So, you’ve binged Bridgerton, and now your dreaming of being a duchess?

We all know that Netflix’s Bridgerton has taken the internet by storm. Corsets are back in style and suddenly everyone is drinking tea. As I’ve anxiously been awaiting the next season, I’ve had time to research 10 Picturesque Places that look like Bridgerton.

Places that look like Bridgerton

Now, you can envision your royal future with these beautiful places that look like Bridgerton.

I cordially invite you to read…

10 Places That Look Like Bridgerton

Places that have that Bridgerton ~vibe~ typically can be found in the UK and have beautiful landscapes and cobblestone roads.

1. Bath, Somerset, UK

The entire city of Bath is a World Heritage Site as it is known for its’ historic Roman-built baths. Do you recognize the striking golden architecture? Bath is one of the main filming locations for the show.

2. Oxford, England

Poet Matthew Arnold once deemed this stunning city “The City of Dreaming Spires.”

With beautiful gardens, medieval architecture, and historic colleges, Oxford truly looks like a city from a fairytale… Or Bridgerton!

Interested in learning more about Oxford? Check out my blog post about this fairytale city here.

Fairytale City of England
Fairytale City of England

3. York, UK

York is another city that was used as a filming location for Bridgerton. This historic walled city is famed for its cathedrals and stained glass details.

4. Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire, UK

Chipping Campden is a small village located in the Cotswold district of Gloucestershire. This charming market town was known as a popular wool trading hub back in the middle-ages. Isn’t it dreamy?

5. Shaftesbury, Dorset, UK

Shaftesbury is a village located in Dorset, England. Famous for “Gold Hill” (pictured below) which was featured in an iconic 1973 bread commercial, Shaftesbury is visited by tourists all over the world for a glimpse of this picturesque cobblestone street.

6. Cambridge, UK

Cambridge revolves around the prestigious university dating back to 1209, University of Cambridge. The city is strikingly beautiful with it’s spires and gothic architecture.

7. London, UK

Bridgerton wouldn’t be the same without the spicy secrets that stir in the iconic city of London. With so many stunning streets and dreamy facades, it’s no wonder that it was also a main filming location for the show.

8. Castle Combe, Wiltshire, UK

Castle Combe is a small village with a population less than four hundred! This is another charming town tucked away in the Cotswold area.

9. Ambleside, Cumbria, UK

Ambleside is a town in Cumbria and sits on England’s largest lake, Windermere.

10. Kent, UK

Kent is a county located in South East England. With its many abbeys, churches, and castles throughout its countryside, Kent has total Bridgerton vibes!

Which of these 10 Places That Look Like Bridgerton is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments which of these Bridgerton-esque places caught your eye! Are there any that you’d add to your travel list?

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