Creating a list of attractions for the United Kingdom is always going to be difficult as there are so many wonderful options. Here are just some of the great things that people can see and do during their stay;
The Lake District, England
The Lake District National Park is located in the north west of England and covers an area of 850 square miles – it the largest park in the UK. This is a stunningly beautiful part of the country and is full of lakes and mountains. Most visitors to the Lake District will engage in activities like hiking and cycling, but it is also just a nice place to come and relax. There are plenty of accommodation options here, with some excellent nightlife options in the surrounding towns.
Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland
Giant’s Causeway is not only a National Nature Reserve, but it is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. This natural wonder is made up of columns that appear as if they were man-made but they were, in fact, naturally formed. Some of them are over 12 metres tall, so they are very impressive to see. There are many legends about how the Giant’s Causeway came about, but we now know that they were created by volcanic activity.
Snowdonia is another national park only this time in Wales. It covers an area of 823 square miles so it is only a bit smaller than the Lake District. The highest mountain in this park is Snowdon, and this is where the name of the park comes from. The natural beauty of this place is breath-taking, and the best way to enjoy it is to go mountain walking.
Loch Ness, Scotland
Loch Ness is probably the most well known tourist attraction in Scotland. It was made world famous by the fact that many people claim to have seen a monster in these waters. Most visitors who come in search of the Loch Ness Monster go away disappointed, but those who come here to enjoy the beauty of the place are never disappointed. This is the second largest lake in Scotland, and it is the one that tourist are most likely to visit during their stay.
Stonehenge is one of the attractions in the UK that visitors will not want to miss. This structure is believed to have been created almost 5,000 years ago; there is disagreement as to why these standing stones were put here. The consensus is that it was due to some type of spiritual beliefs, and modern pagans flock to this area because they believe it holds special powers.