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Ten Photos To Inspire You To Visit Lincoln, UK


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Hands up if you’ve ever been to Lincoln? Nope, didn’t think many of you had! For some reason, travellers don’t seem to visit Lincoln yet the city is up there with the best of them. Lincoln began many years ago as a Roman town and has been seen as an important settlement throughout history.  If you decide to visit Lincoln, you’ll struggle to miss the imposing castle and cathedral looking over the city.  The city is absolutely beautiful.  Of course, there are areas that are undergoing regeneration and the high street is just like everywhere else, but it’s certainly worth a weekend of your time. My favourite area is from the Bailgate with Steep Hill (which was voted Britain’s best street in 2012) and Castle Square down to Clasketgate.  You’ll find plenty of bars and restaurants as well as boutique shops. I no longer live there but I visit Lincoln regularly and it always makes me happy; it is my home.  Hopefully these ten photos will inspire you to visit Lincoln as soon as possible.  For more information on visiting, the official tourist board has plenty of information!


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Visit Lincoln


Visit Lincoln


Visit Lincoln


Visit Lincoln


Visit Lincoln


Visit Lincoln


Visit Lincoln


Visit Lincoln


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54 thoughts on “Ten Photos To Inspire You To Visit Lincoln, UK”

  1. chloedrury_96@hotmail.com

    These photos are stunning! I love Lincoln, it’s such an underrated city. I live about 40 minutes away so visit regularly and it never fails to make me smile ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. chloedrury_96@hotmail.com

    These photos are stunning! I love Lincoln, it’s such an underrated city. I live about 40 minutes away so visit regularly and it never fails to make me smile ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. chloedrury_96@hotmail.com

    These photos are stunning! I love Lincoln, it’s such an underrated city. I live about 40 minutes away so visit regularly and it never fails to make me smile ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Great photos! I’ve never been to England, but I hope to visit some day since some of my dad’s ancestors came to America from Lancashire. Lincoln looks so historic! And that antique store is calling my name.Having never seen a “high street” though, I wasn’t sure – is it a good thing when you say “the high street is just like everywhere else”? Does that mean that’s where the shops are?

    1. Thank you! No way, my dad’s side of the family are from Preston in Lancashire! The Uphill section of Lincoln is really historic it’s beautiful! Ah yes – the high street is essentially where all of the shops are. Just one street and all of the shops are quite similar in every city across England!

      1. That’s cool that your people are from Lancashire too! I don’t know where exactly my people are from yet – hope to be narrowing that down someday via Ancestry.com. I bought a book called _Tracing your Lancashire Ancestors_, so I’m enjoying learning more about the region. And thanks for explaining about the high street – hope to see one someday!

  5. Great photos! I’ve never been to England, but I hope to visit some day since some of my dad’s ancestors came to America from Lancashire. Lincoln looks so historic! And that antique store is calling my name.Having never seen a “high street” though, I wasn’t sure – is it a good thing when you say “the high street is just like everywhere else”? Does that mean that’s where the shops are?

    1. Thank you! No way, my dad’s side of the family are from Preston in Lancashire! The Uphill section of Lincoln is really historic it’s beautiful! Ah yes – the high street is essentially where all of the shops are. Just one street and all of the shops are quite similar in every city across England!

      1. That’s cool that your people are from Lancashire too! I don’t know where exactly my people are from yet – hope to be narrowing that down someday via Ancestry.com. I bought a book called _Tracing your Lancashire Ancestors_, so I’m enjoying learning more about the region. And thanks for explaining about the high street – hope to see one someday!

  6. Great photos! I’ve never been to England, but I hope to visit some day since some of my dad’s ancestors came to America from Lancashire. Lincoln looks so historic! And that antique store is calling my name.Having never seen a “high street” though, I wasn’t sure – is it a good thing when you say “the high street is just like everywhere else”? Does that mean that’s where the shops are?

    1. Thank you! No way, my dad’s side of the family are from Preston in Lancashire! The Uphill section of Lincoln is really historic it’s beautiful! Ah yes – the high street is essentially where all of the shops are. Just one street and all of the shops are quite similar in every city across England!

      1. That’s cool that your people are from Lancashire too! I don’t know where exactly my people are from yet – hope to be narrowing that down someday via Ancestry.com. I bought a book called _Tracing your Lancashire Ancestors_, so I’m enjoying learning more about the region. And thanks for explaining about the high street – hope to see one someday!

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