Edinburgh CastleEdinburgh, is a magnificently situated royal fortress located on one of the highest points in the city. The castle has been continuously in use for 1000 years and is in excellent condition.
Stonehenge is an ancient stone circle located near the cathedral city of Salisbury in Wiltshire.
The Georgian architecture and Roman baths in Bath.
York MinsterCathedral in the historic city of York.
Canterbury Cathedralis the seat of the head of the church of England. Located in the city of Canterbury in Kent
Shakespeare's BirthplaceStratford-Upon-Avon, is home of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The ancient and world-renowned universities of Oxford and Cambridge
The Eden Projectnear St Austell is a massive botanical gardens including indoor rainforest and Mediterranean biodomes.
The Giant's Causewaysixty miles from Belfast on the north coast of Northern Ireland is a World Heritage site and a natural wonder.
Portsmouth Historic Dockyardis home to three of the most important ships ever built and 800 years of naval history.
The United Kingdom has an array of National Parks and designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty that serve to preserve the country's natural heritage. There are 14 National Parks in total spread across England, Scotland and Wales 9 in England, 2 in Scotland and 3 in Wales and 49 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England, Wales and Northern Ireland 35 in England, 4 in Wales, 9 in Northern Ireland and 1 in both England and Wales. There are no Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Scotland, but there are the equivalent National Scenic Areas, of which there are 35 spread across the country.