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Our top 10 places to visit in the UK

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The United Kingdom is a great country to visit and has its fair share of amazing places to see with great heritage and history.

1 Llyn Y Fan Fach in Wales is a beautiful and mesmerizing lake in the Brecon Beacons National park. It is surrounded on every side by the Black Mountains and is the source of the Lady of the Lake legend.

Llyn Y Fan Fach

2 Isle Of Man is one of the finest places for stargazing in the British Isles and is located in the Irish Sea between the United Kingdom and Ireland. On an immensely clear night the Orion Nebula can be spotted with the naked eye alone which stands 1500 light years away in the Milky Way Galaxy and to see the Northern Lights. Using a telescope will further create theatrics for visualizing this spectacle.


3 The Tresco Abbey Gardens in the Isles of Scilly located near the coast of the Atlantic are an unlikely location for a sub tropical fauna but allow the prosperity of exotic vegetations from all across the world.

The Tresco Abbey Gardens

4 The Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall contains some of the most secluded and untainted beaches in the United Kingdom. It is also home to a lot of fishing villages and is great for paddling and other activities like shell collection or to host a barbecue.

The Roseland Peninsula

The Roseland Peninsula

5 Cotswolds in South West England is a great country experience with a great view of green valleys and limestone cottages. It is also home to country pubs and has a host of great locals.



6 Wreck diving in search of lost treasures or just for the adventure in Scapa Flow in Orkneys is a great way to boost the adrenaline. It has clean waters in the Atlantic Gulf Stream and a great variety of marine life. The area also has a great cliff diving and cave diving opportunity.

Scapa Flow

Scapa Flow

7 Whitby is a historic fishing port that is known for its amazing fish and chips meals. Also famous for being that town that inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Whitby is full of quiet pristine tea shops, cobbled streets and paths and the great North Sea for a beach. One of its most famous and quintessential food places is the Magpie café where people stand in line for hours to try their twenty different types of fish that are bought fresh everyday and served with chips and tartar sauce for a traditional UK meal.


8 Cycling and kayaking across Alderney the closest channel that leads to France is a great way to unwind for most people and has a little touch of history with the German bunkers that were left from the Nazi occupation during World War II.


9 Cairngorms is a Scottish ski resort that has improved its facilities and is quiet with not a lot of crowd and has a great view off the Alps.


10 The last great place to visit in the UK is the seaside town of Whitstable in Kentish that sees weekender’s from London regularly as it provides a great place for vintage boutiques and pubs. It has an array of beach huts along the coast where picnics can take place and has great art galleries and dress shops for eloquent buyers.





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