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- 1UK1930 reviews
My favourite place in the world. Amazing, beautiful, incredible. Such a piece of art.
- 2UK68 reviews
The most popular and have beautiful scenery in this world. We are glad we had visited some of the Colleges and hope to visit here again.
- 3UK57 reviews
It's arguably England's best preserved Medieval city, and very walk able. In addition to the main draw of the Minster, the National Railway Museum is excellent. You can really get the feel of old England here.
- 4UK237 reviews
Edinburg is the oldest and beautiful castle. It is the centre of government and culture. Castle, palace, wine and music are around you everywhere. Edinburg is unique and special to attract visitors like full of Greece buildings, Johnston Terrace, traditional Tartan weaving Mall. The Hub, The Scotch Whisky Experience, castle Esplanade and etc.
- 5UK68 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.
- 6UK25 reviews
This is a easy area to do day trips from London. We liked the port town of Portsmouth with a very nice area to see exhibits and ships at the port, plus an excellent new shopping/restaurant mall type place. We also liked Brighton, a sea resort area.
- 7UK23 reviews
I was here once when I was 16 and I remember taking a tour of Shakespeare's house. It left little impression on me but I remember reading once that Thomas Jefferson and John Adams took the same tour during their diplomatic days in the 1780's and, as was custom with sightseers in those days, they cut a shard out of ...
- 8UK56 reviews
Gibraltar is a bit of an anomaly. It's like someone cut off a corner of grumpy old England and plopped it down right between Spain and Morocco. You actually need your passport to get into this far flung corner of the UK and you need to take heed of the local pub flies that don't take too kindly to strangers, ...
- 9UK8 reviews
Perth is a small Scottish City of 45000 people. Stunningly situated on the banks of the River Tay Perth is the gateway to the Scottish Highlands and is well worth a stop to explore and stay over. It has a large range of excellent local places to eat and stay
- 10UK65 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 ...
- 11UK23 reviews
Okay I am was born in Scotland so I do have a in built preference but I have traveled the World and their is not many places to beat the majestic Scottish Highlands. A Adventure Travel paradise with welcoming Scots to greet you.
- 12UK17 reviews
If you're in London for a while, I highly recommend getting out of the city and visiting the countryside, and Nottingham is a great choice. It is large enough that the train is direct from London,but there are also very cute, tiny towns surrounding it and of course, Sherwood Forest!
- 13UK1 review
Mansfield is tiny but cute, with the main attraction of Sherwood Forest. The people are great, although I got the sense that some hasn't set foot outside Mansfield in a while, if ever. We could barely get directions to the next town!
- 14UK2 reviews
This is a very cute town, with friendly people and a classic charm. We stayed here when we visited Sherwood Forest, which is easily reachable by bus. Much less expensive than London and the countryside is beautiful!
- 15UK4 reviews
beautiful scenery and lovely people!
- 16UK26 reviews
Home to Windsor castle, Eton College, and a very scenic town. Accessible by train through Reading and Slough. Great day out with family and the castle is stunning. Be sure to allow a day.
- 17UK5 reviews
Many a play date enjoyed here with other mums in Kensington. Lovely park, lovely residential area, great cinema (Kensington Odeon -- where our beloved Princess Diana use to take her boys). Access via my favorite street in London, Kensington High Street. Lived within walking distance - great, bustling, but safe and exciting place to stroll and shop.
- 18UK45 reviews
Surprisingly exceeded my expectations as I sailed in here for the Harbour Festival. It is such a lively place with so many things going on with things to do and the art and general landscaping is just brilliant! A great city.
- 19UK6 reviews
Leeds Castle.. A magnificent site set in Beautiful grounds With wonderful children's facilities. Including a fun maze which leads to a magical underground grotto.
- 20UK2 reviews
Fort Augustus is situated at the beginning of Loch Ness , we can seen Caledonian Canal amd Augustus. Then we can take a cruise to see Loch Ness, if lucky you can even see the Ness 'Monster'/ The unique of Loch Ness is different scene in sunny weather or rainy season.