The national capital London is located 200 miles (322 kilometers) southeast of Lancashire, while Manchester is 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the southeast.
Try not to limit yourself to Lancashire, because the wider region has been blessed with a wealth of natural and cultural attractions just waiting to be explored. For something different, check out the Lancaster Castle and Church of St Mary in and around Lancaster, another place in the United Kingdom, some 9 miles (14 kilometers), away from Lancashire. A drive to Clitheroe is another worthwhile option It is 12 miles (19 kilometers) from Lancashire and is home to the Clitheroe Castle and Forest of Bowland.
Around 14 miles (23 kilometers) to the south of Lancashire is Douglas, a regional center which is home to Cregneash Village Folk Museum, Tower of Refuge and Laxey Beach. Peel Castle, Port St Mary Beach and Tynwald St. John's are a number of other attractions worth investigating for those who would like to spend a while longer there.
To really understand a region, it's good to understand the past. England's rich traditional villages are a great place to start. No matter what your faith, you're guaranteed to find a little serenity in England's monasteries and other sites of spiritual significance.
Admire England in a completely different way. Summon the courage and try paragliding. England offers plenty of excellent ways to enjoy its unique landscapes. So why not join one of the many mountain climbing and horse riding experiences on offer.
Don't forget, travel adventures are the only thing you can buy that increases your wealth. Your time in Lancashire, will leave you with memories you'll treasure forever.