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CORNWALL - the best insider tips for vacation, holiday & travel

Cornwall in Southwest UK has been a famous holiday destination for centuries. The Cornish duchy is known for its serene estuaries, rich and colourful Celtic culture, iconic gardens, and its dramatic 300 mile coastline dotted with charming fishing villages and medieval harbours in between astonishing cliffs and dunes, Beautiful artsy city of St.Ives as well record numbers of Teutonic tourists have been visiting Devon and Cornwall because o hugely popular TV films adaptated from English romance writer Rosamunde Pilcher by ZDF television for Germany. There are numerous activities and interests for visitors of all ages. The western parts have the Geevor Tin Mine, Land’s End galleries and crafts shop, Tate Gallery or Barbara Hepworth Museum in St. Ives, the Pendennis Castle and National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, and many more attractions. North Cornwall has the Tintagel Castle, Blue Reef Aquarium and a Zoo in Newquay, sculpture workshop and Crealy Adventure Park in Wadebridge, and the many museums of the famous origins of the Knights of the Round Table in Camelford and Bodmin. The southern part of Cornwall has the Eden Project, Charlestown Shipwreck Museum, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan in St. Austell, St Catherine’s Castle and medieval harbor in Fowey, the beautiful gardens of Caerhays Estate and medieval castle in St. Mawes, There are wonderful beaches all over Cornwall but the northern shores are better suited for water activities like surfing and body boarding, Sampling traditional regional specialties like the Cornish Pasty, Hevva Cake, Squab pie, Cornish Ice Cream, and their scrumptious fresh seafood is also a must when visiting Cornwall.

Cornwall is known to have a warmer climate than the rest of the UK. Springtime comes early the glorious flowers start to bloom by mid January but the best time to visit would be around June-July when the weather is warm and less busy because it can get hectic during summertime. Sept-Oct is a splendid time for surfers to come visit.
The airport in Newquay caters to daily local connecting flights from international airports and seasonal flights from foreign cities like Dusseldorf, Girona, and Alicante. There are regular rail schedules from Paddington station in London to Plymouth, Penzance, and Truro where lines to other areas are available. Traveling by coach from Victoria station in London is the cheapest but most time consuming option.

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