Great Britain is a must-visit island to explore, think quaint villages, rolling hills and soaring cathedrals, all with a deep-rooted history that makes this island so intriguing. This is the home of Shakespeare, the birthplace of the Beatles, and where monarchy reigns for one Queen and Country. The National Trust offers endless exploration across this beautiful isle, where not even the British weather could dampen your spirits. Enjoy a single malt in the highlands, traverse the welsh valleys, or take in the capital of culture…it’s all here for you to see and do on your next adventure.
The Great Outdoors
You can visit Great Britain all year round - truly! The climate is relatively temperate, and in general, doesn’t experience extremes in either summer or winter. There are miles of coastline to enjoy, with excellent surfing and picturesque beaches to explore. Roam the Cotswolds, or challenge yourself to one of the thousands of hikes available throughout the country, from the Chiltern Hills, to the Lake District, all the way to the Scottish isle. A wide range of outdoor activities are available across the breadth of the country and many will cater to families or to couples.
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Discover the off-the-beaten-track beauty of this rugged isle, known for its welcoming hospitality. Chat with the locals over a whisky or three in the Highlands or walk in the footsteps of clansmen at Edinburgh Castle. Whether its ancient history, golf, whisky, or delicious local cuisine that you’re looking for, this ‘wee’ country really holds its weight as a must-visit on any bucket list.
London is a diverse metropolis, with some of the world's best sights, attractions and activities. Arguably home to the best theatre scene in the world - attracting top talent - so don't be surprised to see a various famous face on the London stage. Visit the renowned museums like Tate Modern or the British museum and relax with a quintessential Afternoon Tea at a landmark hotel.
Look out over the cliff-tops on the South West Coastal Path, stroll along tranquil beaches, or pick up fossils by the sea in Dorset. If you’re feeling adventurous, try some sailing or rock-climbing, or just relax with a picnic in the dunes. You’ll find the coast dotted with Victorian towns, cosy seaside villages, nature reserves, and even a steam railway.