Everyone knows London is one of the world's great cities but the United Kingdom offers so much more. The highlands of Scotland, colorful seaside villages of Wales and the rugged beauty of England's Lake District are all well worth a visit. Factor in such familiar cultural icons as the Royal Family, the Beatles and Harry Potter plus the fact that English is spoken here - well, sort of - and it's easy to see why this is such a popular destination for Americans.

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London is obviously the highlight but don't forget cities such as Bath, York, Edinburgh and Cardiff which are full of heritage, music and highlights of their own.

  • London


    The most visited city in the world, capital of England and a global leader in the arts, commerce, finance, and tourism. The list of things to see and do here is practically endless - Tower of London, St Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, Big Ben, Buckingham Palace, world-famous museums, West End theaters, the London Eye and more!

    Lakes District

    Lakes District

    Also known as Lakeland, a popular holiday destination filled with picturesque landscapes and incredible views. By far UK's most popular national park, its craggy hilltops, mountains and shimmering lakes have long captured the imagination of visitors.

  • York


    Rich in heritage and a backdrop for major historical events, this walled city is home to the magnificent York Minster, one of the most beautiful Gothic Cathedrals in the world. History is everywhere in this city that was a linchpin of both the Norman conquest and the English Civil War.



    Originally established by the Romans as a spa resort with the Latin name, Aquae Sulis (the waters of Sulis), today home to the well-known Royal Crescent and historic Roman Baths.

  • Edinburgh


    Often considered one of the most picturesque cities in Europe and nicknamed Athens of the North, more than one million visitors per year make it their destination. From the steep steps and narrow lanes of the medieval Old Town to the wide boulevards of the Georgian New Town, this is a city perfect for exploring on foot. Stroll along the Royal Mile to see some of Edinburgh's oldest buildings and make sure to tour its famous Castle, perched atop the remains of an extinct volcano.



    The largest city in Scotland, located along the River Clyde, and once a center of the Scottish Enlightenment. Glasgow has undergone a major transformation in recent decades which spruced up its neighborhoods and Victorian architecture and now has one of the best arts, music and culture scenes in the United Kingdom.

From the world-famous Royal Albert Hall in London to wonderful cathedrals, university halls and outdoor bandstands, the United Kingdom has a wealth of wonderful performance venues for your group.