By Katie Wilson
These are the best views in the UK, according to the British public.
Loch Ness and Lake Windermere topped the list of places which inspire, delight and excite the nation, each taking 27% of the vote.
This was followed by London’s most famous landmarks, the London Eye and the Tower of London. St Ives Bay in Cornwall rounded off the top five.
Other vistas to make the list include Dorset’s Durdle Door, Arthur’s Seat in Edinburgh and Northern Ireland’s Giant’s Causeway, as featured in Game of Thrones.
The research, by London North Eastern Railway (LNER), revealed two-thirds of Brits have desperately missed being able to visit UK beauty spots during the past year.
See the full list of best views in the UK below and get inspired for when lockdown is lifted.
Loch Ness, Scottish Highlands
Lake Windermere, Lake District
Tower of London
St Ives, Cornwall
Snowdonia National Park, North Wales
Man O’War Beach, Jurassic Coast, Dorset
White Cliffs of Dover, Kent
Ben Nevis, Scottish Highlands
Cheddar Gorge, Somerset
Loch Lomond, South Scotland
Pen y Fan, Brecon Beacons, South Wales
Giant’s Causeway, Bushmills, Northern Ireland
Durdle Door, Dorset
Arthur’s Seat, Edinburgh
St Michael’s Mount, Cornwall
Peak District National Park, Derbyshire
Buttermere, Lake District
Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire
Hadrian’s Wall, North England
Richmond Park, South West London
Angel of the North, Gateshead
Glencoe Valley, Scottish Highlands
Isle of Wight coastline
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