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Visit Lancashire: Official Guide for Days Out and Places to See in the North West

Lancashire has all the ingredients for a relaxing breakaway this season. From the sweeping moorland of the Pennines to the compact and cosmopolitan city of Lancaster you’ll find everything you need to plan your visit, on the official tourist board website for Lancashire.

The historic city of Lancaster is the perfect place for a winter break with its great mix of independent shops, winter warming events like its annual Fireworks extravaganza, traditional pubs and great places to stay.

For a seasonal scare why not take a guided tour of Lancaster Castle to find out more about the infamous Lancashire Witches Trials and take advantage of the great deals on The Borough, Penny Street Bridge and Lancaster House Hotel.

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