United Kingdom Regions
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- 22UK44 reviews
Home of my mother, as it goes, but also a good night out, in and around the Clifton area at least. Very nice Lebanese restaurant there.
- 23UK26 reviews
Such a gorgeous place, with Windsor Castle right at the heart of it, and Eton just on the other side of the river. Even without visiting the castle, it is still a lovely day out with the market and shops there, and the history dotted around the place.
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- 25UK23 reviews
Stunning, especially in September when the ground is carpeted with purple heather.
- 26UK56 reviews
Gibraltar has little redeeming qualities. Other than "the Rock" which is covered with mangey monkeys there is little else to see. It's an old British military establishment which has since turned into a place to evade taxes and is supported by the online poker business. I've been several times for business and really have hated it every time I've been.
- 27UK38 reviews
Blackpool is the ultimate in the cheesy seaside town. Absolutely loved it!
- 28UK81 reviews
Glasgow is Scotland's largest city. Like Edinburgh it has a nice old town center. However, Glasgow also has an industrial and shipping history that Edinburgh doesn't have and it gives the city a little more of an edge. Despite having gone through some hard times with the loss of manufacturing and shipping jobs, it has started to rebound economically.
- 29UK14 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.
- 30UK3 reviews
If I wanted to go mountain climbing, but stroll on a beach the same day, this would be without a doubt the place to come. Such a beautiful place.
- 31UK76 reviews
Manchester Pride Talk about exuberant! Mancunians (yep, that's what they are called here) are joined by LGBT revelers from throughout England and Northern Europe for 10 days of nonstop drinking and partying. It's a drinking city. (August 23-26; info: http://www.manchesterpride.com/ Insider tip: don't miss the George House Trust Candlelit Vigil, the most moving and poignant event in the 10-day celebration. ...
- 32UK57 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.
- 33UK66 reviews
Cambridge is famous for its university and less than an hour from London by train. It is a small town with a wonderful atmosphere as you walk past the old college buildings on cobbled streets. There is a small open air market, interesting shops and a lot of history.
- 34UK16 reviews
One of the best regions in England to be a traveller in. If you want to meet locals and feel the pub atmosphere out of the big cities while also seeing the most picturesque part of the country you have to travel around the Lakes.
- 35UK60 reviews
The Beatles. The Titanic. Port town. The European Capital of Culture for 2008. Fantastic architecture. Great museums. Football. Music clubs. I didn't much expect to like Liverpool, but I ended up enjoying my three-day stay there tremendously. There's just nothing like a bustling port city, and the Mersey always has plenty of activity.
- 36UK22 reviews
Such a pretty town, with so much to do and with the history of Shakespeare, this place is a great day out or weekend break.
- 37UK18 reviews
Small, quiet and nice people
- 38UK21 reviews
A great walk around the River Ness. We watched fly fishermen catch salmon. We stayed at a wonderful guest house, The Strathness. Great beds and the breakfast was very good. We ate at a wonderful restaurant about three blocks away. There is a beautiful Episcopal Church across the street. We had a great view of the castle which is used ...
- 39UK47 reviews
The history of Oxford is almost oppressive when strolling the Uni's campus. But the city and Uni's beauty and architecture made me feel right at home, and snuck into my mind as a possible graduate study location.
- 40UK10 reviews
Swansea is a nice town, in South Wales. It is situated on the Swansea Bay and has a lot of Bed and Breakfast, Guest Houses and Hotels to choose from if you wish to stay there. The town centre has lots of shops, restaurants and bars, so there's plenty to do. The seaside is nice, too. There's also a lot ...