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These scores tell you how well-liked a place is in each Tribe. Gogobot Tribes are groups who share a certain travel style, like Family Travelers or History Buffs.
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- 98%Art & Design Lovers
- 98%History Buffs
- 88%Local Culture
- 69%Family Travelers
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- United KingdomMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersWellnessOct 20, 2013
Before this year, i hadn't really been interested in the UK, and boy was I missing out. The people are friendly, the pubs are cozy, the countryside is lovely, and the much-maligned food is delicious and comforting. Plus, in the UK, there's a beautiful co-existence of cutting-edge culture and historical preservation, so you don't have to give up your quaint buildings and traditional customs for avante-garde art and progressive politics.
- United KingdomMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Dec 13, 2013
I've only seen London and some parts of the English countryside. I would love to come back and visit some of the other parts of the United Kingdom sometime in the future. London is still known as one of the biggiest foodie capitals of the world. Of ourse there is plenty of history here and lots of buildings to see for their beuty and historic significance. Eventhough it's not cheap it is possible to include on a Euro tour. Flights with EasyJet really help!
- United KingdomMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Apr 14, 2013
They speak English but everything still seems foreign. The difference between the internal countries, both in culture and landscape, gives you a chance for infinite experiences without leaving the island.
- United KingdomMar 25, 2013
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- United KingdomJan 06, 2013
You've asked a question that can generate thousands of answers. I suggest that you first decide your priorities: big cities, museums, countryside, restaurants, theatre, castles, and time of travel. To evaluate the numerous options, you might visit www.visitBritain.com//en/us. This is the official travel website of Great Britain. Here you will find destinations and maps, things to do, accommodations and transportation options. Also, google Frommer's London.
- United KingdomDec 19, 2012
I've been to the UK a few times and liked it, but didn't love it. The food was just horrible and one of the things I love most about traveling is the cuisine. It can never compare to the food in Turkey, Japan, Thailand and other cuisine-centric countries.
But I enjoyed the shopping, though it's expensive. The buildings were nice, people were pretty cool but I felt it was a lot like being in the east coast of the US. Maybe I do need to go back and explore outside the city.
- United KingdomMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Nov 15, 2012
The UK is a fun country to visit, and for the american tourist it has the added advantage of a common language. The different countries within the UK provide tourists with plenty of variety. Visit the great city of London, checkout the old town of Sarum and Stonehenge. Then you can move to the Scottish highlands or to Whales and experience a very different history and culture.
- United KingdomAug 15, 2012
Well I'm from the UK so I'm going to be a bit biased about this, but this country needs shouting about. London, Edinburgh, Manchester, everyone knows about those, but what about the real Britain. Beautiful national parks, spectacular coastlines, rugged mountains, lovely little market towns, weird local festivals. Head to the south west and go surfing on the Atlantic beaches. Meander through the villages of the Cotswolds. Climb a mountain in snowdonia in Wales. Cycle across the Peak District. Check out historical York. Climb a fell in the Lake District. Bag a Munro in the Highlands, or visit some deserted white sandy beaches on the west coast. Find local pubs, try real ale, eat a proper pie from Wigan, try a pork pie from Melton Mowbry, eat a Cornish Pasty. Try a Manchester Egg, eat haggis, bury black pudding, cockles and jellied eels. We might be a tiny island packed with over 60million people, but only a third of the country is urban. The rest is green and pleasant land.