England is full of quaint little villages oozing English charm. While these villages are located all throughout England, a decent amount of them are found in the county of Wiltshire including Castle Combe, Bradford on Avon, Bibury and Lacock. These are magical towns that make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Two of my favorites are Castle Combe and Lacock, fairytale villages that look like they came straight out of a storybook.
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Two Magical English Towns to Add to Your Bucket List: Castle Combe and Lacock
Castle Combe is a tiny village composed of one street lined with traditional English homes. The town is picturesque even on a cloudy day and only takes two or three hours to tour. The most iconic shots are of the Manor House and shots of the town from the bridge.
A little larger than Castle Combe, Lacock has been used as a movie set in both Harry Potter and Pride and Prejudice. Because of its size, it takes maybe an hour longer to tour but it does have plenty of restaurants and shops to enjoy. Meander through the streets as photo ops are littered throughout random corners and alleyways.
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