Anyone visiting the UK should be aware that the country has a huge amount on offer. In fact, there is so much that you would be forgiven for wondering where to begin. The truth is that there are so many great sites, so which of them should you go to first? In this post, we are going to see which UK sites are truly must-see and should be considered at the very top of your list. Let’s take a look and see what makes them so unmissable.
For those looking for a beautiful natural site, the UK has plenty to offer. And one of the very best of these has to be the Lake District, which is a huge and stunning part of the natural landscape, with vistas that can genuinely take your breath away. Arguably the best way to see the Lake District is to book yourself into a cabin and simply spend a week or so going for long walks. However you do it, though, it’s bound to be a stunning place for you to see at any time of year.
If you like a bit of magic to your scenery, then again the UK has this in spades. One place you might find particularly magical is Tintagel. This is no less than the hugely impressive ruins of a beautiful and huge castle on the Cornish coast. Famously home to the cave of Merlin, it is full of magic and wonder – and at nearby Boscastle you can even find a museum of Witchcraft and Magic, which boasts the world’s largest collection of magical objects. Truly a sight to behold!
Perhaps you want to see some real history, with or without the magic. If so, Stonehenge is probably your cup of tea. It is still the case that nobody fully knows why Stonehenge exists, though there are many theories and more developing all the time. One thing is for sure, however: it’s an amazing place to see, and somewhere that you are probably never going to forget if you do go and see it. Get your Stonehenge tickets today and start planning your trip out West. You will find you don’t regret seeing this incredible and mysterious place.
This geological marvel is one of Northern Ireland’s top visited spots. It happens to be a real marvel of natural beauty, too, and you will probably be amazed if you do go and see it yourself. Essentially what you are looking at here is around 40,000 stone columns made of basalt, which naturally formed after a volcanic eruption some 60 million years ago. That is if you don’t believe the idea that it was caused by the footsteps of giants, of course.
Those are some of the UK’s best must-see sites. Any of them could make for a wonderful day out, so pick one for your next trip and see where it takes you.