The land of Shakespeare, Wordsworth, Shelley and hundreds of other legendary poets, playwrights and novelists; United Kingdom is indeed a wonderland. Whether music or architecture, food or literature, there are wonderful things to do in United Kingdom. Iconic palaces, castles, towers, bridges, parks, beaches and museums, UK is a must-see holiday destination. Here are some fascinating things to do in United Kingdom.
Tower Bridge, London
This 19th century iconic suspension bridge is built over the River Thames, which displays a superb blend of three colours blue, red and white. Its new glass floor invites you to stroll and observe the spectacular view of London.
Tower of London, London
The castle is located at the bank of River Thames where you will observe the stunning Royal Collection of the finest Crown Jewels. They are owned by the the British Monarchs, where each jem tells you its own interesting story.
Palace of Westminster, London
At the bank of River Thames, explore the British history of thousand years as well as attend the Parliament sessions. At northern end of the Palace visit the iconic Big Ben, a popular tourist attraction sight.
Roman Baths, Bath
Feel the heat and fumes of thermal water that offer extreme relaxation. Sacred Spring, Museum, Roman Temple and Roman Bath House are the four main features of these great Baths.
Hyde Park, London
One of the eight Royal Parks that spreads over an area of 350 acres where you can enjoy horse riding, swiming, cycling, boating and play tennis. It offers many attractions including the Serpentine Lake, Speakers’ Corner and Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Explore the world’s largest collection of decorative arts and design here at V&A. There are 145 galleries that exhibit Japanese swords, Renaissance architecture, costumes, silver, ironwork, jewellery, sculpture, and drawings.
Peak District National Park, Greater Manchester
This is the first national park in United Kingdom that spreads over an area of 555 square miles. It is almost 1,000 feet (300 m) above the sea level and a fantastic destination for cycling, walking or even camping.
Discover the prehistoric monument and one of the wonders of the world as its construction is still a mystery. Constructed from 3000 BC to 2000 BC, there are several folk tales and legends associated with it.
Loch Ness, Highlands of Scotland
This is a large, deep and freshwater lake, which is almost 52 ft (16 m) above the sea level and its coastline stretches at an area of 23 miles (37 km). Walk along the trail and plan your stay as there are wonderful lochside accommodations including hostels, cottages and hotels and if you wish, enjoy camping and bonfire.
Pistyll Rhaeadr, Wales
Spring of the waterfall falls with its great symphonies that captivate the visitor for a while. This magical and crystal clear waterfall is the tallest in United Kingdom, which is 240 ft (80 m) high and listed among the Seven Wonders of Wales.