Gloucestershire is one of the forty-seven counties found in England, United Kingdom, with a population of 565 thousand inhabitants, the capital of which is Gloucester. Gloucestershire has 3 main areas: the majority of the Cotswolds, located in the east and south of the county, the Royal Forest of Dean in the west and the Severn Valley in between the two previous locations.
Some of the main towns and villages in the Cotswolds are Bourton-on-the-Water, Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold, Tewkesbury and The Slaughters which are full of unique sights and landscapes that meet the Severn and the vast fields that stretch across the area. Some of Gloucestershire’s attractions include the 840 year old Berkley Castle, the ruins of the Roman Villa of Wicombe and the 500 year old Tewkesbury Abbey and the tallest Norman tower in England. The Daffodil Way in the Leadon Valley is a great place that welcomes many tourists and locals who come to hike in this area because of its primrose flowers, woodland and much more.