Top 7 Things to do in the United Kingdom

Top 7 Things to do in the United Kingdom
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The United Kingdom is a land of historic landmarks, artistic innovation, a true cultural melting pot and breathtaking natural beauty, making it a perfect escape and a great option for an amazing Road Trip. The United Kingdom consists of Great Britain, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. This group of small island countries have stood through the test of time and have many incredible variety of landmarks and sites for the tourists to explore, from ancient remnants, healing countryside, medieval castles to larger than life museums.

Ticking off these 7 Things in the UK, from your UK Travel Bucket List, doesn’t even tap into the true potential of what the United Kingdom has to offer. But to have a rough outline on how to approach these overwhelming destinations, this list of the Top 7 Things  to do in the United Kingdom, can help you plan out an amazing UK Road Trip Itinerary.





Explore The Museums


It may sound harsh but not visiting the museums during a stay in the UK is not justifiable. London itself is home to several massive museums and galleries where you can find almost anything ranging from art to archaeology. Due to the dark history of colonialism, in these museums, you will probably find a significant amount of pieces from your culture or nation as well. You can explore these museums on your own as well, however if you hop onto a Guided Tour or get a Guide, visiting the museums will become an enriching experience. Some must-visit museums are – Victoria and Albert Museum, Natural History Museum and The British Museum, among others.



Magic in the Cornish Coast


Cornwall has this magical aroma spread across the site. The medieval association of this place with King Arthur’s Legends adds the mysterious charm to the misty cliff tops of Cornwall. Apart from ticking off The Eden Project off your Cornwall Bucket List, visiting Saint Micheal’s Mount in Cornwall and exploring the tiny village of Boscastle for a visit to The Museum of Witchcraft and Magic – the largest assortment of items relating to magic in the world, One of the Best Things you can do in Cornwall, is staying at a campsite in Cornwall, to have an experience like no other.



Visiting Beatles’ Home


One of the biggest boy bands of all time – who doesn’t like The Beatles? What can be more thrilling for a fan to visit the places where these legends met, sat together to compose music and perform their early concerts. You can get tickets to learn more about, their musical career, The Beatles Story before visiting Mendips and 20 Forthlin Road, the childhood homes of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, which are now managed by the National Trust. You can also visit the Cavern Club which is built near where the Beatles performed for the first time.



Unravel the Mystery of Stonehenge


The most popular ancient site and the most difficult to demystify – the Stonehenge located in the Salisbury Plain countryside is no less than a miracle. The prehistoric stone circle can’t yet be explained. No one knows whether it’s supernatural or simply natural or testimony of human will. Switch on your deduction ability and unshackle your imagination to demystify Stonehenge. The best way to explore both Stonehenge along with Bath, is by taking a guided tour from London.



The Land of Castles, Edinburgh


The city of Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland. This is a testament to how beautiful the past and the present can coexist in harmony. A random image of the city will show you the incredible timeless buildings that stand tall across the city. The most popular and one of the most breathtaking castles in the world is the Edinburgh Castle, without which your 7 Day Scotland Travel Itinerary is going to be incomplete. This highly photogenic location can make you, get lost in its beauty and mysterious dungeons. You can also visit the Royal Palace, the Scottish National War Museum and The Stone of Destiny, when in Edinburgh.



Take a walk in Lake District 


Want to witness the British countryside in all its glory? The Lake District, which is also one of the Best National Parks in the United Kingdom, is one extraordinary place that gets the most tourists across the UK. The serenity of the greenery with the calm and quiet environment can heal your soul from any stress. This again is an incredible location for literature enthusiasts, as this is the place where Wordsworth and Coleridge took walks to ponder over, which resulted in the brilliant piece of Lyrical Ballads published in 1798.





No, this isn’t a result of banging the head on the keyboard. This may look like gibberish but surprisingly this is the name of the place on the island of Anglesey in Wales. This village has the longest and presumably the most un-pronounceable name in all of the UK. However, the place is undoubtedly pretty, extremely photogenic and a good place for a short staycation. If not planning to stay, just visiting to get a picture of the name of the stop can be equally fun.


This list of the Top 7 Things to do in the UK ends here. Of course, there are plenty of things and experiences that aren’t mentioned in the list. But these 7 Things to do in the United Kingdom, will give you an idea on what to include on your United Kingdom Travel Itinerary. Make sure, that you visit the places that evoke the most interest in you.

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