Atlas Ceramics’ research found that the most aesthetically pleasing location in the UK is the city of Oxford, in Oxfordshire.
Oxford was ranked as the most beautiful city in the UK with 26 listed buildings and monuments per square kilometer.
Some of the most famous places to visit in the city include the Museum of Natural History, the University of Oxford and the Christ Church Meadow.
Oxford is the perfect destination for those wishing to explore a charming town with impressive architecture, relaxing parks but also plenty of bars and restaurants.
Rafa Ricotta, a visitor who traveled to Oxford for a weekend, said the city is “just beautiful and super pleasant”.
He explained: “I recommend it to anyone who wants a place to feel the clean and pleasant air of England.”
Another traveler, username PBPG, wrote a review on Tripadvisor which said: “Fantastic views. While walking around Oxford we came across the meadow with the college. All very quiet with good views of Oxford.”
Tourists in Oxford can book an exciting Harry Potter walking tour or relax on an afternoon tea sightseeing river cruise.
Some of the most charming hotels to stay at in Oxford, and with the highest ratings, are the Old Bank hotel, the Old Parsonage Hotel and The Randolph Hotel in the city center.
Oxford was followed by Worcester, in the West Midlands, with an aesthetic score of 7.98 out of 10.
Worcester is famous for its medieval cathedral and has a number of boutique hotels, listed buildings and monuments.
Exeter was voted the third most aesthetically pleasing location in the UK, ranking highest for its proportion of Grade I listed buildings and monuments.
Canterbury is also one of the most beautiful cities, according to the study.