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Cumbria is a county located in the extreme North-West of England. It is the third largest county in the country. It population is estimated at nearly 500,000. The main city of the county is Carlisle. Cumbria is a mostly rural region and widely known thanks to the Lake District National Park, considered as one of England’s most Outstanding Natural Area.

Unfortunately, there is no gaming establishment in Cumbria. Gambling fans will have to reach the city of Newcastle located around 50 miles away. They will find the Gentling Casino Newcastle, the Newcastle Aspers Casino and the Newcastle Governor Casino. The global offer of those three casinos includes slots machines, poker tables and gaming tables including Blackjack, Roulette or Baccarat.

The natural environment is the main asset of Cumbria. Between the Lake District and the beaches, visitors will spend a relaxing and peaceful stay here. The most beautiful beaches in Cumbria remain Haverigg Beach, Walney Island Beach, Silecroft Beach, St Bees Beach or Allonby Beach.

The Lake District is mountainous region located in Cumbria. It is a popular destination for many travelers of England but also from Europe. The assets of the district remain its sumptuous forests, mountains and lakes. The Wast Water, the Windemere and the Scafell Pike are the most known places in the Lake District.

Thanks to its breathtaking landscapes, Cumbria will satisfy lovers of great outdoors, nature and sports. Hiking, biking or boating are some of the most popular activaties to experience around the lakes and mountains. The travelers won’t miss a chance to explore the Dernwentwater and the Catbells Lakeland Wal of Keswick, the Tarn Town of Consiton, the Hiking Trais of Buttermere or the bodies of water Easedale Tarn or the waterfall Aira Force of Penrith.

Visiting Cumbria is also a great opportunity to discover the world known Hadrian’s Wall, the former northern limit of the Roman Empire. It was built during the reign of the Emperor Hadrian, approximately in AD 122. This UNESCO World Heritage site should be seen at least once in a lifetime. It is located a few miles away East of Carlisle.

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