One shining example is Newstead Abbey, the seat of Lord Byron.The Elizabethan Hardwick Hall is even more impressive: Potterheads might recognise it as Malfoy Manor.
Landside is the public area of the terminal located in the non-secure zone, before security.
Natural attractions: Fans of natural scenery will find plenty to occupy themselves in the East Midlands.
The Peak District National Park has a section in Derbyshire.
In July you can expect temperatures around 16°C on average, perfect for exploring national parks and county towns.
What to see and do Heritage buildings: You'll see the scars of WWII throughout the cities of the East Midlands, but when you venture into the countryside you'll find astounding historic buildings.