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The 5 Best Places To Visit In The UK

I find when many people think of the UK, they tend to be drawn to London. But as well as London, there are many other great places to visit too! Here's a list of places that I love to visit in the UK.

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London

London

It would be impossible to compile a list featuring the best places to visit in the UK and neglect the incredible capital city that is London. If you’re looking for an alternative holiday, then it’s the perfect place to be. Immerse yourself in London life by visiting all of the famous landmarks you’ve heard about, including: the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and Houses of Parliament. There are countless attractions from the Camden Docks, London Bridge and Natural History Museum. London is a fast-paced city, so be prepared for a non-stop adventure! It’s a great place to visit for couples and families alike.

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Brighton

Brighton

Brighton is made up of gorgeous pastel coloured streets and boutique B&B’s that draw in thousands of visitors each year. This special place is so much more than your average seaside town, it’s more like a vibrant, thriving city. It’s well-known for its impressive creative arts scene and buzzing nightlife. The perfect place for a group of friends to visit for a quick weekend getaway. Alternatively, if you’re planning a family holiday then Brighton is a prime location; with amazing activities like the iconic Brighton Palace Pier and Sea Life world.

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Manchester

Manchester

Manchester has recently undergone millions of pounds worth of investment to bring it into the 21st Century and make it a better place to live and visit. It’s now an incredible place to visit if you don’t fancy the intensity of London. There’s plenty to do and see from the intu Trafford Centre, John Rylands Library and many galleries and museums. Though you may not have guaranteed sunshine, there’s enough to occupy you throughout your stay here regardless of the weather. There are also many events that take place across the city year-round, so check ahead to see if there’s anything going on during your stay.

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Cornwall

Cornwall

If you’re looking for a beach holiday when you’re in England, Cornwall is the perfect place. You’ll fall in love with this idyllic area. If you’re considering moving to the UK from US, this may be just the place to tempt you to make the big move! Nestled just past Weymouth and Plymouth, this outstandingly beautiful part of the world is increasingly popular with holiday makers in the UK. It’s a surfer’s paradise, so you can indulge in some amazing water sports during your stay.

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Scotland

Scotland

Not many people consider Scotland as a typical holiday destination, although it is a stunning part of the world. Go for a once in a lifetime road trip across the route 500 and discover the incredible views of the amazing countryside. Spend your afternoons at one of its many beaches (British weather permitting) if you’re looking for a relaxing break. For couples, there’s nowhere better than the vibrant city of Glasgow, a city that comes alive at night.