East of England or East Anglia, includes the counties of Essex, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, Norfolk and Suffolk. Two major airports can be found in this region; London Luton and London Stansted.
There are of course many attractions and things to do in the East of England ranging from walking, cycle paths, visiting cathedrals, state-of-the-art galleries, steam trains, visit the seaside or even go on a wildlife safari.
The area is described as very diverse and consists mainly of farmlands but also includes grasslands, woodlands, chalk downland and man-made waterways.
The Broads of Norfolk and Suffolk is a National Park and there are four areas of Outstanding Beauty which include the Dedham Vale, The Chilterns and the Norfolk and Suffolk Coasts. The region is also home to Britain's oldest recorded town – Colchester. Other historic cities include Cambridge, Norwich, Peterborough and St. Albans.
You can also explore Britain’s largest wetland – The Broads; or Britain's largest lowland pine forest at Thetford.
Cambridgeshire is great county to visit with all its market towns and the area is rich in history. The famous university of Cambridge is also located in Cambridgeshire.
Essex is a great place to visit and very beautiful with all the coastal villages and towns of the North Sea. Essex has 350miles of coastline to explore.
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