With more than 36 million people visiting Britain each year, it’s no surprise
that there is a vast number of sights attracting them to the country. Whether
it’s the modern architecture of The Shard or the London Eye, historic monuments
or the stunning countryside on offer, Britain is guaranteed to have something for everyone.
Britain’s top attractions include Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, the Eden Project,
York Minster, Hadrian’s Wall, Edinburgh Castle, Loch Ness, Lake Windermere, the
Jurassic Coast, Blackpool Tower, Albert Dock, Snowdonia, Giant’s Causeway and many,
many others besides.
Buckingham Palace, the official residence of Queen Elizabeth II and the most iconic building
of the British monarchy, is one of the top tourist attractions in the United Kingdom.
Positioned on top of a dormant volcano, Edinburgh Castle has been a
commanding feature on the horizon of Scotland’s exciting capital city for
hundreds of years and is certain to capture your imagination..
Located in Cumbria in the far northwest corner of the country, the Lake District
is an unspoiled wonderland of peaks and valleys, towns and villages, and, most importantly, lakes.
Looking to visit Windsor Castle? As one of the Queen’s official residences and
one of the largest inhabited castles, it’s no wonder that it’s such a popular destination with tourists.
Top of the list for any fan has got to be the Warner Brothers’
Harry Potter Experience.
Here you can see everything from reconstructed sets to iconic costumes,
props and special effects, all as it was in the films.