ADD TO LISTFew travelers make their way to Lincoln when visiting the United Kingdom, and those that do usually only make a brief stop to see the Lincoln Cathedral. Other destinations such as York and Leeds may be more interesting to visit in the area. Know something about Lincoln? Help us out by adding your favorite spots to this Lincoln travel guide.
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This pretty city is located in the heart of some of the best arable land in England. There appears to be plenty of flat easily cultivated land around here and the significance of the River Witham in terms of long historic human habiatation is not to be overlooked. There is low population to land dynamic, in comparison with some of the larger cities. Everything & everyone is within a half days walking distance inside the city itself. The Brayford is a large freshwater resovoir in the heart of the city itself. In terms of survival potential in the event of civilization collapsing there is probably nowhere better to be than a place like Lincoln. I feel incredibly lucky to be here...
An often overlooked city, Lincoln has a great cathedral and many fine medieval buildings. It's quite literally a city on a hill, so be prepared to walk up and down. The remains of the Bishop's Palace are well worth exploring, and there is a rather nice Roman arch in town as well.
Courtyard by Mariott is a nice North American-style hotel on Brayford Pool and only a short 5 minute walk from Lincoln's High Street. Clean, accessible and convenient, the Courtyard is a good place from which to walk all over Lincoln's city core.
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