This post was most recently updated on November 1st, 2016
People from all over the world come to ride the top 10 canals in England. Each canal has its own characteristics and personality. There has been a recent renaissance in canal boating trips. This renewed interest has sparked numerous businesses.
The canals of England are there for all of us to enjoy. You can spend a day getting lost in the picturesque beauty of the English countryside. There are so many different ways to enjoy these beautiful waterways.
There are over 3,000 miles of beautiful canals to explore in England. You can enjoy a luxury dinner or live music while enjoying the tranquility. Canals provide entertainment for individuals of any age, from children to grandparents. These are the 10 best canals in England to help you relax and have fun.
This canal was nearly closed but thanks to a heavy reconstruction effort in the 1970’s, you can still enjoy this pleasant waterway. This canal was built in 1792 to help the coal industry transport goods. The canal runs through the heart of Manchester. You can catch a ferry ride seven days a week. This canal is seven miles long, lying between the Peak Forest and Huddersfield Narrow Canals. This canal is an important connecting route for the Cheshire Ring. The Cheshire Ring is a combination of six canals. You can also picnic at the Portland Basin.
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