Keswick, Kate Middleton’s Destination Village
A few months ago Middleton and Prince Wiliam spent time in a rural area in England. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge chose to visit, where Kate spent a holiday as a child.
Kate Middleton and Prince Wiliam visited to chat with farmers and help shear sheep. The two also met with local organizations, representatives from the mountain rescue service to young people who were trained as the first mentors of mental health.
So how do you try to offer natural beauty to make Kate Middleton and Prince William visit there?
Keswick or also called Lake District is in Cumbria (a city in England with the capital city of Carlisle ). Keswick itself means cheese fields and was first recorded as a settlement in 1240.
Keswick has amazing nature. As well as a variety of interesting tourist attractions, ranging from rows of shops, shops, restaurants to museums.
Some visitors come to Keswick then go to the edge of Derwentwater Lake, then rent a small motorboat or boat. Or you can also do water sports, namely ghyll scrambling.
In addition, the Keswick is also equipped with the Museum and Art Gallery Keswick built in Victorian times, which until now has not changed in appearance. Followed by the Victoria St. John’s Church designed by Anthony Salvin.
Not infrequently tourists also try to walk through the forest, fly using paragliders from the hills around the city, or head to Hope Park and Fitz Park which offer various games such as pitch and putt, BMX tracks, space for running and playing ball and riverbank picnics.
Even though it is only a small city, Keswick also features a variety of interesting shops that sell photos, paintings, pottery and jewelry made by local artists and craftsmen. The shops are spread from Market Square, Lake Road and St John’s Street and Station Street and Tithebarn Street.
Regarding lodging, Keswick is popular with glamping around the beautiful destinations there. One experience not to be missed is camping on the banks of Lake Derwentwater.
Interested to visit?