1st – Edinburgh –
Edinburgh is voted number one place to live in Great Britain because it
provides stunning views, great food, and plenty of festivals and
entertainment throughout the year. There is also an old and new town that
gives residents unique shopping and dining experiences.
2nd – Oxford –
Oxford has many things going for it: world-class universities, great
schools, excellent public transportation, and fun cafes along riverside
parklands. Surprisingly, those seeking peace and quiet love this city
because there are only about 200,000 people who live here so it has
3rd – Bristol –
Bristol is another English city that is very well known for its
universities, theaters, and nightclubs. Its port and proximity to the
countryside make it a very desirable place to live.
4th – Cambridge –
Cambridge is known for its beautiful parks, stately old buildings, and
cobblestone streets. It has excellent schools, a thriving downtown area,
and a close-knit community.
5th – Leicester –
Leicester is known for its industrial history, sports teams, and lively
pubs. The city is close to the beautiful Peak District and the vibrant
city of London.
6th – Leeds –
Leeds is a beautiful city in the north of England. It is home to the best
shopping, excellent food, and thriving nightlife. The beautiful parks and
beautiful views make this city worth living in.
7th – Manchester –
Manchester is a thriving city in the northwest corner of England and home
to some of the country’s most impressive and historic buildings. It’s also
famous for Manchester New
8th – Cardiff –
Cardiff is well known as the capital of Wales. It has the country’s most
important cultural institutions to visit and great places to eat, drink,
shop, and party.
9th – Glasgow –
Glasgow is in the far south of the UK. It’s a beautiful city in the
country where you will find thriving nightlife, fine dining, great
shopping, and entertainment.
10th – Bristol
Bristol is yet again in the number 10 spot. It’s a vibrant city with
excellent food, great beer, beautiful parkland, and close to London.
Bristol has a busy airport and also plenty of great attractions