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Best place to visit in UK on Feb and March

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1. Posted by bit (Budding Member 4 posts) 7y


I plan to visit UK in another 1 weeks. What is the best place to go in Febrauary and March? i will have 4 weeks to travel. Very welcome the comment and idea. Thanks.

2. Posted by bwiiian (Travel Guru 768 posts) 7y

Everywhere in the UK will be cold at that time, so just decied where you want to go and go. I would probably stay away from traditional seaside towns at that time of year but apart from that I wouldn't say anywhere is better than anywhere else at that time of year.

3. Posted by Nellea (Inactive 1 posts) 7y

What about Cambridge? It's still a lovely city:) Even in february:)

[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please. ]

4. Posted by gaviscon (Budding Member 68 posts) 7y

bwiiian is right.

5. Posted by Sio (Budding Member 31 posts) 7y

Are you looking for some general UK advice?

Completely depends what your preferences are. City travel? Walking in the countryside? Will you be using rail/bus/car?

Places that are too good to miss, in my opinion are Edinburgh (and the highlands if you have time), the Lake District (car preferable but buses do exist) and then on down south which I'm less familiar with. Oxford and Cambridge both nice scenic towns. London, of course as a tourist. Might be worth going to Wales for a few days. In four weeks I'm sure you will have enough time for that.

Liverpool and Manchester are pretty cool also if you like a bit of night life/are a football fan!

As long as it's not raining the seaside towns should be nice this time of year but a bit empty I would imagine.

6. Posted by bit (Budding Member 4 posts) 7y

I would prefer countryside. However my friend said at this feb and march Edinburgh is very cold. Sigh......
Anyway thanks for advice. I never know that Cambridge and Oxford have a nice town scenic. :)

7. Posted by mim (Travel Guru 1276 posts) 7y

Try Devon or the moors, bit more southern will be milder (less colderer) ;)


8. Posted by blogtastic (First Time Poster 1 posts) 7y


The Lake District is a must see for your visit to the UK. STunning scenery and en-route to Edinburgh if you are going that way.

Would reccomend that you visit Grasmere during your stay and maybe walk to the top of Orrest Head, u can see the whole of Windermere in all its glory. Would reccomend the YHA in Ambleside if you are on a budget or if you are splashing out.

Lucys restaurant in AMbleside is also excellent for food and the beatrix potter museam in Bowness is good for kids!

9. Posted by Carre (Budding Member 2 posts) 7y

Which part of the UK are you going to visit?
I would recommend you to visit Blackpool. It's on the North, but really worth seeing! i've been there this summer and had a wonderful time. It's called little Las Vegas lol :) There's a huge entertainment centre with big roallercoasters! I loved them! And if you'll go to North then don't forget to visit Liverpool and The Cavern pub - place, where The Beatles started their worldwide career:)

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