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[ENGLAND] Which places to visit (london districts + city nearby)

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Good evening,

I apologize in advance for my terrible English level.

I am a 20 year old french girl living currently in Paris and I am trying to plan a 3-4 day trip in England.

I will stay one or two days in London but I have already visited all the "touristic places" (as Westminster, Camden, Tower bridge, Tower hill, Notting hill, Big ben, Picadilly, London eye etc.)I would love to discover less touristic places that's why I decided to visit another London district.
I heard that Hammersmith, Chiswick, Greenwich, Hampstead or Forest hill are really cute places but are they interesting to visit ? As a photography lover I enjoy nature, amazing landscape & parks, architecture, charming villages etc. but I don't want to be bored as I am also a very active person so I love dynamic and uncommon places. Do not hesitate to make some suggestions, it will help me a lot !

For the two days left, I've decided to visit a city not too far from London but I am hestating between Bath, Brigthon, Oxford and Cambridge and I can't make a choice so I would love to get some feedback from your previous experiences in these city

Thank you very much, your advices will be really helpful ♥
Jas'

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