It is located on the south coast of England and provides the idyllic blend of rural and city living – perfect for someone who has recently relocated to the UK to start a new and exciting life.
In this blog, we’ll share a little about why Hampshire makes an ideal place to live:
Hampshire has excellent transport links up and down the country, meaning on your days off you can get out easily and explore other parts of the UK. It has great road networks, with the M3 leading from Winchester to London, and the M27, taking you from Southampton across to Sussex. Public transport is good, with its bus network linking key towns and destinations (i.e., from Fareham to Gosport) – a reliable alternative to car travel.
There are lots of great places to eat and drink across Hampshire. From the 5-star Truffles in Fareham and the Chesil Rectory in Winchester, to Fat Olives in Emsworth. You’ll also have the opportunity to visit a number of tea rooms, such as Rosie’s Tea Room and traditional pubs like The Bat & Ball, offering that warm and welcoming Hampshire atmosphere.
This county has a number of world-famous attractions for you to enjoy, making it a truly unique place to live. This includes Exbury Gardens, Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard, and, if you’re settling in the UK with a young family, Paultons Park that is home to Pepper Pig World amongst many other theme park attractions that people of all ages will appreciate.
Hampshire has lots of beautiful countryside, which makes it the perfect location for outdoor activities. What are you looking for – lovely views, a country park for an afternoon stroll or somewhere for the kids and dog to run around? Hampshire can offer it all. There are miles of gorgeous countryside there – why not check out the South Downs National Park or the Royal Victoria Country Park.
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