Most English people frown when they hear about Milton Keynes. This, though, is only because most cities in England are really old have a lot of history whereas Milton Keynes was "built" as recently as 1967.
MK grew from being an important stop on the railway system to a fully architect built city with very few traffic lights and 300 bigger roundabouts and over 1000 total making up a grid system to make traffic flow smoothly.
Entertainment wise there is one of the biggest indoor shopping centers in Europe, lakes for wake boarding, Xscape where you can do indoor climbing, snowboarding, skiing, free fall or bowling. In the theatre District you find all the restaurants, cinemas and other entertainment. One of the big conveniences of MK is that everything is located in clusters and there is no need to go far for a good day/night out.
There are plenty of places to explore such as the new football ground, willen and caldecote lake. If thats not enough then head over to Woburn abbey and go on the safari trip and also visit the house.
Luton is the biggest town in the county of Bedfordshire, which is 45km north-west of central London. Luton had a big straw industry back hundred's of years ago but now the main industry seems…