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Bournemouth

BOURNEMOUTH


“Green and Safe”

Známe ako, “Garden City by the sea” bolo zvolené za najlepšie prímorské letovisko vo Veľkej Británii.

O Bournemouth je známe, že má najčistejší vzduch a je najbezpečnejším miestom pre deti v Británii. Mesto je častým víťazom

súťaže “Britain in Bloom”, jeho záhrady sú nádherné po celý rok. Bournemouth je obklopený slávnym grófstvom Dorset. Patrí k obľúbeným

prázdninovým letoviskám juhozápadného Anglicka spolu s Poole, Weymouth, Swanage a Lyme Regis. Krásne pobrežné prechádzky,

idylický a unikátny národný park New Forest, to všetko len 90 minút jazdy od Londýna. Ideálne miesto v južnom Anglicku!

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“Golden Beach”

Prímorské letoviská južného pobrežia Anglicka sú známe pre svoje dlhé piesočnaté pláže a príjemné mierne podnebie.

Bournemouth má viac slnečných dní než akékoľvek iné prímorské letovisko v Anglicku.

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Nákupy

Nájdete tu veľa obchodných domov: napr. House of Fraser, Marks & Spencer, Debenhams a rôzne ďalšie obchody.

Bournemouth je známy svojimi designer butikmi, klenotníctvami a obchodmi so starožitnosťami. Ak máte radi nakupovanie, budete cítiť ako v nebi!

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Kultúra

Bournemouth University je jednou z najpopulárnejších univerzít v južnej Británii.

Ročne prichádza do Bournemouth veľa zahraničných študentov, ktorí hľadajú živú, kozmopolitnú atmosféru.

 

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Šport

Bournemouth je populárna rekreačná lokalita vzhľadom k svojim 11 km jemných piesočných pláží, ktoré sú ideálne

pre plážový volejbal, surfing, SUP boarding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, vodné skútre, atď. Okolitá vidiecka krajina a New Forest ponúkajú miesta,

kde si môžete zajazdiť na koňoch, zahrať paintball, jazdiť na kanoe a na kajaku, užívať si pešiu turistiku.

Môžete tu spokojne tráviť svoj voľný čas, nájde sa niečo pre každého!

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Vedeli ste, že?

Známe osobnosti: napr. David a Victoria Beckham, Jamie Redknapp (futbalista), jeho manželka Louise (popová hviezda)

a Madonna, všetci vlastnia nehnuteľnosti do troch míľ od Bournemouth.

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Surrounding areas


Poole

To the East of Bournemouth is the historic harbour town of Poole boasting the largest natural harbour in the world and in the middle lies the idyllic nature reserve of Brownsea Island. The town‘s picturesque old quay retains its 18th-century charm and is an ideal location to have something to eat while overlooking the harbour. Just outside the historic centre you can discover modern entertainment facilities at Tower Park leisure complex including Splashdown which is an indoor and outdoor water park, Bowlplex with their special GlowBowling and Empire Cinemas.

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Christchurch

Christchurch is situated to the East of Bournemouth, on the shore of its own harbour, close to the magnificent Dorset World Heritage Coast and the tranquil New Forest National Park. This area is an amazing combination of fascinating heritage, beautiful coastline and picturesque countryside. Famous with locals, students and tourists alike as having a great range of places to eat and drink, a wealth of things to see and do, plus a variety of festivals and events. There is something to suit everyone whatever your age or taste.

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Portsmouth

Portsmouth is the second largest city in the county of Hampshire on the South Coast of England.
As a significant naval port for centuries, Portsmouth is home to the world’s oldest dry dock commissioned by King Henry VII in 1495 at Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard.
Portsmouth Dockyard is also home to some famous ships, including “HMS Warrior”, the Tudor carrack “Mary Rose” and Lord Nelson’s flagship, “HMS Victory”

Did you know that this city is the birthplace of Charles Dickens?

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Wimborne

The town centre’s recently modernised square is surrounded by cafes, restaurants and many shops offering fashions, antiques and arts. There is an antiques market every Friday, a flea market on Saturdays and a huge combination of the two on Sundays.

The historic town is beautifully situated on the picturesque water meadows of the River Stour, where it joins the clear, free flowing River Allen. The town’s recorded history dates back to the 8th Century and there are many historic buildings, narrow streets and delightful squares and courtyards to explore as well as model village where you can explore a miniature version of the town!

Every year in June this quaint town’s streets and small squares are filled with hundreds of musicians and dancers for the colourful Wimborne Folk Festival, the largest event of its kind in southern England.

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Corfe Castle

Corfe Castle is a fortification built by William the Conqueror in the 11th century that stands above the village of Corfe in the county of Dorset. Part of the English National Trust and only 8 kms away from both Swanage and Wareham, it is a major tourist attraction with more than 1,000 years of history to discover.

Corfe is an idyllic, quaint English country village complete with churches, pubs and tearooms. You can choose to sit and sample an English cream tea whilst looking at the castle ruins or a typical ploughman’s lunch in a pub if you prefer. Corfe has really old traditional pubs, one of which is actually an ‘old watering hole’ (it has an actual well and free running water underneath it) in fact, the pub is so small you might miss it. The village has amazing cottage style country shops and houses with thatched roofs, you can also take the steam train that runs from the village of Corfe to Swanage and back again.