Uncover the U.K.

Crumbling Castles, Craggy Coastline & a Welcoming Spirit

From prim and posh London to the windswept highlands of Scotland, history oozes out of every landscape in the U.K. Travel to the land of knights and kings, mountain peaks and port cities, to experience centuries-old traditions and unparalleled beauty. Whatever kind of travel adventure you’re after, you’ll find it in the U.K.

DISCOVER THE U.K.

Relatively temperate, the U.K. makes for a prime holiday destination year round—expect a summer season crowded with tourists and a quieter, usually snow-free winter

Great Britain, comprised of England, Scotland, and Wales, boasts 7,700 miles of coastline, from rugged cliffs to bustling port cities 

The United Kingdom is made up of four countries: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, all with a rich and intertwined history

The U.K.'s Fast Facts

the resting place for an incredible line up of historic leaders and luminaries, including Henry III, Chaucer, and Charles Dickens.

Gape in awe at the magnificence of London’s Westminster Abbey,

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which sits high upon the craggy cliffs of Castle Rock, to take in the sweeping views of Scotland’s capital city

climb to the top of Edinburgh Castle,

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a mysterious Neolithic outcropping that has puzzled historians for centuries

Travel back in time at Stonehenge,

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to take in the intricate medieval spires and grassy courtyards, where today’s scholars study in the shadow of yesteryear’s giants—including Oxford grads like C.S. Lewis, John Locke, and J.R.R. Tolkien 

Traipse down the cobblestone streets of Oxford 

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surrounded by mountain peaks and bucolic villages in England’s Lake District. Back on land, you can visit the tiny town of Bowness-on-Windermere, which inspired the beloved children’s books of Beatrix Potter.

Sail across the shimmering still waters of Windermere Lake,

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featuring the dockyards where the famously ill-fated ship was built

Visit bustling Belfast in Northern Ireland to tour Titanic Corner,

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and golden wildflower fields in the wilderness of Wales—the tiny country boasts more than 100 castles

Hike past crumbling castles

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built way back in AD 122 to separate the Roman and Scottish people

Follow in the footsteps of Roman soldiers as you trace Hadrian’s Wall, 

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in London’s Soho district—it’s the longest running and most beloved market in the city! Here, the smell of pungently spicy Indian and Ethiopian cooking mingles with more traditional fare, like fresh baked bread and spit-roasted chicken.

Take a tour of Borough Market

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on how to bake filling farl, Northern Ireland’s take on classic soda bread, cooked in a skillet over an open flame

Cozy up to a roaring hearth fire during a small-group cooking lesson

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—no trip to London is complete without the glitzy ritual! Choose from 16 different teas and a bevy of pretty pastries for a leisurely, downright glamorous snack break

Indulge in afternoon tea at The Ritz

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a traditional Scottish savory pudding with a “love it or hate it” reputation

bring a hearty appetite to the table for your first taste of haggis

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