PLACES TO VISIT IN THE UK THAT AREN'T LONDON

London is an amazing city and you could easily spend weeks there. If you want to explore more of the country, here's some ideas! Would love any suggestions too 🇬🇧
  1. Liverpool, England
    If you're looking for: great nightlife, museums (The Beatles Story, Tate Liverpool, International Slavery Museum), shopping
  2. Edinburgh, Scotland
    If you're looking for: historical buildings (the Castle, Holyrood Palace), natural beauty, great comedy (Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August)
  3. Llandudno, North Wales
    If you're looking for: a quintessential seaside town
  4. The Lake District (National Park)
    If you're looking for: country walks, pub lunches, literary culture
  5. Harrogate, England
    If you're looking for: parks and gardens, tea rooms
  6. Isles of Scilly
    If you're looking for: (relatively) warm weather, beautiful beaches, wildlife
  7. The Breacon Beacons (National Park)
    If you're looking for: more difficult hill walking, camping/caravanning
  8. Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, Scotland
    If you're looking for: small island life, wildlife, whisky (also my favourite TV show as a kid was filmed here)
  9. Giant's Causeway, Co Antrim, Northern Ireland
    If you're looking for: natural wonders, nature reserves, a ferry trip
  10. Whitby, England
    If you're looking for: the Dracula tour, gothic architecture, great fish and chips
  11. Bath
    Jane Austen, Royal Crescent, Roman Baths, the Fashion Museum. I just love the architecture and vibe in general.
    Suggested by   @estherlimtf
  12. York, England
    If you're looking for: Roman walls, Medieval history, Gothic Cathedrals, timber-framed buildings, walk-ability.
    Suggested by   @LizDawson
  13. Canterbury, Kent- The Cathedral, the library, Marlowe theatre, honestly one of the most beautiful places I've ever been to 💗 maybe a bit bias since I live here now 😊
    Suggested by   @mollycliff
  14. Rhossili Bay, SW-Wales - Voted 9th best beach in the world
    Suggested by   @jenkins