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Comprising Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, the United Kingdom is an archipelago perched in the northwestern part of Europe. The western and northern parts of the UK feature high grounds, verdant valleys, and rugged mountain ranges. This region of the island nation evolved when the whole region was shrouded by glaciers during the ice age. The southern part of the country is packed with rolling lush hills and idyllic lakes.

Much of the beauty of the United Kingdom can be credited to its glorious cultural heritage and diverse scenery. While the serene countryside, quaint villages, and shimmering water bodies will rejuvenate you from within with nature's treatment, the intriguing museums, elegant galleries, architecturally rich monuments, and age-old cathedrals will offer you boundless information about the history of the country.

The United Kingdom is blessed with bountiful attractions that are spread all over the country, oozing out both rustic and contemporary charm. While London and Edinburgh attract history buffs and architectural enthusiasts with their ancient structures, Liverpool and Manchester woo leisure seekers with their trendy shops, lovely parks, and swanky restaurants. While Brighton will let foodies savour the most flavoursome seafood, Snowdonia will take you closer to nature with its hill farms and valleys.

The UK is packed with plenty of things to do in order to ensure your trip is personalized with the activities you want to enjoy. While you can participate in many colourful fairs and festivals in Edinburgh, you can enjoy cost-free museum tours in London. Likewise, while you can experience rock climbing and ziplining in Snowdonia, you can watch impressive musical performances at Manchester.

The United Kingdom experiences a temperate oceanic climate with cool and cloudy weather accompanied with infrequent high temperatures. The most ideal time to explore this island country is during the summer months of June to August, when the days are warm and long, favouring all kinds of outdoor activities.

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28 January 2020
Easy to book with Thrillophilia! I'm happy with their services.
22 January 2020
What a splendid experience with Thrillophilia! Enjoyed a lot at London O2 Arena with family.
22 January 2020
So happy to see the most famous museum in the world. It was an amazing experience for me being a history lover. I have even watched a movie on Winston Churchill so I could replate to some scenes.
Thanks to the Help of Thrillophilia I have a hassle free experience. My climbing Experience was not hampered due to that.
It was an amazing night there, we enjoyed up to the sky , we will not forget this experience.
03 February 2020
Not an experience that you get to have every day. From all the places I visited in London on my tour, this had a distinct feel to it. I didn't expect a lot of tourists there but to my surprise, I found there was a great line for ticket booking. The entire museum had a very offbeat feel to it. It really made me feel like I was in a war room preparing for some kind of a battle.
10 December 2019
The best place to enjoy a night in London. Me and my friend got direct access to the pubs and had a fun time throughout the night. The music was really good and we enjoyed a lot of local drinks there. Cheers.
I booked this tour for my family as there were old aged people it needed to be a bit lenient. and it was absolutely what we asked for the members were supportive as well as the team members were cooperative enough. Thanks for making this a memorable trip.
13 February 2020
Adventure for both me and my family. The London O2 Arena Climbing Experience was amazing. The safety was on point and everything was extremely well managed. It was a little tiring for me but then I found my kids just hopping through the entire journey which really made me feel happy. The entire adventure lasted for more than an hour and at the end of it, on the peek, we got to enjoy that encapsulating view.
This is a great package if you want to explore London city at night. I had a great time with our guide. We visited multiple clubs and had drinks and met new people. What an amazing night!

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  1. What are the best places to visit in the United Kingdom?

    1. Wonderful Windsor: Spend some time in the town of Windsor in England during your United Kingdom tours at a place which is well known for the Windsor castle where the British royal family resides. Enjoy a relaxing river trip during your stay and admire the Gothic-style castle, which is the oldest and largest inhabited castle of the world, from the water.

    Stroll across the spectacular castle garden and take a look at the wonderful treasures of the State Apartments which includes masterpieces by Holbein, Rubens and Van Dyck. Visit the Great Kitchen and learn about the disastrous fire of 1992.

    Location: Windsor, UK

    2. The Cotswolds and Lake District: The picturesque Cotswolds with its lush rolling hills and quaint villages will make you feel its old-world charm. You will be delighted while you visit the churches, mansions and the authentic thatched and beamed cottages. Climb up to Broadway Tower, the Cotswolds highest tower, in Worcestershire to get a stunning view of the English countryside.

    The scenic splendour of the Lake District will mesmerise you with its view. You will feel enchanted as you visit the stunning Ullswater Valley sheltering a beautiful lake hidden amongst towering fells.

    Location: Cotswolds, England
    Lake District, United Kingdom

    3. The University Towns of Cambridge & Oxford: Feel excited as you visit Cambridge, known best for its university. Visit this town, half of which has been occupied by 31 colleges of the University of Cambridge. Feel enchanted as you explore the other half of the town with its web of cobbled streets winding through eateries and shops. Take a tour of the university to see the UK's largest collection of preserved historic buildings along with stunning college grounds.

    Oxford, the other famous town known for its University, is also known as the city of the Dreaming Spires. Feel excited visiting this town where you will get to see a mixture of ancient and modern. Visit the Oxford University's 38 colleges, each set around a quadrangle with several inner courtyards along with chapels, dining halls, libraries, student accommodations, etc. Climb up the Carfax Tower to get a view of the city centre.

    Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom & Oxford, England

    4. Canterbury: You may opt for one of the United Kingdom travel packages which include a visit to the historic Canterbury. While in this city, pay a visit to the Canterbury Cathedral, the home of the Archbishop of Canterbury, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Feel enchanted as you visit this stunning cathedral with its intricately carved masonry on the exterior.

    Wander through the pedestrianized area of Old City Canterbury with its historic timber-framed buildings. Other places of visit include Canterbury Tales, Canterbury Roman Museum etc.
    Location: Canterbury, Kent, United Kingdom

    5. Big Ben: A star attraction of London is the famous clock tower, Big Ben, located near Westminster Abbey in central London. Visit this hundred meter tall UNESCO World Heritage Site which was designed by Augustus Pugin and feel awe-struck looking at its grandeur. Big Ben is actually the nickname given to the Great Bell of the clock which is the second largest four-faced chiming clock in the world.

    Location: Westminster, London SW1A 0AA, UK

    6. London Eye: One of the glory of London which must be a part of all United Kingdom holiday packages is the famous London Eye, located on the River Thames. This giant Ferris wheel is 135 meters in height and has 32 observation capsules hanging on the circumference of the wheel.

    Take a ride on this giant wheel and reach the top to get a panoramic view of London and its horizons from the capsule that acts as an observation deck. Feel excited during the time the wheel completes one revolution in 30 minutes. Go for the ride at night to enjoy a spectacular view of London glittering in lights.

    Location: Lambeth, London SE1 7PB, UK

    7. Stonehenge: History buffs will love visiting Stonehenge, a Neolithic site, located close to Amesbury in England. Feel thrilled as you visit yet another UNESCO World Heritage Site which dates back to 3000 BC and is known to be the most architecturally sophisticated prehistoric stone circle in the world. While no one knows exactly why this site was built and what the stones represent, the general opinions are that they were either a burial ground or astronomy site of sorts.

    Location: Amesbury, Salisbury SP4 7DE, UK

    8. Hyde Park: Hyde Park, one of the eight royal parks in London, is a must inclusion in all United Kingdom packages. Spend a day at this park which has a plethora of activities on offer such as boating, swimming, horse riding, tennis, skating, jogging, walking and many more.

    You can spend quality time in the midst of nature consisting of a variety of trees and flowers along with a beautiful glittering lake. Stroll across the park to witness monuments, fountains, statues, memorials and walk inside the bird sanctuary to see some beautiful species of birds and insects.

    Location: London, UK

  2. Which are the best places to visit in the United Kingdom?

    1. Edinburgh: Known fondly as the “Athens of the North”, Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland. Divided into 2 parts - the Georgian New City and the Old Town, this city showcases a blend of contemporary and rustic atmosphere.

    Some of the world-famous historic sites housed in Edinburg include Edinburgh Castle, Scott Monument, Arthur’s Seat, and Holyrood Palace. Known as the Scottish art and culture hub, Edinburgh also hosts many popular festivals and events including Edinburgh International Book Festival, Edinburgh Fringe, and Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

    Location: Scotland, United Kingdom.

    2. London: 
    Perched on the River Thames, London makes for the capital city of England. Discovered by the Romans, this is a globally leading city in terms of fashion, entertainment, tourism, commerce, finance, healthcare, and education.

    London propels 15.3 million tourists every year owing to its iconic wonders including Big Ben, London Eye, the British Museum, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace. One of the best things about London is that most of the amazing places of interest are absolutely free, making your trip much more cost-friendly.

    Location: England, United Kingdom.

    3. Liverpool: 
    Known popularly as the hometown of the Beatles band, Liverpool is famous for its brilliant football teams and wonderful culture. This flamboyant city has gained a significant amount of fame for its lively nightlife, swanky shopping destinations, intriguing museums, alluring galleries, and enchanting music. Having received its name back in 1173, the city is now a renowned trading metropolis, financial center, and university town. Declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the handsome city of Liverpool is home to many heritage attractions including the Philharmonic Hall, Walker Art Gallery, Albert Dock, and Merseyside Maritime Museum.

    Location: Merseyside, England, United Kingdom.

    4. Manchester: 
    Lying in North-western England, Manchester is popularly known for its prosperous industries, vibrant culture, enthralling music, and famous football clubs. This city is remembered for its active significance in the Industrial revolution and was counted among the country’s most flourishing cities during the 18th and 19th centuries.

    With its wide range of recreational destinations, Manchester is  known as a paradise for the entertainment and fun seekers. While Opera House showcases brilliant musical and theatrical performances, Chill Factor offers the widest and longest indoor ski spot of Britain. Furthermore, King Street, Bolton Arcade, and St. Anne’s Square offer world-class shopping experiences.

    Location: Lancashire, England, United Kingdom.

    5. Cardiff: 
    Making for the capital city of Wales, Cardiff is known popularly for its age-old castles, Victorian-era arcades, and ancient warehouses. While you are here, you can get an insight into the rich history of the city at Cardiff Castle, the “City of Arcades”, Llandaff Cathedral, Red Castle, and National Museum Cardiff.

    You can also visit the Wales Millennium Centre, where you can enjoy literary events, ballets, and operas and learn about the glorious culture and art of Cardiff. If you are seeking some fun and thrill, you can head to Cardiff Bay walking at the parks, spotting wildlife, and shopping.

    Location: Wales, United Kingdom.

    6. Canterbury: 
    The bustling market city of Canterbury is known for its quaint medieval character. Counted among the heritage cities of Britain, this rustic city is home to a plethora of historically significant sites including St. Augustine’s Abbey, Cathedral Precincts, Canterbury Cathedral, and the Canterbury Roman Museum.

    It will be unfair to say that the city of Canterbury only attracts history buffs, as the King’s Mile’s historic streets also propel shoppaholics with its bustling shops and elegant galleries. While you are here, you can also visit The Canterbury Tales that recreates the sounds, smells, and sights of Chaucer’s medieval England.

    Location: Kent, United Kingdom.

    7. Windsor: 
    Lying on the Thames river’s south bank, Windsor is a small quaint town that has no full stop to its sightseeing opportunities. Packed with ancient half-timbered houses, cobblestone lanes, and winding alleys, this town retains its medieval look and feel.

    This place is known popularly for the world-famous Windsor Castle, which served as a residence to the Royal Family in the bygone times. While you are here, you can spend time exploring the endless historical sites including the Frogmore Estate, Eton College, Dorney Court, and the Windsor and Royal Borough Museum. You can also enjoy a serene boat ride on the picturesque Thames River.

    Location: Berkshire, United Kingdom.

    8. Lake District: 
    Packed with 16 glacial lakes, sprawling woodlands and lush valleys, the Lake District attracts nature lovers, peace seekers, and photographers with its unmatched virgin scenic beauty.

    This place offers the travelers the chance to enjoy a plethora of amazing recreational activities, such as serene nature walks, challenging hiking tours, and boating. In the bygone times, Lake District has also served as the source of inspiration for many renowned writers like John Ruskin, Beatrix Potter, and William Wordsworth.

    Location: Cumbria, England, United Kingdom.

    9. Cambridge: 
    Known famously for its university, the city of Cambridge boasts the highest number of well-preserved historical structures in the entire England. Before the establishment of the university, Cambridge happened to be a Norman fortification. While the fort was short-lived, this exuberant city has passed the test of time to represent a charming medieval character at the present day.

    The city is home to a plethora of heritage buildings including Fitzwilliam Museum, Anglesey Abbey, Peterhouse College, Pembroke College, National Horse Racing Museum, and the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Cambridge is also known for its umpteen varieties of cultural events, such as the Cambridge Folk Festival and the Midsummer Fair.

    Location: England, United Kingdom.

    10. Snowdonia: 
    Snowdonia represents the beautiful mountainous region of Gwynedd in Wales, which is home to 14 peaks around 3,000 feet in height. Some of the highest peaks housed here include Snowdon, Crib Goch, Garnedd Ugain, Yr Aran, and Lliwedd. This place also shelters many man-made attractions, such as Snowdon Mountain Railway, the Llanberis and Beddgelert villages, and the National Slate Museum.

    One of the best places of interest in Snowdonia is the world-famous Snowdonia National Park that shelters 50 lakes, hill farms, valleys, and Roman ruins. Snowdonia also forms an excellent destination for enjoying adrenaline-fueled activities like paragliding, ziplining, rock climbing, and white water rafting.

    Location: Wales, United Kingdom.
  3. What are the best things to do in the United Kingdom?

    1. Tour the Spectacular National Parks of the UK: Go on an excursion tour to the incredibly diverse countryside of the United Kingdom that is packed with idyllic lakes, rugged moors, picturesque mountain peaks, age-old woodland, and rolling lush hills. In order to witness all the various types of landscapes of the UK, pay a visit to the 15 awe-inspiring national parks here.

    From the wilderness of Exmoor and the serene water bodies of  the Lake District to the dramatic Peak District and Northumberland’s dark skies, check out the best kept secrets of all the renowned national parks of the UK.

    Location: United Kingdom.

    2. Laugh Your Heart Out at Edinburgh Fringe: 
    If you are visiting the UK in the month of August, consider attending the largest arts festival of the world, the Edinburgh Fringe. During this festival, the capital city of Scotland gets packed with performers and comedians for an entire month of theatre, plays, and shows.

    While you are here for the festival, you can expect an amalgamation of big-name stars and first-timers, snappy one-liners, old favourites, new materials, and unique experimental comedy. During the Edinburgh Fringe, the whole city of Edinburgh gets transformed into an exciting and pulsating world of excellent energy.

    Location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

    3. Marvel at the Architecture of Stonehenge: 
    A trip to the United Kingdom is never complete without a visit to the very popular historic stone circle lying on Salisbury Plain. While you are at this age-old, intriguing structure, marvel at each of its corners while exercising your brain and building your personal conspiracy theories about it.

    Were these standing stones a ground for sacrifice, a burial site, or a celestial calendar? Is its evolution supernatural or extraterrestrial? Come out with your personalized true story about the monument.

    Location: Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom.

    4. Visit the Free Museums of London: 
    Take a free city tour of London and pay a visit to the free entry museums as well as art galleries here. You can check out the exhibits at Exhibition Road in South Kensington and explore decorative arts at the V&A.

    Next, you can witness brilliant classical and modern artworks at the National Portrait Gallery, the National Gallery, Tate Modern, and Tate Britain. You can then proceed to the Museum of London to get a sneak peak into the rich past of London and the British Museum to take a look at the intriguing vintage artefacts from across the globe.

    Location: London, United Kingdom.

    5. Go Seal Spotting at Blakeney Point: 
    Go on an excursion to the northern Norfolk coastline, which happens to be a serene destination with Blakeney Point being its prime attraction. Blakeney is known popularly for its salt marshes, exotic sea birds, picturesque sand dunes, and of course thriving seal population.

    This National Nature Reserve shelters a huge grey seal colony that attracts millions of wildlife lovers to this place every year. In order to spot these fascinating marine creatures, you can board a ferry from Morston Quay. If you have time, you can also explore the quint Blakeney villages and the pristine Holkham Beach.

    Location: Norfolk, United Kingdom.

    6. Relish the English Fish and Chips at Brighton: 
    Proceed to the idyllic seaside town of Brighton and lazily wander around the independent shops, cozy cafes, and quaint galleries at the Pavilion.

    Play some arcade games, before unwinding at the relaxing pebbly beach and relishing a plate of fresh fish and chips. You can also stay up until evening to see the amazing clubs and bars of the town come alive.

    Location: Brighton, United Kingdom.

    7. Explore the Italian-Style Villages of Wales: 
    Head to Portmeirion and you can expect to be forgiven once for assuming you are in Italy rather than Wales. This breathtaking destination is packed with colorful Italian-style villages that let you take an apparent tour of southern Europe.

    Perched on its calm private peninsula, Portmeirion Village features a spellbinding collection of multicoloured buildings that are completely strategized by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, a renowned Welsh architect. In addition to alluring buildings, this part of Wales is also packed with pristine sandy beaches and picturesque gardens.

    Location: Wales, United Kingdom.

    8. Visit the Childhood Homes of the Beatles: 
    Take an exploration tour to the historic city, Liverpool, which the Beatles considered their home. This flamboyant city is the place where the four talented performers met and began their brilliant musical journey.

    While you are touring the city pay a visit to The Beatles Story and collect exciting facts regarding the extraordinary musical career of the Beatles. After that, head to 20 Forthlin Road and Mendips, which once served as the childhood residences of Paul McCartney and John Lennon. Lastly, enjoy a memorable night out at Cavern Club that is located near the site where the Beatles began their first performance in the 60s.

    Location: Liverpool, United Kingdom.

    9. Admire the Rock Formations at the Giant’s Causeway: 
    Pay a visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Giant’s Causeway and spend some time admiring the geological wonders of this dramatic coastal landmark.

    Built with 40,000 basalt rock columns, this breathtaking site is home to shiny stones, mesmerizing rock formations - the Giant’s Boots and the Camel, and the Wishing Chair - an amazing naturally formed throne. While you are at the Giant’s Causeway, give it a thought and decide if it is the remnants of a passageway constructed by a magnificent giant or the outcome of volcanic events over a period of 60 million years.

    Location: Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.

    10. Hike the UK’s Highest Peak: 
    Get into your hiking boots and head on a hiking tour to the highest mountain of the United Kingdom, Ben Nevis. Perched at an approximate elevation of around 1,345 meters, this majestic mountain can be hiked by following two routes - the Mountain Track and the Carn Mor Dearg Arête.

    While the former route is usually taken by most of the hikers, the later is picked by seasoned climbers owing to its challenging ascent. Thrill seekers who are in for a more adventurous hiking experience can take up the National Three Peaks Challenge and go hike Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike, and Snowden, the highest peaks of Scotland, England, and Wales.

    Location: Scotland, United Kingdom.
  4. What is the best time to visit the United Kingdom for a honeymoon?

    The best time to visit the United Kingdom is during summers. The average temperature is moderate, rendering a perfect atmosphere for all outdoor activities. Tourists can visit during the autumn season and admire the rusty and orange hue with which the narrow cobbled pathways get decorated with.

  5. What is the best time to visit the United Kingdom?

    Since the United Kingdom experiences a temperate climate with moderate temperatures during winters and summers, the country can be visited throughout the year.

    That said, the most ideal time for visiting the UK is during the autumn months of September to November and the spring months of March to June. During this time the weather remains cool and pleasant, favoring outdoor activities.
  6. How to reach the United Kingdom?

    The easiest and most convenient way to reach the United Kingdom is by air. You can easily take a direct flight from any major city in the world and reach any of the five international airports in London - London Heathrow, London City, London Luton, London Gatwick, or London Stansted. If you are traveling to the UK from India, you can get direct flights from Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, and Chennai.
  7. How to reach the United Kingdom?

    You can start your United Kingdom tours by travelling to London, the capital city of the United Kingdom.

    By Flight: London is well-connected with the rest of the world by air through its 5 airports with Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted being the most important ones.

    By Train: London is connected to several European cities such as Berlin, Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam.

  8. How much time does it take to get a visa to the United Kingdom?

    In general, getting a visa to travel to the United Kingdom will take you around 15 days, provided you submit all the required documents correctly. However, the travelers are recommended to apply for their visas at least a month before their travel date.
  9. What is the cost for a tourist visa in the United Kingdom?

    In general, applying for a short-term tourist visa to the United Kingdom costs around INR 7956.
  10. Is a Schengen visa valid for the United Kingdom?

    No, Schengen visa is not valid for traveling to the United Kingdom. Since the UK isn’t a part of the Schengen area and is considered to be a non-Schengen country, no traveler is permitted to visit the country with a Schengen visa.
  11. Do Indian passports need a visa for the United Kingdom?

    Yes, Indian citizens planning to travel to the United Kingdom will need to have a valid visa. Applying for a visa is very easy and it usually takes around 10 to 15 days for it to be processed after the application has been submitted.
  12. How much bank balance is required for a Schengen visa?

    A minimum bank balance of 3000 pounds maintained consistently for the last six months is required to get a Schengen visa. In case the traveler does not have this amount maintained in his/her bank account, he/she can submit the bank statement of a relative or family member with an attached letter conveying that they would be sponsoring the tour.
  13. How much does it cost to tour the United Kingdom?

    Your average daily expense during your trip to the United Kingdom will be around 158 pounds (INR 15,451) per head per day. So, the approximate cost to enjoy a one-week tour to the UK will be around 1,107 pounds (INR 108,251) per week.
  14. What is the currency of the United Kingdom?

    The official currency of the United Kingdom is the GBP (British Pound) that finds its use in Great Britain, the British Antarctic Territory, British Overseas Territories, Tristan da Cunha, and the South Sandwich Islands. The British Pound is also known as Sterling.
  15. What are the best adventure activities in the United Kingdom?

    1. Surfing at Sennen Cove: Surfing is one of the most-loved adrenaline-fuelled activities, which is usually done at Sennen Cove in Cornwall. With its stunning white sand beach & clear waters, this coastal village makes for an excellent year round surf spot.

    2. Mountain climbing at Snowdonia: 
    Many adventure junkies visit Snowdonia in North Wales to boast their mountain skills. Plas y Brenin National Mountain Centre situated here offers a number of mountain training courses like mountaineering, climbing, mountain biking, and paddle sports.

    3. Cycling at Giant’s Causeway: 
    Many cyclists love to cycle the 23-mile Causeway Coast Cycle Route, which runs from Castlerock to Giant’s Causeway through Coleraine. This well-paved sign-posted route offers excellent cycle-friendly measures for a safe and traffic-free ride.

    4. Kayaking at Helford Passage: 
    Kayaking is an amazing water sport enjoyed on the calm waters of the Helford River, set between the Lizard peninsula’s eastern side and the Falmouth Bay’s western side. With its excellent marine ecology and scenic beauty, this place forms a great boating spot.

    5. Paragliding at Isle of Wight: 
    Go paragliding at Isle of Wight, which is known for its fantastic scenery and reliable wind. You will also find many local schools here that offer easy and rapid training for a smooth paragliding experience.
  16. What are the romantic things to do in the United Kingdom?

    1. Enjoy a Romantic Walk at the Seven Sisters: Take a leisurely hand-in-hand walk with your sweetheart at the Seven Sisters Country Park, located in the South Downs National Park. While you stroll here, you can soak in the stunning views of the chalk cliffs, an open grassland, and a snaking river.

    2. Experience Stargazing in the Brecon Beacons: 
    Spend some cozy hours gazing together at the twinkling stars in the night sky at the International Dark Sky Reserve in the Brecon Beacons. Couples love to cuddle up in a blanket and spend some intimate moments here, under the breathtaking starry sky.

    3. Soak in the Stunning Views from Spinnaker Tower: 
    Climb up the majestic 170-meter Spinnaker Tower and soak in the spellbinding city views of Portsmouth. After treating your eyes with the mesmerizing views from this iconic tower, treat your tummy with a romantic dinner at The Clouds Cafe, 100-meter up from the ground level.

    4. Enjoy an Imperially Romantic Ride on a Horse-drawn Carriage: 
    Romance in the regal style, feeling like a king and a queen, while you are drawn in a horse carriage around the breathtaking Bath city. Enjoy exploring the Roman heritage and the brilliant architectural marvels of Bath in the course of your ride.
  17. Which are the best cities to explore in the United Kingdom?

    1. Cornwall: Lying in the UK’s westernmost point, Cornwall is isolated and rugged, yet quaint and charming. This ever-gorgeous city is home to rocky cliffs and golden sand beaches that are perfect for adventure activities.

    2. London:: 
    Home to world-famous attractions, London attracts every traveler visiting the UK. This gorgeous city offers the perfect amalgamation of modern marvels and heritage charms. Some of the top attractions of London include London Eye, Big Ben, and Buckingham Palace.

    3. Chester: 
    Over 2,000 years old, Chester is packed with bountiful history and culture. While you walk down the streets here, you can see unique 19th century black-and-white architecture. Cheshire Zoo and Cheshire Cathedral are some of the places of interest in Chester.

    4. Bournemouth: 
    Packed with pastel-shaded beach huts, gorgeous Victorian parks, and picturesque golden sands, Bournemouth offers the perfect seaside holiday. The best-kept secrets of the city of Bournemouth are its cascading seaside fountains and four pristine Blue Flag beaches.

    5. York: 
    The walled city of York is nestled cozily at the confluence of River Ouse and River Foss. This historical city is packed with a number of intriguing museums, such as Yorkshire Museum, the Railway Museum, and the Castle Museum.
  18. What are the top UNESCO Heritage Sites in the UK?

    The Top UNESCO Heritage Sites are in the UK are as follows:
    - Stonehenge
    - Bath
    - Blaenavon
    - New Lanark
    - Westminster Abbey
    - Derwent Valley Mills
    - St. Margaret’s Westminster
    - Ironbridge Gorge
    - Studley Royal Park
    - St. Martin’s Church, Canterbury
    - Durham Castle
    - Conwy Castle
    - Beaumaris Castle
    - Caernarfon Castle
    - Harlech Castle.
  19. What are the best trekking trails in the UK?

    The best trekking trials in the UK are:
    - Hadrian’s Wall Path
    - Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall
    - West Highland Way
    - Helvellyn, Lake District
    - Tryfan, Snowdonia
    - Wessex Ridgeway
    - South Downs Way
    - Southern Upland Way, Borders
    - Stanage Edge, Peak District.
  20. Which are the top locations for one to go cycling in the UK?

    The top locations to go for cycling in the UK are:
    - Essex Creeks
    - Fen Villages
    - West Midlands
    - Seaside South Downs
    - North Norfolk
    - Trent Valley
    - Cheshire lanes
    - Central Chilterns
    - Forest of Dean
    - Southern half of Snowdonia
    - Central Pennines
    - Jurassic Coast.
  21. Which are the best beaches to visit in the UK?

    The best beaches to visit in the UK are:
    - Pelistry Bay, Isles of Scilly
    - Crosby Beach, Liverpool
    - Porthcurno, Cornwall
    - Hunmanby Gap, North Yorkshire
    - Scolt Head, Norfolk
    - Compton Bay, Isle of Wight
    - Bamburgh Beach, Northumberland
    - Rhossili Beach, Wales
    - Beadnell Beach, Northumberland
    - Bigbury-on-Sea, Devon
    - Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Lancashire
    - Barafundle Bay, Pembrokeshire
    - Longsands, Tynemouth.
  22. Which are the most exciting adventure sports to do in the UK?

    The most exciting adventure sports in the UK are:
    - River tubing
    - Clay shooting
    - Caving
    - Flying and gliding
    - Hound trailing
    - Snorkelling
    - Wakeboarding
    - Horseriding on the beach
    - Quad biking
    - Rock climbing.
  23. Which are the top museums to visit in the UK?

    The top museums to visit in the UK are:
    - British Museum
    - Victoria and Albert Museum
    - Natural History Museum
    - London Transport Museum
    - Science Museum
    - Bank of England Museum
    - Museum of London
    - London Transport Museum
    - Imperial War Museum
    - Design Museum
    - Barbican Art Gallery
    - Science Museum
    - Royal Museums Greenwich.
  24. What are the top wildlife experiences to have in the UK?

    Top wildlife experiences to have in the UK are:
    - Selkirk’s salmon leap
    - trail of Squirrel Nutkin
    - Boar watching in the Forest of Dean
    - lying high on the Great Mull
    - Historic Spotting of Species in Chillingham
    - Puffin spotting on Skomer.

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