Regions in UK

The UK is full of pretty country villages, rolling green fields and serene lakes backdropped by heather-topped hills but it is also buzzing with activity from the bright lights of London to the regal streets of Edinburgh. 

Eclectic, exciting, non-stop London has something for everyone for a truly memorable holiday or honeymoon. Immerse yourself in fascinating history and regal splendour at the Tower of London, the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace, take in a musical in the famous theatreland that is the West End and stroll along the Thames and take in the views from the London Eye on the riverbank.
Edinburgh’s irresistible charms have long attracted visitors on their holiday in the UK, and with good reason. Scotland’s regal capital never fails to wow: from the castle that sits proudly above the city to the Georgian splendour of the wide streets and landscaped parks- while a short walk up to Arthur’s Seat near the city centre will reward you with stunning views over the surrounding mountains and the sea.

The Lake District is a perennial holiday favourite, and with good reason. This UNESCO World Heritage-listed spot is named after its many beautiful lakes, including the majestic Windermere, England's largest lake, which is framed by a beautiful backdrop of hills and mountains. Come here for some peace, tranquillity, fresh air and spectacular scenery - and don’t forget your camera.

Step back in time to the delights of Roman and Georgian England on a holiday or short break in Bath, which is just 90 minutes from London. In this beautiful and historic city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can bathe in naturally hot spa water, just as the Romans did centuries ago, and wander the cobbled streets, Georgian squares and landscaped parks that have inspired novelists and artists for generations.
For a romantic slice of quintessential England on your holiday in the UK, stay in a traditional country house: take your pick from the impossibly beautiful villages and lush green countryside of the Cotswolds, the picture perfect market towns of Somerset, and the national parks, ancient woodlands and colourful wildlife of the New Forest.
Chic tartans, peat-fuelled fires and turreted bedrooms, long grand driveways, staggering foyers and expansive views - if this is what you are expecting from a Scottish castle hotel or a regal retreat in the Highlands, then you are absolutely right. Once used to defend the local tartan-clad clans from surrounding armies, these centuries-old castles and majestic hotels offer some of the best stays in the world - their beauty only contested by the landscape they are set in.

In the vibrant city of Manchester, the unofficial capital of northern England, you can catch a nail-biting game featuring Manchester United at the famous Old Trafford stadium, indulge in first-class shopping and sightseeing, explore designer stores such as Harvey Nichols and Selfridges, and immerse yourself in cultural highlights from cutting edge theatres to colourful festivals.

Bustling, colourful Liverpool is a haven for lovers of football- this city in the north of England cherishes the sport with a passion. See Liverpool FC in action at the iconic Anfield stadium and soak up the unique atmosphere. Liverpool also has a rich musical heritage, not least the Beatles, who started their world domination here: a visit to the famous Cavern club, where they played many of their early gigs, is a must.


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