The national capital London is situated 130 miles (209 kilometers) southeast of Derbyshire, while Manchester is 40 miles (64 kilometers) to the northwest.
Head to the the Lea Gardens. This is a good spot to visit while you are in Derbyshire.
Traveling through this popular part of the United Kingdom is all about discovery, so why don't you take to the road and visit a couple of the other cool population centers around Derbyshire. Head to the Heights of Abraham and Lea Gardens in Matlock, about 2 miles (3 kilometers) away from Derbyshire. If you feel like more, travel to Alfreton and enjoy the Wingfield Manor and East Midlands Designer Outlet. Alfreton is approximately 6 miles (10 kilometers) from Derbyshire.
About 14 miles (23 kilometers) to the south of Derbyshire is Derby, a regional center home to Elvaston Castle, Melbourne Parish Church and Wyvern Business Park. Derby has much of interest for visitors happy to spend a little time here. Melbourne Hall, Donington Park and Pride Park are just a couple of the other sights worth a visit.
The most rewarding places for travelers to visit when they first arrive in a new town are the ones that offer a window into the local culture. Head to England's history museums, theaters and art galleries. When the sun is shining, why don't you check out England's open-air exhibits, open-air museums and farms?.
If the weather is fine while here, get outside. Scuba diving and fishing are two local options. For those who like to pick up knowledge as well as happy snaps while on vacation, England has a range of specialist activities, including guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours and cycling tours.
Grab your camera, load up your suitcase and head to this exceptionally beautiful place.