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- 11896 reviews
London is a beautiful city full of history and is literally one giant tour ground of museums, castles, and timelessness. At every corner are statues and monuments of military generals. The museums are amazing, and you can learn everything you want about English history. Try the infamous fish and trips. Only drawback is the constant grayess of the weather. Visit ...
- 223 reviews
The Scottish Highlands are beautiful. The low rolling hills and lush greenery is part of the romance of this area. It is a great place to backpack, hike, bike, or explore some other way. The countryside is speckled with incredible Scottish estates and castles. Ruins are everywhere you turn. It's exactly what I had imagine Scotland to be like in ...
- 355 reviews
York, city in UK is rich in history and heritage, particularly political events. One of the great Roman emperor was proclaimed in York... Roman Emperor Constantine the Great.
- 48 reviews
Its taken me 41 years to get to 1 end of Britain, now to the other end at John O'Groats.
- 54 reviews
beautiful scenery and lovely people!
- 64 reviews
Pitlochry is a buzzing little Scottish Town just of the main trunk road heading to the north of Scotland. It has been a tourist destination for many years and has a great range of accommodation and places to eat as well as a well respected theatre. It is the start point of a large 5000 people cycle race every year ...
- 77 reviews
a must go coast city in North Yorkshire, UK even better in summer
- 8234 reviews
I lived outside of Edinburgh in my 20s. Love love love this city!
- 968 reviews
over 5,000 years of history tell the story of a nation. See brochs, castles, palaces, abbeys, towers and tombs. Explore Historic Scotland with your personal guide to our nation's historic places.
- 105 reviews
Snowdonia, the largest of of Wales' three national parks, is popular with nature lovers and hikers of all skill levels. The jagged cliffs, scenic remnants of the Ice Age, provide steep, challenging peaks, along with sloping, green valleys, seasonally blanketed with lilac and purple wildflowers. Camping and RVs are popular overnight options, but there are also several small B&Bs, made ...
- 113 reviews
Why would anyone be surprised to learn an island nation surrounded by churning seas would be home to great surf? Even with frigid temps throughout much of the year, in and out of the water, the UK has hardly registered on the list of mainstream international surf hotspots. But locals and in-the-know surfers from around the world have discovered that ...
- 123 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
- 131 review
Dufftown is generally hailed as the capital of Speyside, the area of Scotland so densely packed with distilleries it is universally considered its own branch of Scotch, despite being a subsection of Highland whiskey. It is home to several distilleries along with, in my opinion, the BEST distillery tour there is, Balvenie Distilleries. It is a very small town, as ...
- 1416 reviews
Enjoy the snowdrops and daffodils of springtime, the butterflies and scents of high summer and the magnificent colours of autumn, Leave the car behind and enjoy the lake and all the pleasure the area has to offer.
- 156 reviews
Relasx and enjoy the fresh air and view the natural scene, good to our health.
- 168 reviews
Sail north past the impressive properties and hotels set on the wooden shoreline, lovely secluded bays abundant with wildlife, before disembarking at Bowness. Bowness is the heart of the Lake District, a holiday town with every sort of shop, cafe and restaurant you can imagine.
- 1754 reviews
There are many palaces which I liked which as follow
- 1843 reviews
England is very popular for tourism but most people traveling to or through the country never leave London. It's understandable, the city has so much to offer, but the English countryside is also beautiful and as quaint as I imagined it to be. This is a country with a rich history and some of the world's greatest artwork. Historically England ...
- 1925 reviews
I haven't been to other parts of England really since we skipped Cornwall for Whales but I'd have to say that although it can feel a bit overcrowded in some parts its charms overwrite anything else. From little beach towns to fishing villages to country pubs to herds of wild horses in New Forest, the whole region is amazing to ...
- 20112 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 ...