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The United Kingdom may not always seem very united. As we are all aware in recent times Scotland voted for independence. However, when you visit this historic state you will find it is steeped in history. It further boasts masses of appeal for any visitor. From bustling cities to stunning countryside, all 4 nations of the United Kingdom, England, Scotland, Ireland & Wales have something to offer.

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United Kingdom holidays are about unraveling a mix of iconic sights and hidden gems and spending one day at a time ticking off your bucket list a list of famous landmarks. The diversity of the UK is also reflected in its landscape. Your stay could include a static caravan near the coast complete with golden sandy beaches or even a cottage retreat surrounded by rolling countryside.


England, the birthplace of Chaucer and The Rolling stones, is indeed a land bordering Scotland and Wales. The capital, London situated on the Thames River. Home to many famous landmarks, including Parliament, Big Ben and The Tower of London. Scotland, the United Kingdom's northernmost country. A land of mountain wildernesses such as the Cairngorms and Northwest Highlands. Wales is a country in southwest Great Britain known for its rugged coastline, mountainous national parks, distinctive Welsh language and Celtic culture. Ireland is an island in the North Atlantic. It is separated from Great Britain to its east by the North Channel, the Irish Sea, and St George's Channel


This lush beautiful country is bursting with green spaces, lush forests, towering mountains and vast lochs also known as lakes. The area can roughly be divided into three areas which includes the Lowlands, Highlands and the Islands. The Lowlands are renowned for their farmland and thick woodlands, the Highlands for their picturesque mountains and the islands for their wild landscapes, beautiful beaches and far-reaching sea views.


With its rugged coastline, mountainous national parks, distinctive language, Wales has a wealth of Celtic culture to offer. Cardiff, the capital, is a refined coastal city with some of the best tastes the country has to offer. The phrase 'good things come in small packages' may be a cliché, but in the case of Wales it's undeniably true.


If there is one iconic dish that the UK is known for around the world it is fish and chips. This simple but tasty meal can be eaten with your hands wrapped up in paper from a local “chippy” or in a fine dining restaurant. Either way there is no denying Brits love this dish with 382 million portions being sold every year by fish and chip shops alone.


The majority of the UK's holiday hots spots are very well connected by various forms of transport. Connections can be made via a wide selection of airports, train lines, and various road networks.