UK – Tourist Information

There is no place quite like London. Energetic, vibrant and multicultural, London has something for everyone and truly is one of the great “world cities”. Explore the mix of new and old, take a cruise on the river, or just sit back and relax in one of the many Royal Parks located in the heart of the city.

Truly remarkable, although mysterious, Stonehenge is a must-see attraction on your next visit to the UK.

Tower Bridge
One of the great engineering marvels of its age, Tower Bridge is one of London’s best-known landmarks.

The Giant’s Causeway
With some of the most beautiful and awe inspiring scenery, a trip to the spectacular rock formation of the Giant’s Causeway is not to be missed.

Edinburgh is one of Europe’s most beautiful cities. With the biggest arts festival in the world and a nightlife that rivals any major city, Edinburgh is a fun-filled and exuberant place that still has an ancient charm.

The Eden Project
With the world’s largest greenhouse, this incredible complex means you can travel the world in a day. From the warm Mediterranean to lush rainforests, the Eden Project provides a fascinating visitor experience.

Loch Ness
Loch Ness is the purported home of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster. Probably the world’s most famous lake, the area is surrounded by natural beauty and stunning castles on the waters edge. Will you be able to spot the mythical creature?

Famous for its hot springs, this aesthetically pleasing historic Roman city is commonly referred to as one of the UK’s most beautiful places to visit.

The Lake District
Considered one of the UK’s most scenic regions, the Lake District is a year-round tourist hotspot. It is a premier destination for climbing, hiking, and a wide range of other outdoor activities.

Windsor Castle
One of the official residences of the British monarch, Windsor is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world.