Derbyshire is a county in the East Midlands region, in the heart of England. Much of the mountainous landscape is taken up by the Peak District National Park, the oldest English nature reserve. If you are good on foot, you can walk through the national park along the 431-kilometer Pennine Way. In the north of Derbyshire, the low mountain ranges of the Pennines stretch. Bizarre sandstone formations, winding cave systems and wildly romantic moorland landscapes are waiting to be discovered by you. From the top of the 517-meter-high Mam Tor there is a magnificent view of the picture-perfect landscape of Derbyshire.
The county of Derbyshire is inhabited by about one million people and is strongly influenced by agriculture. Picturesque courtyards and enchanted cottages offer you atmospheric accommodation options. Pure romance promises to let your gaze wander over the vast country, with its magnificent country houses. It is like an adventure to follow the traces of history and let yourself be carried away by legends and myths on an exciting journey into the past of Derbyshire.
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