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As a bench is such a significant place for most, we figured the view from the bench is equally as important. We took a look at some of the most spectacular views taken from various bench locations up and down the country, the perfect spot for sitting and watching the world go by.
An iconic structure, largely a world-famous landmark for London. The view from the benches at the popular Southbank in London Bridge over the River Thames, it is the longest river entirely in England so why not take a boat to get the best of the scenery of the South Bank and beyond.
One largest single green space in south-east London, and undoubtedly one of the finest views you can get overlooking London. Situated next to the Royal Observatory in Greenwich Park, these benches give an unrivalled view with the Queen’s House in the foreground, then across the Thames with views over Docklands and Canary Wharf.
An area of open parkland in the south-east corner of Hampstead Heath, the view from Parliament Hill offers one of the best possible views of the London skyline. Iconic landmarks such as; St Paul’s Cathedral. the Palace of Westminster and the Gherkin can be seen from the hill.
Tegg’s Nose Country Park in the western edge of the Peak District National Park. Offers scenic views over Cheshire Plain stunning countryside and beyond and on a clear day you can even see Liverpool’s cathedrals.
The Lake District, one of the most popular staycation destinations in the UK. Latrigg being one of the lowest fells there its convenient location overlooks the town of Keswick and the beautiful views down the valley of Borrowdale from the summit.
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