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While traveling on holiday to the United Kingdom, there are several destinations that are an absolute must-see. Whether you are an avid history buff, lover of good beer, or love the outdoors, the UK has something for everyone. While this article will only highlight 3 places to visit in the UK, it is important to be mindful of the fact that there are a plethora of places to visit in the UK so it is highly likely that you will be making additional trips there. This article is just a starting point for you to begin your love affair with the UK.
- London. A brilliant city full of activities for any interest area, you are bound to find something of pleasure. Whether you are a thrill seeker and want to enjoy the view of the city from the London Eye, or you would prefer to stay on the ground and tour Wimbledon, you will be pleased with what London has to offer. Be sure to take a ride on a double decker red bus, stop into a pub for a pint with some fish and chips, or go on a shopping spree in Harrods Department store. If you are more interested in learning about historical artifacts, the city of London has more than you can count. A great place to start is at the Tower of London or if World War II is of interest, visit the Imperial War Museum. After a day of exploring, be sure to wash up and have a nice dinner and attend a theatrical performance in the Piccadilly Circus neighborhood!
- Wales is yet again another part of the UK that has a great deal of fun to offer. While a bit more slower paced than London, Wales is a fabulous place to enjoy time with those you are traveling with. Be prepared to enjoy the outdoors when traveling to Wales as it is simply gorgeous. Add Barafundle Bay to your list of places to check out and you will be mesmerized by the breathtaking views of the the coastline, dunes, and miles of sand. Be sure to enjoy the sunset on the beach! Other places to make sure you visit while in Wales include but are not limited to Llyn Padarn and Llanddwyn Island. Both places are gorgeous, serene, and are quite romantic.
- Yorkshire. A lovely area of the UK, York boasts a town full of history, farmlands, and moorlands. If you have an interest in learning about the vikings, York is a place you must visit as the Jorvik Viking Center, alone, is worth the effort. Other places to check out while in York include but are not limited to the National Railway Museum, York Minster, and the York Castle Museum.
While there are way too many places to list, it is clear that you will not find yourself without something to do when traveling to the UK. Whether you are traveling to the UK for a romantic getaway, an city adventure, or a holiday full of learning, the UK has something for everyone no matter the age.