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Wiltshire is quintessentially British with such exquisite natural wonders that you can’t help but explore. Notably, there are the Cotswolds. This geographical feature is an area of outstanding natural beauty and includes a great number of experiences.
For instance, there’s the town of Bath, known for its Roman Baths, villages such as Avebury, Tisbury and Castle Comb, the rolling hills of Cranborne Chase and the Marlborough section of the North Wessex Downs.
An important feature, of course, is the city of Salisbury, the medieval home to Stonehenge and a 13th-century cathedral with a well-known spire. Tours, walks and viewings of Stonehenge are available, showing the prehistoric monument in all its 13-feet glory.
Anyone passionate about the outdoors and long, beautiful walks will love the New Forest National Park. Hosting museums, gardens, houses, castles and even theme parks, there’s something for everyone in this otter, owl and pony filled heathland and forest area.
Another key spot to visit in Wiltshire in Longleat. Home and seat to the Marquess of Bath, its stately home is an Elizabethan prodigy house and well-worth a mosey. It is best-known for the Longleat Safari and Adventure Park, where you can catch a look at some lions, monkeys and other exotic wildlife despite being in this cosy, landlocked county in England.