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Bournemouth, Dorset

Bournemouth is a seaside resort city of about 500, 000 people on the southern coast of England.  Every year the city accommodates close to 6.8 million visitors in its hotels, cultural centres, and pristine beaches. It’s most famous for its 7-mile long beaches, buzzing nightlife and Victorian architecture. Its other major attractions include the Bournemouth Pier, a climbing wall, a zip line, and an activity centre with an obstacle course. Due to its diverse attractions, the city tends to be welcoming all year long. One other notable attraction is the 3km-long Bournemouth Gardens with its rock gardens, an aviary and plant species from three continents.

History: Bournemouth was a heathland before Lewis Tregonwell founded the city in 1810 as a small English town and port city. This large coastal town is directly to the east of Jurassic Coast, about 96 miles coastline that have been declared World Heritage Site. The 2011 census put the cities count at 183, 000 making it the largest settlement in the English non-metropolitan county of Dorset. The neighbouring settlements are Christchurch to the east and Poole to the west. The three settlements form the South East Dorset conurbation near the English Channel coast with a total population of about 500,000.

Tourism: The county is a famed tourist centre with lots of leisure, culture, recreation and entertainment centres. The town also has a thriving youth culture owing to its large university population and numerous language schools. One of the recently developed tourist attraction has been the vibrant nightlife built around major concert venues like Pavilion Theatre, BIC, and O2 Academy. The city has about 200 listed architectural marvels tracing their history back to the Edwardian and Victorian era including three church buildings. These are St Stephen's,  St Peter's, and St Clement's. Its sites hosts circuses, ballets, operas, musical concerts, and orchestras

Attractions: The sea, sun surf, and sand of the city’s beaches attract close to 3.5 million visitors annually making it one of the most visited beaches globally. The night view of the Bournemouth pier from Alum Chine is worth every penny. Make sure you also visit the Lower Gardens, the Jurassic coast, visit the Bournemouth International Centre for live gigs and explore some coastal culture at the Russel Coates Museums or Art. Make sure you time your visit to coincide with the August Bournemouth Air Festival which is the largest aviation event of its kind. If you are into literature, then this is the place to explore the steps of JRR Tolkien, Enid Blyton, Robert Louis Stevenson, Mary Shelley, and Bill Bryson. What makes Bournemouth remarkable is that it can accommodate such a wide array of tourist’s desires from the historical and the culinary to the pristine and even the recreational.



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