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Aberdeen
Aberdeen is one of the oldest and most historical cities
Brighton
Brighton is on the South Coast of the UK.
Blackpool
Blackpool is a seaside playground with attractions for everyone.
     
Bradford travel
Chester travel
Cambridge travel
Bradford
Bradford, most visited museum outside London
Chester
An ancient, picturesque town with excellent architectures
Cambridge
Cambridge the university city of UK.
     
Coventry travel
Derby travel
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Coventry
Coventry’s attraction is St Michael’s Cathedral
Derby
An industrial and manufacturing centre
Durham
Durham is the ancient cathedral city
     
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Dundee
Dundee is the largest and a wealth of activities for all visitors
Edinburgh
Edinburgh the capital of Scotland
Glasgow
Glasgow is a wealth of historical, architectural and cultural city
     
Gloucester travel
Guildford travel
Harrogate travel
Gloucester
Gloucester is a beautiful and historic city
Guildford
Guildford is the only royal town in Surrey, UK
Harrogate
Harrogate is a beautiful Victorian spa town
     
Inverness travel
Leeds travel
Leicester travel
Inverness
The capital of the Highlands of Scotland, Inverness is an amazing city

Leeds
Leeds is an extremely attractive city with wonderful architecture

Leicester
A thoroughly multi-cultural city
     
Lincoln travel
Manchester travel
Maidstone travel
Lincoln
Lincoln is the most famous cathedral and castle city
Manchester
A large city in northern England.
Maidstone
The centre of the Kent’s Garden of England
     
Northampton travel
Norwich travel
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Northampton
Northampton is an excellent place to visit for anyone interested
Norwich
Norwich is the history and cultural city of England
Perth
Perth is one of the oldest and most interesting areas
     
Plymouth travel
Poole travel
Preston travel
Plymouth
Plymouth as one of the world's most impressive natural harbours
Poole
Poole is a tourist resort and seaport
Preston
Preston is the largest and historical city
   
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Oxford travel
Sheffield travel
Oxford
The University city of Oxford, England.
Sheffield
Sheffield is more of a modern historic city
Windsor travel
York travel
Windsor
World-famous castle town, offers plenty of attractions for the tourist
York
York is the medieval city for more energetic tourists
 
For beautiful scenery head to the Lake District for its mountains, hills and lakes, particularly Lake Windermere. Historic towns of Oxford and York are also well worth putting on your itinerary.

Scotland has some of the UK's most striking scenery. There are moors, lochs and castles. Particularly beautiful is the area from Glasgow to Fort William. Thousands also head to the region to try and find the elusive Loch Ness Monster, or ‘Nessie' as she's known as. Glasgow and Edinburgh are both lively cities with many historic landmarks, particularly Edinburgh Castle which houses the Scottish Crown Jewels.

By far one of the world's top tourist destinations. The UK comprises England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Each country has a distinct identity. The UK is located off the north west coast of mainland Europe. London is one of the greatest cities in the world. There's so much to be captivated by. The Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, The London Eye, St Paul's Cathedral, as well as world class museums, restaurants and stunning parks.

Wales offers the tourist some spell binding scenery. Snowdonia National Park in the north west of the country has stunning landscapes and quaint villages. It's also memorable for the Snowdon Mountain Railway that ascends Snowdon, the highest peak in England and Wales. The country also has more castles than you can shake a lance at, and Cardiff is becoming something of a cultural haven.

Despite its recent troubles Northern Ireland is establishing itself on the tourist trail. There's outstanding scenery in the Fermanagh Lakelands, and around the Causeway Coast, and many intriguing places to visit such as the walled city of Derry.

The countries of the UK are well connected to each other and by air to the rest of the world. There are extensive road and railway networks in each country. The main roads in England have a reputation for being crowded at peak times.

The UK has a temperate climate that's highly changeable from day to day.

Catering for a range of ethnically and culturally diverse people, the industrial centre of Birmingham welcomes tourists with a multitude of attractions. Museums and galleries are dotted around, celebrating its past and showcasing the future. The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery boasts a large collection of Pre-Raphaelite art, while Thinktank offers scientific exhibits for tourists to enjoy. J R R Tolkein’s fans are lured here by a weekend celebrating the life of the author, held at Sarehole Mill, near his former home. Cadbury World offers chocoholics the opportunity to view the stages of chocolate making in the company’s museum, and then for those who need to walk off the excess calories, like many of Britain’s cities, Birmingham offers an abundance of parkland. The largest, Sutton Park offers a nature reserve, with a mix of woodland, heathland, wetlands and lakes populated by an abundance of local wildlife. The city has a lively musical scene, featuring bands of all types from jazz to rock to the more traditional Symphony Orchestra. Festivals of all kinds take place throughout the year, and the ethnic diversity of the city is reflected in the many celebrations occurring here - African, Caribbean and English being only three examples.

 
 
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