Exploring London’s iconic landmarks- from Big Ben to Buckingham Palace to the Tower of London (home of the Crown Jewels), you can immerse yourself in centuries of historic and regal splendour.
Tea at the Ritz- a London institution, enjoying a traditional afternoon tea in the exquisite Palm Court is a must.
Taking in a show in the glittering West End- from long-running musicals to the latest cutting edge drama, there’s no shortage to choose from.
Park life- after a busy day’s sightseeing, relax in one of London’s green leafy parks and feed the ducks that glide serenely on the river.
The Roman Baths- no visit to historic Bath is complete without a visit to the Roman Baths. Make sure you taste these famously restorative waters for yourself- they will cure all ills.
Entertainment in Edinburgh- take the train up north to Scotland’s capital, where as well as fresh air, vast skies and Georgian splendour, you can take in the world-famous Edinburgh Festival in summer and the equally exuberant New Year festivities.
Trekking in the Lake District- the best way to see this beautiful part of the UK is on foot. Spend a day walking around the lakes and hills and reward yourself with a pint in the pub while taking in the views.
Lunch at Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons- this gourmet haven in the heart of Oxfordshire is set in landscaped gardens. After lingering over a delicious lunch, take a stroll and see where fresh vegetables and herbs are grown for the restaurant’s delicious menu.
Football- Englanders take their football seriously, and the football-mad cities of Manchester and Liverpool are perfect spots for enjoying a nail-biting Premier League match.