What is Lake District?
The Lake District is a region and national park in Cambria, also known as Lakeland, is a mountainous region and national park in North West England. It is primarily famous for its mountain, lake, and coastal scenery, and for its literary associations with William Wordsworth and other Lake Poets, Beatrix Potter, and John Ruskin.
Where is the lake district?
The Lake District is a national park in North West England. It is England’s largest national park and covers 2362 square kilometres.
It is home to the highest mountain in England – Scafell Pike (978m tall) and the deepest lake – Wastwater (74m deep).
Why lake district is famous?
The Lake District is a world famous holiday and leisure destination. You can browse a selection of over 3,500 places to stay in the Lake District – Lake District hotels, Lake District holiday cottages, Lake District bed & breakfast accommodation, and the extensive range of Lake District alternative holidays such as camping and caravan sites, hostels, glamping, and holiday parks. Online booking through Visit Cumbria is secure and easy and there are no booking fees.The lake district is very important for new generation to achieve something for literature.You may visit the fomous place of England.