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- 1UK4.51921 reviews
Lived in central London for a year, and I have to say it has the best of everything a city can offer. Amazing public transit, history, culture, food, the list goes on. It is a great platform for cheap and easy European travel as well. Beware, it is rather expensive and you'll want your peacoat for the winter months.
- 2UK4.5234 reviews
Stunning city, world heritage centre and capital of Scotland. Edinburgh is a festival city, with high art, fringe comedy and theater, jazz, TV, and film festivals; and amazing New Year celebrations. Yet, its modest size gives it a very human scale. The "old town" is the medieval heart of the city, stretching from the castle down the Royal Mile towards ...
- 3UK466 reviews
One of the most beautiful towns in the world, great for history and art lovers
- 4UK456 reviews
a special place...small and lovely shops, and very nice english
- 5UK4.547 reviews
The real home of The Hobbit - or at least JRR Tolkein. The writer who started it all wrote, lived, taught and called Oxford home. Hobbit fans gather here every September for a festival celebrating the greatness of the creator!
- 6UK4.557 reviews
I went twice in a summer and wanna go again and again. I absolutely love York, it has such a romantic and medieval atmosphere. I also ate very good there and it has lovely cafés. And the York Minster is one of the most important gothic cathedrals of Europe.
- 7UK4.563 reviews
Brighton is almost a seaside London (in the mind of Londoners), jump on a train from several stations in central London and you can be by the sea in about 40 minutes. As a city Brighton is picturesque and full of distractions, a popular destination for hen parties and stag dos there are not only a huge selection of bars ...
- 8UK476 reviews
Manchester is one of the UK's oldest cities, dating back to 79 AD, when the Romans built a fort here. When you visit Manchester's Old Town Hall, there is a sculpture of the Roman General who founded Manchester, General Agricola, hanging over top of the Hall's front entrance. This majestic building was opened in 1877. Once you've completed your visit ...
- 9UK58 reviews
Sunny Eastbourne is one of Britain’s best suntraps and next to the gorgeous white cliffs of Beachy Head. Eastbourne never really lost its glamour as a seaside destination and is to this day a popular destination for Brits and foreign visitors alike. There are the typical delights of an English coastal town as well as modern additions like the contemporary ...
- 10UK4.532 reviews
St George's Market is full of good, crafts and entertainment suitable for all ages! Definitely worth trying :)
- 11UK4.58 reviews
Beautiful commuter town southwest of London. Lots of history, good restaurants, nice shops. Fun to explore an love many of the shop specific signs over the various shops!
- 12UK4.58 reviews
Such a nice town and is unfortunately only visited to get to the castle, which is a grand castle, but there are many more treasures to be found here and is a nice day out itself.
- 13UK4.53 reviews
Interesting town with lots of sole traders providing a wide range of products. Make your way on foot through the town to the port where there are a variety of cafes and restaurants. Here you can watch the boats and admire the Sunseaker yachts
- 14UK3.510 reviews
I was there in 1998 !!!!!! It was wonderful!!!! I had courses at COLDERDALE)
- 15UK45 reviews
Not just famous for weddings, nowadays Gretna Green is a great gateway for everyone! The historic building of the Blacksmiths Shop remains the cornerstone of this popular attraction where there's also a host of activities to enjoy, for those not her for a wedding.
- 16UK41 review
Hebden Bridge enjoys a national reputation as a liberal, artistic and creative community with a cosmopolitan atmosphere more akin to larger towns. In 2005, Hebden Bridge was named the funkiest place to live in Europe by British Airways’ in-flight magazine, “High Life”. Its tremendous character is enhanced by the sweeping hills and open countryside around. Hebden Bridge takes its name ...
- 17UK4.57 reviews
Hastings is a seaside town with an edge that is fast becoming a serious contender as an arty outpost of London. With rising prices and the need to make every penny count many artists and creative are looking to make the move outside of London and many are choosing Hastings. The Jerwood Foundation have an outpost here in the Jerwood ...
- 18UK4.560 reviews
Liverpool is one of those great port cities that has apparently done wonders in cleaning up the blight. I thoroughly enjoyed my time there, and would go back for more in a minute. I would advise anyone visiting to make sure you visit the bombed out St. Lukes Church (bombed by the Nazis), the largest Anglican Church in the world, ...
- 19UK4112 reviews
Roman Baths, Sally Lunn's Buns and Sense and Sensibility's Jane Austen are only a few of famous things coming out of this UNESCO's World Heritage Site. Bath has all the typical classic Britain's city and more unique gems that others don't have. It is a truly beautiful city, deep in ancient heritage and full of beautiful architecture. I was there ...
- 20UK481 reviews
While Edinburgh is Scotland's capital and enjoys some great museums as a result, Glasgow is the bigger city with better shopping and also some great museums.