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  • The United Kingdom

The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe. England – birthplace of Shakespeare and The Beatles – is home to the capital, London, a globally influential centre of finance and culture. England is also site of Neolithic Stonehenge, Bath’s Roman spa and centuries-old universities at Oxford and Cambridge.

LONDON

There’s nowhere in the world quite like London. This isn’t just another capital city, it’s a thriving metropolis with a unique personality formed by its iconic landmarks, centuries of history, world-class shopping and achingly cool fashion, arts and food scenes. London is the perfect playground for kids of all ages. Don’t miss the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and Horniman Museum, where they’ll have so much hands-on fun they’ll forget the’re 

WINDSOR

Windsor, a short break destination combining history, fine shopping and dining, sports, leisure… Windsor is famous for its royal connections and is steeped in the pageantry and history of the Royal Family. Less than 30 miles west of London it’s surrounded by the delightful countryside of Royal Berkshire and makes a great day trip from the capital. You’ll discover a lively town in a glorious riverside location with great shopping, restaurants and Windsor Castle – 

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CANTERBURY

Canterbury, in the South East of England, has been an important player in England’s history since its early beginnings as a Roman settlement. Canterbury is home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is also one of Britain’s Heritage Cities. Canterbury was named one of Britain’s Heritage Cities due to its fascinating history and heritage. In 597 A.D. the Pope St Augustine came to Canterbury, to convert the region back to Christianity. In recognition of this, UNESCO granted World Heritage status to part of the city, including St Martin’s Church, St Augustine’s Abbey and Canterbury Cathedral , which date back to that period.

STRAFORD-UPON-AVON

Situated on the River Avon in the Heart of England, the most well known Stratford-upon-Avon attractions include the most famous as the birthplace of England’s greatest poet and playwright, William Shakespeare. Home to the Royal Shakespeare Company, 5 historic houses linked to the Bard and a wealth of other great tourist attractions, Stratford-upon-Avon also has some great accommodation on offer. The thriving market town is a perfect combination of old and new, and with its beautiful surroundings, is a fine place to visit for a relaxing holiday

WALES

Wales, bordered by England on the east, is a small country with a colourful history and spectacular landscapes, including 3 National Parks and 5 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. At only 170 miles from north to south and 60 miles east to west, it’s no surprise that you’re never far from a mountain or the sea. But Wales is also home to vibrant cities, traditional villages and great tourist attractions. Welsh – the native language – is spoken by many 

LIVERPOOL

Liverpool the birthplace of the Beatles and home of Liverpool FC, it’s also a great tourist destination with more listed buildings, theatres, museums and galleries than any city outside London. Where else would you find a dedicated Beatles museum and a Tate gallery next to each other? This diverse, vibrant and laid-back city has the ability to make anyone feel instantly at home with its extensive history, modern tourist attractions and youthful vibe – a visit to Liverpool is sure to satisfy every appetite. Liverpool’s attractions have something for everyone. The Albert Dock 

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LEICESTER

Leicester is everything you would expect from a truly multicultural metropolis – vibrant, thriving and ultra cosmopolitan. From the heart of the regenerated city centre with its new world-class theatre, fine restaurants and superb new £350 million Highcross Leicester retail development, to award-winning family attractions like the out-of-this world National Space Centre and ancient Roman ruins at the Jewry Wall Museum , Leicester is a diverse melting 

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EDINBURGH

Edinburgh, a city loved by royalty and party animals alike. Centuries of history have left their mark on this city, giving you the atmospheric, medieval Old Town, elegant, Georgian New Town and the attractions of one of Britain’s most cutting-edge cities, all within the space. With so much to see and do in Edinburgh, it can be hard to know where to start exploring. We suggest you head to the Royal Mile, home to the magnificent Edinburgh Castle at one end and the Palace of Holyroodhouse – the Queen’s official residence in Scotland – at the other. As you make your way along the mile, you’ll pass the iconic St Giles’ Cathedral, The Real Mary King’s Close underground tour and the cutting-edge Scottish Parliament building.

GLASGOW

Edinburgh, a city loved by royalty and party animals alike. Centuries of history have left their mark on this city, giving you the atmospheric, medieval Old Town, elegant, Georgian New Town and the attractions of one of Britain’s most cutting-edge cities, all within the space. With so much to see and do in Edinburgh, it can be hard to know where to start exploring. We suggest you head to the Royal Mile, home to the magnificent Edinburgh Castle at one end and the Palace of Holyroodhouse – the Queen’s official residence in Scotland – at the other. As you make your way along the mile, you’ll pass the iconic St Giles’ Cathedral, The Real Mary King’s Close underground tour and the cutting-edge Scottish Parliament building.

SCOTLAND

Scotland is a diverse and extraordinary country, with a rich and fascinating history. The country has nearly 800 islands, only 300 of which are inhabited, and these islands are home to some of the most beautiful landscape in the world. A land of contrasts, Scotland boasts vibrant and exciting cities to visit and breathtaking lochs, mountains and coastlines that shouldn’t be missed. Scotland is bordered by England on the south, the Atlantic Ocean on the west 

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