With it’s diverse, multicultured and various nations the UK is one of the most visisted lands in the world.
England is a patchwork of fields and elegant country gardens like you have seen on screen – in Pride and Prejudice or Downton Abbey – and more. As you travel through villages and towns, listen for the country’s rich tapestry of dialects, which seem to change in the space of a few miles! Bursting with history, England prides itself on landmarks that stand the test of time including the Tower of London and the Eden Project. Discover the eye-opening diversity that makes modern Britain – from global cuisine to urban culture. And at the heart of it all, find London. This cutting-edge city is as into its new trends as its old traditions. You could spend weeks seeking out its hidden treasures, but to experience England in all its glory, you’ll want to venture further afield.
Scotlandof your dreams, from the buzzing cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow to the off-the-beaten-track beauty of the Highlands and islands, untouched by time. You can stretch your legs hiking majestic mountainscapes, or wander pristine beaches where your footprints will be the only ones in the sand. So look beyond the bagpipes and whisky and you’ll uncover a dynamic country where you’re as likely to find experimental music and theatre as you are tweed and tartan. Base yourself in Inverness and explore the Loch Ness region - come for the monster-hunting, stay for hiking, scenic drives, whisky distilleries and even dolphin-spotting.
Wales invites you to discover the country's epic shores, surrounded on 3 of its 4 sides by the sea. Explore the colourful coastal communities all along Wales’ coast and experience the incredible natural beauty of Pembrokeshire, the Gower Peninsular, the Isle of Anglesey and the Llŷn Peninsula. Challenge yourself to walking or cycling part of the world’s first uninterrupted coastal path – the 870-mile Wales Coast Path – and discover new epic experiences all around Wales’ shores, with special events and attractions throughout the year. For a place with such exciting landscapes – from snow-capped peaks to wild coastline – Wales is compact and neighbourly. Explore untouched valleys and sleepy villages or enjoy raring-to-go towns and the capital Cardiff.
Northern Ireland, take the captivating coastal road to see the Giant’s Causeway, one of Europe’s most celebrated natural wonders, or feel the spray from the other side of the Atlantic. When it comes to city life, there’s the colourful capital Belfast and fun-filled Derry - nicknamed Legenderry by locals. Whether you want to hit a golf ball around a world-class golf course or hit the pub for a ‘trad’ music session, you’re in for some great craic on the affectionately known 'Emerald Isle'.