Surrounded from all sides by the Atlantic ocean, United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland has many different attractive things to offer to its’ visitors. However, because of the territory’s huge size, tourists can be insecure about choosing their ideal location, So, if you want to experience the awesome history, beautiful nature and friendly people, United Kingdom is the great selection!
Northumberland is an area on England’s north east coast with the biggest number of castles in England and rich history marked by conflicts between England and Scotland. One of the castles, Anlwick Castle, was used as Hogwarts for the Harry Potter films. And, you can visit it and even experience the life of a famous wizard by trying the broomstick training! Northumberland is a home to Kielder Forest Park and Northumberland National Park. There you can see and enjoy in an intact nature and witness the darkest night skies in the whole UK!
2. Scottish Highlands
Full of mountains, old castles, coastlines, islands and wildlife, Scottish Highlands will make you feel amazing because of the astonishing landscapes, numerous festivals, friendly people and many activities. First, visit the capital, Edinburgh, surrounded by cliffs. You can see the panoramic view of the city from the peak called Arthur’s Seat. For mountain biking, check the Isle of Skye. If you’re a history lover, there’s Eilean Donan Castle, placed between the three sea lochs – Loch Duich, Loch Long and Loch Alsh. There are many more places to visit in Scottish Highlands and the best way to do it is to check Stagecoach’s bus lines and bus prices and have the guaranteed ride.
If you want to visit the best place for a holiday in Wales, then go to Pembrokeshire, a place located on a Wale’s south coast. With a goal of protecting endangered species, the Manor Wildlife Park has numerous interesting creature that you can see and learn about here. Also, you can see the birthplace of Henry VII, the father of Henry VIII, if you visit Pembroke Castle. Here you can explore the network of hidden passages or have an amazing view from the towers.
4. Lake District
Late District is one of the most special places on planet because of its’ astonishing beauty. You can go wild swimming and enjoy the amazing beaches or you can also take a boat and drive it while observing the surrounding forests. Lake District impressed the famous poet William Wordsworth, who fell in love with it and built a house in Dove Cottage.
Cornwall is located in South West England. It’s also a place with the beautiful nature and many things you can see and activities you can try. Thanks to the Gulf Stream, climate allows the sub-tropical plants to grow and there are many gardens worth visiting. Cornwall also has an open-air theater, fishing villages and harbor towns, such as Charlestown, you should check out.