Map of North East Lincolnshire
This small but picturesque English county is a favourite tourist attraction for those who want a relaxed vacation. To make your trip as comfortable and carefree as possible, it is very important to arrange all the details of your trip (estimated costs, travel insurance, hotel reservations) before you get to your destination. It is also useful to know where you can find reliable car hire services in the area. This high quality map of North East Lincolnshire offers you an excellent opportunity to discover this region’s location and its surroundings as well as its major cities, making it a perfect trip organizer. So, before you embark on a trip to England you should always check if the essential items, such as your traveler’s checks, passport and, of course, the map of North East Lincolnshire are packed.
This is a map of North East Lincolnshire. This map will be able to provide you with a general understanding of the surrounding areas, as well as any roads, streets, landmarks, towns, villages, capitals and regional or provincial divides.
North East Lincolnshire is an area within England. Specifically it resides within the borders of Yorkshire and Humber, and is known as a unitary Authority. The area shares borders with North Lincolnshire’s unitary authority as well as Lincolnshire’s administrative county. Together the three individual administrative units make up Lincolnshire’s ceremonial county.
The area was historically a part of the Lindsey Kingdom, although the name had not yet been given to it. Prior to 1996, the area was property of two boroughs: Great Grimsby and Cleethorpes. After the Abolishment of Humberside, the two boroughs merged and created the North East Lincolnshire region.
The total area of the region spans some 75 square miles (191 km squared) which gives it the rank of 171 in that regard. In terms of population, there are just under 160,000 people living in North East Lincolnshire giving it a rank of 112. Combining these two measurements gives a total population density of around 2,200 people per square mile, or 830 per square kilometre.
The northern region of North East Lincolnshire is majorly made up by flat land, and the whole area is dotted with various towns and villages. There is also a good number of attractions within the area and a high number of schools and educational services.