campus of the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University which are the most important in the city which together include more than fifty thousand students.