The United Kingdom consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. The United Kingdom has always been a popular spot for tourist and there are such places which can attract visitor’s attention. The United Kingdom is rich in cultural heritage as well as diverse scenery. A tourist can explore a lot of fascinating things here. Cities like London, Liverpool and Manchester are always crowded with visitors. If you are an adventurer and want to explore the UK, you must include these places on your list.
1. Hogwarts School of Witchcraft
We all are well aware of the famous Harry Potter. Harry Potter’s Hogwarts School of witchcraft is located in the UK which should be anyone’s top priority to visit first. In the UK, it is further located in the Scottish Highlands. The students who can get admission in Hogwarts are mostly from England, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The castle of the school has been designed beautifully. Although the school does not welcome visitors yet you can see its building and castle from the outside. Most of the wizard’s school locations are kept confidential for their safety purposes.
2.The Lake District
The Lake District is the UK’s national park which is located in the North West of England. It is best for those people who love to explore nature. People can do hiking, photography as well as visit homes of famous poets. You can access the Lake District on the train as well as on their vehicles. If you are travelling from a train, it will take you 2 and a half hour to reach there. This train journey will be the most remarkable journey you will ever experience.
Lake District is also home to some rare wildlife, which includes Red deer, Peregrine falcons, arctic char fish and Britain’s only nesting pair of Golden eagles and Ospreys.
3. South Dorset
South Dorset is full of exquisite landscapes and beaches, incredible seafood, and loads of outdoor adventures, you should visit south Dorset if you get a chance. Nonetheless, this counted as one of the most beautiful parts of the UK!
One can explore the great Jurassic Coast, which starts down in East Devon and goes as far as the charming Old Harry Rocks near Swanage in Dorset. The mountains here were grown between 252 and 201 million years ago, during the Triassic Era, but as well as fossils and geology there are some very splendid landscapes and magnificent cliff walks. You can also explore Durdle Door, which is a stone arch over the sea at one of Dorset’s most attractive beaches.
4. The Cotswolds
If you’re looking for the most peaceful English place to visit then the Cotswolds is the one you are looking for. Here, you can find stone cottages built with honey-colored stones, running streams, winding roads, and beautiful villages. It will take only 2 hours from London to reach there.
If you are planning for a weekend break then it’s not too far, plus you can stop off in Bath, which is a natural spot. Riding around The Cotswolds and relishing the view is an experience in itself if you’re planning to visit in peak summertime you will also accompany by the tourists.
Cotswolds is also world-famous for its beautiful gardens and natural and peaceful environment as compared to city life.
You can explore food; there is a pub nearby called The Old Fleece which serves a gastropub-style food and a lavish Sunday roast.
In The Cotswolds, there are also beautiful towns and sites like Castle Combe, Bibury, Bourton-on-the-Water, and Stow-on-the-Wold are mandatory to visit. One of the favourite thing tourists love to do here is to visit Cotswold Wildlife Park, which allows a close experience with wildlife.
5. Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle is the friendliest as well as the liveliest city of the UK on River Tyne! Here, you can start your day with a lavish breakfast on the quayside. The queues are long at weekends and you have to arrive early if you want to beat the queues. You can order their famous eggs benedict.
After breakfast, take a stroll along the riverside and pass the Millennium Bridge to The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
Another thing you should do in the UK is the Victoria Tunnel. The construction history of this tunnel is interesting as a 19th-century former wagon was used for delivering coal, and later, as a World War II shelter.
At the time of coastal holidays and getaways, very few places in the UK can match the breathtaking views and beaches of Cornwall, 244.4 miles away from London by road.
You can also enjoy most iconic food in Cornwall, like around 60 different varieties of cheese locally produced, the famous saffron buns made with world’s expensive spice saffron and the traditional biscuits in Cornwall are the must-have item on the list.
At Cornwall, every town will possess its hidden pubs and beaches. You can also explore a lot of history in Cornwall too. Here, you further explore Tintagel and the coastal ruins of the birthplace of King Arthur and many forts and castles with the history of thousands of years.
If you want to escape reality then Cambridge is perfect for you. You will enjoy feeling as you have fallen into some fantasy. One of the things we all are aware of Cambridge is the world-famous university. Apart from that, you can also visit Newnham gardens as well as Christ’s College, which is also free. Attending the hymn is one of the most exceptional parts of a visit to Cambridge and you can enjoy it for absolutely free. The fantastic combination of contemporary restaurant and traditional pubs will make your visit even more delightful. You can see the view of the whole city from the of the tower of great ST Mary’s church.