If you are looking for somewhere fun and exciting to visit then the UK has to be it. One of the nicest things about the United Kingdom is that there are so many different places to visit. This helps to ensure that whatever type of holiday you are looking for, there will be something to suit you. Wild weekends away, busy city breaks, quiet countryside holidays and much more are all on offer in the UK. So where should you be visiting?
It goes without saying that the capital city is one of the places you should visit. One of the things you’ll notice about London is that there is always something going on. You’ll find shops open all hours of the day, bars and restaurants serving up things you have never seen before and entertainment that is second to none.
Of course, there are an amazing range of tourist attractions that you should visit too. The London Eye is one of the best ways to see London. On top of that you should probably visit the Natural History Museum, which has the added bonus of being free for you and the family to visit.
Situated in the Midlands, Birmingham is another city that offer so much. Visit in November and you’ll get to benefit from world famous German markets, be warned though it does get very busy. All year round you’ll find performances at the Hippodrome. The Bullring shopping centre has plenty to offer as well.
Manchester is a city that is full of history, so it is well worth visiting. Manchester is known as quite a media hub for music and TV, so you’ll see plenty of this going on too. You can visit the Sea Life centre, the museum and even a trip to the Trafford Centre for a spot of shopping. Manchester has a pretty good night life too, with plenty of different places to choose from.
Home to The Beatles, Liverpool is a city that has really started to thrive over recent years. It now has a fun and vibrant nightlife with a whole host of restaurants for people to choose from. The city is pretty child friendly with plenty different places for the whole family to visit.
One of the best things about the UK is that public transport between major cities is brilliant. In the grand scheme of things the country is reasonably small so you won’t have to spend too much time travelling. If you want to get from one city to another you can easily use public transport. Of course you could always travel in style and arrange jet charters instead.
Train travel is ideal, but if you don’t have time then the bus often works too. Bus travel from city to city can usually be arranged, even last minute. It might take a long time compared to the train but it often costs much less too. Make sure you read up about the UK before you visit and that way you know there is always going to be something that you would like to!
Travel, in the younger sort, is a part of education; in the elder, a part of experience. The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.