Suffolk is full of pretty streets brimming with characters. 

From quaint lanes lined with independent shops to others that have starred on TV, we are lucky to have a beautiful county to live in. 

Here are five of the prettiest streets in Suffolk that you should visit.

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The Street, Kersey

It may only be home to a few hundred people, but Kersey and the The Street has become one of Suffolk's most recognisable roads. 

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Famed for its ford at one, The Street is lined with houses as well as the historic Bell Inn pub. 

The village played a prominent part in filming for Anthony Horowitz's Magpie Murders.

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High Street, Lavenham 

Lavenham is full of pretty streets, which makes it one of the most popular places to visit in the county. 

The village's High Street has become world-renowned as a result of its Tudor buildings, which grew in popularity after it was used as the background for Godric's Hollow.

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Crag Path, Aldeburgh 

One of Suffolk's most colourful streets, Crag Path adds to the beauty of Aldeburgh. 

The path sits along the stunning seafront, allowing for people to enjoy a walk along the shingle beach.

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Ferry Road, Walberswick 

Further up the coast, Walberswick has become a tourist hotspot due to its beautiful streets. 

Ferry Road, which runs through the heart of the village, is one of the prettiest in the county due to it tiny cottages and quaint village green. 

Hall Street, Long Melford 

One of the longest streets in the UK boasts a wealth of character and beauty. 

Long Melford's Hall Street is filled with independent businesses selling a wide range of products and goods, attracting a number of tourists every week.