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The Most Romantic Places of Greater Manchester: Valentine’s Day In Pandemic

Today is the most romantic day of the year. Due to coronavirus and lockdown restrictions, this year Valentine’s day has alternative things to do.

This year, people mostly celebrate Valentine’s day with indoor activities or nature walk.

Here are the most romantic places of Manchester to walk together as a part of your Valentine’s day plan:

Worsley

Worsley that is on the edge of Salford is known for its historical landmarks and beautiful view. With Bridgewater Canal and Old Warke Dam, Worsley has a beautiful walk path for Valentine’s day.

Brabyns Park and Etherow Country Park

Brabyns Park is located in Stockport. River Goyt and Peak Forest Canal have beautiful views for a nature walk. Brabyns Park is the largest park in Marple and also so close to Etherow Country Park. You can experience romantic nature starting Brabyns Park to Etherow Country Park.

Lyme Park

Lyme Park has one of the most famous and beautiful views of the city. The park has a 1400 acre deer park, grand hardens, a huge manor house, and moorlands. For Valentine’s day, a walk to Paddock Cottage can offer you an unforgettable experience.

Werneth Low

Near to Stockport, Werneth Low is one of the most beautiful destinations for Valentine’s day. Werneth Low is a huge hill as a part of the Pennies. The place offers amazing views of the city from far.

Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden

In South Manchester, Fletcher Moss Botanical Garden is one of the most favorite places for Valentine’s Day. Huge cheery blossom to multicolored trees and flowers, the place is one of the most romantic places of Greater Manchester.

 

 

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