City Information – The city of Carlisle, Cumbria, with an estimated 500 500 inhabitants, is located in the north-west of England in the sovereign state of the United Kingdom at 54 ° 54 '27 ° N and 56 ° 38' Western coordinates. The Carlyle area covers a total area of 4015 square miles and is currently the largest in England by area. Fifty-two stunning counselors represent the city's 23 electoral wards.
Twinning-Carlisle with Flensburg in Germany and Stupsk in Poland, since 1961 and 1987 respectively.
The Caucasian population accounts for 99.1 percent of the population with Asians following 0.3 percent and blacks at 0.1 percent. Population density is about 96.9 inhabitants per square kilometer.
Climate – The city experiences a sea climate with cold summers and mild winters. The average summer height ranges from 17 to 20 ° C, and ranges from 10 to 12 ° C. Thus, we strongly recommend you a lot of warm clothing for summer and winter holidays in the area.
Transportation – City transportation options range from road, train, air and bus services. The M1, M6, M25, M40, M61 and M62 motorways connect the city directly to London, North Yorkshire, Humberside, South East and North West. Carlisle Airport caters to pre-arranged private and commercial aircraft. The city's express buses operate nationwide.
Activities – The city of Carlisle is crowded with activities from jogging, cycling and fishing to pony trekking through the Kirchhope Forest. Water sports are very popular in the region and include kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing and sailing. Hadrian & # 39; s Wall National Trail offers a long 84-mile long trail and Cumbria Coastal Way to visitors. Guided hiking trails or in town are available. Talkin Tarn Retreat near Brampton provides activities for everyone in the family, suitable for all ages, abilities and preferences of course.