Planning a trip is an exciting and interesting thing to do. Sometimes it feels like planning a trip is more exciting than going on the trip itself. When you are planning out your next trip then why not consider going to the UK?
The UK is a region with so much to offer tourists. Many people choose not to visit Britain in favour of more exciting and exotic places. What these people fail to realise is that, whilst the UK doesn’t have a hot climate, it does have many points of interest. These attractions rival many of the tourist spots all over the world. The fact that Britain has so much history means that no matter where you go in the region, you will find something incredible. When you are planning your next trip to Europe make sure that you take a trip to the British Isles. You won’t regret it. Here are some must see places in the UK.
Buckingham Palace, London
If you do visit the UK then, you must take a trip to Buckingham Palace. The palace itself draws in huge crowds every single day. Home to the famous royal family of Britain, the palace, stands tall in the city of London. If you are going to take a trip to the palace, you should do so along with a tour. Tours around London will explain the heritage of some of the oldest buildings in the city. When you get to the palace itself, you will be able to hear all about the architecture and the history of the royal family. Who knows, you might even glimpse a sight of the Queen of England.
Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh
Edinburgh Castle might only be a ruin of a building, but it has so much to tell us about history that we don’t mind at all. In fact, the entire city of Edinburgh in Scotland is rich with historical and cultural value. If you want to learn about the history of the UK then, Edinburgh is a great place to start. The city is rife with cobbled streets and old-fashioned architecture, which is just beautiful. When you do visit this city make sure you stay in the heart of the metropolis. The Royal Scots Club sits at the center of the city and is a luxury hotel for tourists. Entrance to the castle might cost you a few British pounds, but it will be well worth your time and your money.
There is something rather mystical about Stonehenge. The stone structure is a mystery to even the most-established historians. Some say that a witch’s cult made the circle of rocks as part of a medieval ritual or maybe even for a sacrifice. Others believe that the form of the rocks themselves appeared as if by magic. It is not clear how anyone made the structure or why. What is clear though, is that whilst in the UK you should take the time to go and see it. The formation is in Wiltshire and is free to go and view whenever you please. Take a drive down south and see what you think for yourself.
The Eden Project, Cornwall
If, whilst in the UK, you are craving some exotic weather then you should visit the Eden Project in Cornwall. The project hosts a few bio-domes, each of which is home to a different climate. The attraction is one of the few places in Britain where you can see tropical and exotic plants and wildlife. From the rainforest to the desert the domes allow tourists to experience a new climate in the UK. If you want to see the Eden Project at it’s best then you must go in the winter, when there is an ice rink at the center of the domes.