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Loch Ness And Scottish Highlands

One of the most beautiful places to visit in UK, this freshwater lake (loch in Gaelic) is known for housing a monster called Nessie. Spread over an area of 30 kilometres, this lake is quite deep with large water volume. Scottish Highlands are also significantly important given their historical background. The place is filled with lush green mountains and is

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Scotland, United Kingdom

Giant’s Causeway

Made entirely of basalt columns, this natural phenomenon is one of the most unique places to visit in UK. Located on the shores of Northern Ireland, the place has been declared as a World Heritage Site. It is interesting that most these columns here are hexagonal, however, some of them have five, eight, seven or four sides as well. It

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Bushmills, United Kingdom

Dunluce Castle

A medieval castle located in Northern Ireland, Dunluce has an old-timey, rugged feel to it, on contrary to other forts and palaces in places like London. Located on a cliff, the geography around the castle, with steep falls on both sides, might be the reason its first residents chose this place to build a castle on. The place dates back

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Bushmills, United Kingdom

London Eye

Think London and the one thing that pops into everyone’s head is this giant Ferris wheel. Located on the river Thames, this popular wheel offers a panoramic view of London and its horizons, which makes it a huge favourite among places to visit in UK for young couples. The wheel stands at almost 140 metres tall, with 32 capsules at

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London, United Kingdom

Big Ben

One of the most significant places to visit in UK in summer is the Big Ben. It is, in fact, the name of the clock tower which is located near the Westminster Abbey in central London. The tower, designed by Augustus Pugin, is about a hundred metres tall. The place has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is

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London, United Kingdom

Nottingham

Nottingham literally has everything. To see some gorgeous architecture, visit the beautiful Wollaton Hall, surrounded by parks perfect for a stroll, and also comprising of a history and industrial museum if you fancy getting nerdy. Another thing which can’t be missed when visiting Nottingham is the City of Caves – it’s a maze which goes back to the dark ages

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Nottingham, United Kingdom

Isle Of Wight

The Isle of Wight is an island off the south coast of England. It’s known for its beaches and seafront promenades such as sandy Shanklin Beach and south-facing Ventnor Beach, which is dotted with vintage beach huts. ‘It is impossible to imagine a prettier spot’, wrote Queen Victoria of her private home on the Isle of Wight. Osborne House was

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Isle Of Wight, United Kingdom

Alnwick

Alnwick in Northumberland is one of those places where you feel like you’ve really come away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Gorgeous countryside and quiet quaint villages combine with amazing fresh seafood and long stretches of beaches, which make it the perfect place for a staycation. There are some lovely walks depending on whether you want a

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Northumberland, United Kingdom

Margate

It can be your favourite place in the UK, has to be the Isle of Thanet on the East Kent coast, home to Margate. There is a thriving and quirky creative scene and the epic skies inspired the painter Turner, while the modern day Margate gave us Tracey Emin. The Isle of Thanet was the original home of the British

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Kent, United Kingdom

Devon

If you have crave the feeling of being somewhere a touch more exotic than the good old UK then head for Lydford Gorge in Devon. When you’re standing at the foot of the White Lady waterfall, you could legitimately be in Bali, or Mexico. Take a stroll up the path cut into the side of the gorge, step into the

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Devon, United Kingdom