Top 5 cities to live in uk

By | August 29, 2020

Want to travel ? Want to get away from the same old place? Seeking for a change? Wanna have different experience and explore new cities? Then you really need to read this. Here we have the top 5 cities to live in the UK. Best places you can ever visit. First one comes :

Oxford

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Oxford is one of the amazing cities to live in the UK. Oxford is a city in England with a population of 1,54,600. It is 56 miles Northwest of London, 64 miles Birmingham and 24 miles from reading by road. It’s density is 8500 per square metre. Oxford also ranks in top cities of UK for living and working. Oxford has buildings in every style of England architecture from the late Anglo-Saxon. Oxford is known as the city of dreaming spires. Oxford(a city in the UK) has a Maritime temperature climate. Precipitation is uniformly distributed throughout the year. Some of the best shopping areas of Oxford are:

  •   Broad Street
  •  Clarendon Shopping Centre
  • Cornmarket Street
  • George Street
  • Golden cross
  • The High Street
  • Queen Street, Oxford
  • Cowley road.

Reading

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Reading is a large town on the themes and manner in Southern England. It is basically known for the annual reading festival. It is an outdoor rock music event. The reading Museum contains exhibits on the town’s history and this place a Victorian replica of the bio ex tapestry. Every year reading organizers the reading festival that is been running since 1971. That festival takes place on the Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the August bank holiday weekend and is the largest of its kind in the UK aside from the Glastonbury festival reading. This location in the Thames Valley to the west of London has made the term a significant element in the Nation’s transport system. It is the largest town in the UK without city status

Wales

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Wales is a country that is part of the UK and is bordered by England to the east, the Irish sea to the north-west and the Bristol Channel to the south. It’s currency is pound sterling. Wales closely shares its political and social history with the rest of Great Britain and a majority of the population in North areas. It speaks English as a first language but the country has retained a distinct cultural identity. Wales has three national parks: Snowdonia, Brecon Beacons and Pembrokeshire coast. The average price of houses here are lower than in  England. It’s weather is commonly cloudy, wet and windy with warm summers and mild winters.

Cambridge

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  • Cambridge is a popular place to live and Cambridge University is one of the famous universities over here. Cambridge has an oceanic climate and has currently two official weather observing stations- NIAB and Cambridge University Botanic Garden about one mile south of the city centre. It has a Mary time climate. It is located in the driest region of Britain. Cambridge’s rainfall averages around 5 70 per sq.m. National average top sights of the Cambridge area :
  • The  Fitzwilliam museum
  • Cambridge’s University botanical garden
  • mathematical BridgeKing’s College
  • Chapel bridge of sighs
  • Museum of archaeology

Sunderland

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Sunderland is situated at the mouth of the river with a population of 2,75,000. Sunderland is ranked as the best city to live and work in the UK on the basis of housing, travel, jobs and crime. It is also known for its nature and parks. Top attractions in Sunderland are

  • Roker and seaborn beaches
  • National glass centre
  • Harrington country Park
  • Sunderland Museum and winter gardens
  • Stadium of Light.

These were the 5 cities to live in the UK and best for housing, working and exploring.

Reference link: https://www.onefamily.com/talking-finance/finance/best-places-live-work-uk/

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