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England’s eventful history and scenic diversity render it one of the world’s most popular visitor destinations. Although only united as a single nation little over 1000 years ago, its origins go back to the dawn of civilisation, and the variety of interest it offers reflects this.

Northern Ireland

County Antrim

To the northwest lies the Causeway Coast with its holiday resorts; the Giant’s Causeway, 38,000 hexagonal basalt columns formed by cooling volcanic flow (listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site); and the Old Bushmills Distillery, one of the oldest whiskey distilleri


Scotland is one of the world’s great tourist destinations, offering a mixture of vibrant cities and beautiful countryside. The nation naturally divides into five main regions: the busy central belt, in which both the biggest cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow stand; the Southwest and Borders; the long East Coast; the mountainous Highlands and West Coast; and the many islands of the north and west.


Populous South Wales incorporates the capital Cardiff, the cities of Swansea and Newport, Carmarthen Bay and two national parks, Pembrokeshire Coast and Brecon Beacons. The Cambrian Mountains and the attractive coastal resorts of Cardigan Bay are highlights of mid-Wales, while the North has popular seaside resorts like Llandudno and Rhyl, the island of Anglesey and the scenic delights of Snowdonia National Park.





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