Welcome to
Great Britain

Visit the UK and discover a country of great contrast and diversity both in the places you go and the people you meet.  All the regions are within easy reach of the exciting capital London, famed for its first class culture, fascinating history and pageantry and world class restaurants and theatres.

CheshireIn England's north you will find the scenic splendour of lakes and mountains, castles, dramatic coastlines and glorious national parks, combined with the medieval city of York, lively Blackpool and Manchester, world renowned for its football clubs.  In the south you will see a gentler landscape; quiet country lanes and inland waterways, the shimmering fenlands of the east coast, Stratford, Shakespeare's birthplace and the university town of Cambridge.

One of the world's greatest cities where there is an array of things to see and do  -- historic monuments, festivals, museums, galleries, theatres and shopping, with everything from the street markets of Portobello Road, Petticoat Lane and Camden to the designer shops in Knightsbridge and Covent Garden.

CornwallThe area south of London boasts glorious gardens, oast houses and stately homes whilst the southern coast has an enviable reputation for its beaches and resorts, historic market towns and the charming cathedral cities of Winchester and Salisbury, close to Stonehenge.  To the south west of London, the West Country offers great surfing off the craggy Cornwall coast, picturesque thatched cottage villages in the Cotswold's, historic Bath, cider from Somerset and delicious Devon cream teas.

ScotlandEdinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, Aberdeen, Inverness and Stirling are the 6 cities of Scotland.  In Edinburgh the castle dominates the city and from its ramparts you can look down on medieval lanes and elegant sweeping terraces that hold over a thousand years of history, mystery and tradition.  Yet there is a modern, dynamic Edinburgh where international festivals attract world class performers, galleries display cutting-edge art and bars, restaurants and clubs create a lively, cosmopolitan atmosphere with a Scottish twist.  Each of the cities has its own distinctive character but all guarantee the visitor a vibrant mix of history, culture, entertainment and shopping.  Or you can escape to the tranquility of Scotland's breathtaking highland landscape.

Conway CastleWales
For a small country, Wales manages to fit in a lot.  There are mountains, valleys, beaches, history and culture, as well as three national parks, over 400 castles and a variety of theme parks.  

Leeds CastleSteam Train
Whether you decide to stay in London, hire a car, take an excursion or a guided tour, Britain offers the whole family a wonderful, memorable experience.

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When to go

England has a temperate climate with temperatures rarely lower than 0°C in winter or higher than 28°C in summer. It is a damp climate which is subject to frequent changes. The south of the country is warmer than the north. July and August are usually the warmest months and January and February are usually the coldest. Rain can and does occur at any time of year.

Additional Information

Time Difference Local Currency Local Language Average Flying Time
GMT/UTC + 0 DST applies UK Pound English 7 hours