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- 1UK1927 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.
- 3UK236 reviews
I thought Edinburgh was adorable! It is a city with a lot of culture to offer and is very tourist-friendly. Edinburgh has all the chic European style with cobblestones, traditional houses and plentiful gardens with a young and engaged population. I would love to return for fun festivals like Fringe! Additionally, it is quite affordable and a great city to ...
- 4UK23 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 ...
- 5UK56 reviews
There are many palaces which I liked which as follow
- 6UK76 reviews
The city of the north. Birthplace of the industrial revolution and home to amazing football, among other things. The city centre has undergone gentrification in recent years so ignore the horror stories.
- 7UK43 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 ...
- 8UK25 reviews
London pretty much dominates this area, which is a fantastic city, but there are many more places to visit in this area, which shouldn't be missed!
- 9UK68 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.
- 10UK17 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!
- 11UK64 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.
- 12UK2 reviews
I live there and Berkhamsted is epic in every way
- 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!
- 14UK48 reviews
For those of us in Cambridge, it will always be 'the other place,' but what a nice place it is. Stunning ancient university town with probably superior architecture. You can spend an afternoon or a decade there and still be delighted.
- 15UK60 reviews
It's a funny city with dead zones that date almost from WWII and a lot of rubble in a belt between the docks and the midtown, but it's undergone a lot of gentrification. Be sure to explore the Albert Dock area, which includes a Tate museum.
- 16UK57 reviews
Having spent much of my angst-y period in high school reading Emily Brontë and Jane Austen, I jumped at the chance to spend six months in York to see the English countryside with my own two eyes. Despite the grey and fogginess that seemed to pervade every nook and cranny in the country, York was even better than I imagined. ...
- 17UK9 reviews
A nice day out on a sunny day! To reach the top you need to physically abled.
- 18UK4 reviews
beautiful scenery and lovely people!
- 19UK1 review
- 20UK14 reviews
The cathedral is the main attraction, but you can also spend a few hours walking around the town. Also try Old Sarum in the outskirts and be sure to try the local pub for the grub.