Posted on March 08, 2016 by Sabina
Cumbria is considered to be one the most stunning regions in the UK, with some of the best walking routes and activities for all ages; but above all, breath-taking views at every turn.
We want you to visit Cumbria this spring!
Following on from the recent flood tragedy Cumbria faced in 2015, recovery work has taken place to restore Cumbria to its full beauty. Local businesses and popular walking destinations are open, operating as normal and are looking as lovely as ever! So what are you waiting for? Rediscover one of the most scenic locations in the UK. #openforbusiness
Whether you visit alone, as a couple or thinking of taking your family, there is so much to do and see while visiting Cumbria. From popular attractions such as 'The World of Beatrix Potter' to taking a trip to the local theatre; or simply pack your walking boots and explore! Do not be fooled into thinking you will be short of exciting and interesting things to do!
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If our words don't encourage you, allow the location itself to do the talking; take a look at our gallery below of the glorious Region!
View from Catbells looking towards Skiddaw in The Lake District, Cumbria.
Summer woodland reflected in a perfectly still Derwent Water with dramatic Latrigg mountain backdrop in the beautiful English Lake District.
Scarth Gap Pass leading to Haystacks and Big Stack, The Lake District, Cumbria
Morning light illuminating traditional dry stone wall, farmers gate in the Lake District, Cumbria.
Montain scenic in the English Lake District, Cumbria
Looking over the roof tops of the town of Ambleside towards the start of the mountain range called The Langdale Pikes, The Lake District, Cumbria
Idyllic english scene with traditional row boats reflected in a perfectly still Derwent Water and dramatic mountain backdrop, Lake District