East Anglia is not a region of dramatic landscapes but that’s not to say it lacks beauty. With rolling farmland, blossoming gardens and small villages, East Anglia may not be the most sensational backdrop a visitor has even encountered but the green fields stretch as far as the eye can see in a way that demonstrates the best things about the English countryside.
Home of Cambridge University, East Anglia has also been home to some of the world’s great minds - John Milton, Sir Isaac Newton, Lord Byron and Lord Tennyson. Find inspiration walking in the footsteps of so many greats, and maybe even dream up story of your own about the people who might have lived in one of the sprawling Manor estates that dot the countryside.
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