Britain's Buzzing Capital
London is an obvious choice, and the array of accommodation is breathtaking. Cruise down the Thames and visit elegant Kensington for shopping and world-famous museums, and stay in a high-ceilinged Georgian villa with a private courtyard. You'll never be bored in the capital city.
Edinburgh Fringe Festival
At the other end of the United Kingdom, you'll find Edinburgh, Scotland's capital. Every year the city is taken over by comics, creatives and artists for the largest arts festival in the world. But Edinburgh has more than just arts, from Arthur's Seat to the imposing Edinburgh Castle there's plenty to do all year round.
Explore Historical Sites
If History is your thing, the United Kingdom won't disappoint. With famous sites such as the mysterious Stonehenge in Wiltshire, or Hadrian's Wall covering 80 Roman miles, you can immerse yourself in the rich history or Britain. Be sure to stop into The Tower of London to take a look at the Crown Jewels!
The United Kingdom is glittered with Michelin-starred restaurants, with options as far south as Cornwall reaching way up to Perth in the North. Try Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck in Berkshire, or Michael Wignall's Gidleigh Park. Just be sure to book ahead to avoid disappointment.
Diverse Music Scene
From Liverpool, the home of the Beatles, to London, the birthplace of Pink Floyd, the music scene of the United Kingdom is rich and diverse. New bands are regularly emerging, and visiting the UK gives you a chance to experience their gigs first-hand. If classical music is more your thing, try The Royal Albert Hall and watch some of the world's leading orchestras.