for Outdoor Enthusiasts in United Kingdom
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- 1UK1931 reviews
London is full of amazing attractions and history. Hop on hop off bus rides are easily the best way to see as much as possible. London is a huge city comprised of a very diverse populations.
- 2UK23 reviews
Highland has been my favorite part of Scotland. The scenery here is just stunning!
- 3UK9 reviews
Sure, it's kitschy in places, but not to be missed. Beautiful scenery and lovely coastal walks. Be careful with the weather though as it can get quite fierce.
- 4UK43 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 ...
- 5UK6 reviews
a beautiful National Park full with traditional sights and the train up to the peak. can be crowded in the mid summer season. but it is very nice to walk down and see the magnificent views around you
- 6UK237 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.
- 7UK68 reviews
Finally made it to Scotland and I was impressed. It is a beautiful area with green sloping hills and filled with ruins from all different ages. The lifestyle here is active and the people are quite friendly. I immediately felt at ease. I look forward to returning back!
- 8UK65 reviews
A phenomenal seaside town to visit from London. Historically rich, this LGBT-friendly destination makes for the perfect place to live outside of the city or take a weekend trip to. Host to a super fun Pier, amazing shopping, and a robust nightlife, Brighton is a can't-miss destination for a UK bucket list.
- 9UK56 reviews
a special place...small and lovely shops, and very nice english
- 10UK8 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
- 11UK25 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 ...
- 12UK68 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.
- 13UK17 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!
- 14UK6 reviews
Perfect for a nice day trip if your staying a while in Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, Sheffield or Birmingham.
- 15UK2 reviews
Nice little place to wander through. Additional the walk to the valley of the rocks, next to the sea and Wales on the other side. Lots of climbing goats, beautifull seavieuw and impressive rocks!
- 16UK3 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 ...
- 17UK4 reviews
This is an excellent place to go for camping and outdoors activities. Beautiful scenery! While I was there with my cousin and grandfather we did a lot of biking and kayaking. Had a great time. If you like hiking then the Old Man of Coniston is a must.
- 18UK2 reviews
For some of the most picturesque countryside in England, visit the villages in and around the Yorkshire Dales, known simply as the Dales. The Dales is a collection of river valleys and the hills among them. You’ll see flocks of sheep out at pasture, flowing rivers, old rock walls, and attractive villages all over the area. At the villages, stop ...
- 19UK10 reviews
I think Aberdeen is the most impressive of the Scottish cities with the granite buildings and stone streets. Beautiful and strangely haunting and well worth a day or two.
- 20UK4 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 ...