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The United Kingdom is made of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales and is an Island nation in North Western Europe with so many sightseeing opportunities it may be difficult to work them all in, below are a few ideas to help narrow down your decision and make the most of your next holiday.
England- Perhaps the most popular and home to the royals is London so you cannot leave without a visit to Buckingham Palace. The London pass will give you access to over 80 attractions and ensure you see the most exciting sights like the London Eye, Madame Tussauds to see you favourite celebrity as a wax work or Warner Bros Studio to explore the wonderful world of Harry Potter.
Ireland- The beautiful greenery that is Ireland known for its festivals, parades, music, Celtic dance and the ever magical leprechaun. A shamrock or green clover is a symbol of Ireland it was used as a metaphor by Saint Patrick the patron saint of Ireland to symbolise the Christian Holy Trinity- Father, Son & Holy Ghost.
Scotland- A country that makes up part of the United Kingdom. Well known for the tartan kilts, bagpipes and of course whisky! You can explore the stone towers of Edinburgh castle that has been perched upon a black basalt rock since the 13th century or take a short drive to Glasgow to see Britain’s largest lake the beautiful Loch Lomond. Scotland second largest is Loch Ness said to inhabit the mythical Loch Ness monster.
Wales- Bordering England we have Wales it is derived from the Anglo-Saxon word wealas, meaning ‘foreigners. Cardiff, the capital and the largest city in Wales with it’s vibrant cultural scene such a live music every in the city there is much to explore. The medieval castles and jousting knights are a unique experience and a great way to learn how the nobles, knights and royals once lived.