CorelDraw Map Blackpool + Preston UK

Blackpool and Preston are two cities in the United Kingdom, both located in the county of Lancashire. Each of these cities has its own unique offerings when it comes to recreation and tourism.


  1. Blackpool Pleasure Beach: This amusement park is one of the most popular attractions in Blackpool. It features numerous rides, including roller coasters, water rides, and family-friendly attractions.
  2. Blackpool Tower: Inspired by the Eiffel Tower, the Blackpool Tower is an iconic landmark. Visitors can enjoy the Tower Ballroom, the circus, and the stunning views from the observation deck.
  3. Blackpool Illuminations: Held annually, the Blackpool Illuminations is a light festival that lights up the entire promenade with thousands of colorful lights.
  4. Blackpool Beach: The city’s sandy beach is perfect for relaxing, sunbathing, and taking a stroll along the promenade.
  5. Madame Tussauds Blackpool: This wax museum features lifelike wax figures of celebrities and historical figures, providing a unique and interactive experience.
  6. Blackpool Winter Gardens: This entertainment complex hosts various events, including concerts, conferences, and exhibitions, making it a hub for cultural activities.


  1. Harris Museum and Art Gallery: This museum showcases a diverse range of art and artifacts, and it’s a great place for art enthusiasts.
  2. Avenham Park and Miller Park: These beautiful parks offer green spaces, walking paths, and a chance to relax and enjoy nature within the city.
  3. Preston Guild Wheel: This 21-mile cycling and walking route encircles the city, offering a scenic way to explore the area.
  4. Shopping and Dining: Both Blackpool and Preston have a wide range of shopping and dining options. The Fishergate Shopping Centre in Preston is a popular shopping destination.
  5. Preston Docks: The docks area has been transformed into a leisure and retail area with restaurants, bars, and a cinema. It’s a nice place to spend an evening.
  6. Museums and Galleries: Besides the Harris Museum, Preston has other museums and galleries, such as the Ribble Steam Railway and the Lancashire Infantry Museum.
  7. Preston Market: The market offers a variety of goods, from fresh produce to clothing, and is a vibrant place to experience local culture.

While Blackpool is known for its vibrant seaside attractions and entertainment, Preston offers a more relaxed and cultural experience. Visitors to the area can easily explore both cities, as they are relatively close to each other and well-connected by road and rail.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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