Trip ideas

If you are coming to the United Kingdom to study it is a very good opportunity to travel all around the country. We collected the best places to visit while you are in the UK.

  1. London

London is the biggest city in the United Kingdom. It is the centre of almost everything in the country and it is the first destination of tourists travelling to the UK. If you are going to visit London make sure that you have at least 3-4 days as there are so many things to see there. Here are the top 10 attractions in the city that you should not miss:

  • British Museum
  • National Gallery
  • Natural History Museum
  • Tate Modern
  • London Eye
  • Science Museum
  • Victoria and Albert Museum
  • Tower of London
  • Royal Museums Greenwich
  • Madame Tussauds London

Trip to London

There are a plenty of accommodation to choose from but make sure you book your room in advance as London is always busy especially in the summer.

  1. Bath

Bath is situated in the West Country and is the part of the UNESCO World Heritage. It is the only place in the UK where naturally hot spa water exists and there are beautiful original roman style baths that you can try as well. It is a unique experience. Once you are there you should also see the Bath Abbey, the Theatre Royal, the Circus, the Alexandra Park, the Royal Crescent, the Holburne Museum, the Pump Room and the Pulteney Bridge. Discover the Georgian architecture and also don’t miss the famous Stonehenge that is one of the most iconic prehistoric monuments in Europe.

Trip to Bath

  1. Yorkshire

Yorkshire is a historic country in Northern England with a lot of stunning places to visit. You can have a beautiful walk in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, visit the UK’s most charming countryside along the Yorkshire Coast or see the home of badgers, roe deer and hawks in the North York Moors. There are also two cities in Yorkshire that you should not miss: Leeds and York.

  1. Cotswolds

The Cotswolds includes magnificent castles, ancient churches, glorious gardens and stately homes with historic houses. This charming countryside is linked to the wool industry with more than 40 towns.

  1. Devon

The county of Devon is famous of its 5 outstanding natural beauty: it has an UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, an UNESCO Geopark, an UNESCO World Heritage Site and two National Parks. There are more interesting places to visit in Devon like the Dartmoor Prison Museum, Plymouth, the English Riviera, South Devon and Exmoor. Beautiful beaches, stunning scenery and good restaurants will waiting for you.

  1. Lake District

The Lake District National Park is one of the most beautiful places in the UK. There are a lot of things to see and do including the Coast Aquarium, the Muncaster Castle, the Keswick Brewery, the Lakeland Climbing Centre, the Rum Story, the Lowther Castle and the Lakeland Wildlife Oasis. You will find a plenty of guided tours as well to discover the national park.

Lake District

  1. Brighton

Brighton is a wonderful town on the south coast of England. It is a perfect destination for a couple of days while you can visit the Sea Life Centre, the Brighton Marina, the Royal Pavilion and the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.

  1. Cornwall

Cornwall is a peninsula bordered to the north and west by the Celtic Sea, with lot of things to see and do. While you are in this area don’t miss the Falmouth Art Gallery, the Pinetum Park and Pine Lodge Gardens, the Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens, the Camel Trail, the Tamar Valley Donkey Park and the Screech Owl Sanctuary.