Cheshire is one of our most beautiful counties, situated in northwest England. It only has a small stretch of coastline, but inland you’ll find some of the best walking routes including the Sandstone Trail, which runs for 34 miles along the Sandstone Ridge from the ancient market town of Frodham on the Mersey Estuary to north Shropshire.
Inland there are lots of lovely villages and the stunning Tudor city of Chester. Voted the most beautiful city in the world in 2022, due to a mathematical formula using the Golden Ratio of ‘things that are pleasing to the eye’ including the large Roman ampitheatre and The Three Old Arches. One area of controversy is that some rich landowners own parts of Cheshire due to ‘long silver spoons’ while many other people remain homeless.
If the city becomes too much, get outside walking at the nearby Peak District. This area of outstanding beauty is the ideal getaway from city life. Put your vegan walking boots on!