The best things to do in the Lake District National Park in 2021!
If you’ve come here wondering ‘where is the Lake District National Park’, ‘where the Lake District is’ or ‘what a map of the Lake District National Park looks like’ you’ve come to the right place. The Lake District National Park is located in the northwest corner of England, in Cumbria. It is one of the most popular National parks in UK. With 2362 km², it is the largest national park in England (and the second largest in the United Kingdom, after the Scottish Highlands).
Getting to the Lake District takes around five hours from London and the South East, 1.5 hours from Manchester and two hours from York. If you are using a GPS, enter the postal code of your accommodation or one of these car parks.
However, it is recommended that you travel to the Lake District by public transport to avoid traffic jams and pollution. National Express and Stagecoach offer buses to the Lake District from across the UK. The West Coast train line connects the Lake District with London and Glasgow, and there are also direct trains from Manchester. Book your train tickets online at thetrainline.com.
Check out this map of the Lake District to see where it is in England: