A holiday in Britain is a timeless choice to discover centuries-old history, romantic landscapes, charming villages and a city full of adventure.
Begin your UK holiday in London. This cosmopolitan city has a sightseeing spot on every corner, a cutting-edge art scene in the East End, the best theatre shows in the West End and endless shopping options down Oxford Street.
Outside of London, explore England’s evergreen countryside dotted with medieval cathedrals and castles steeped in history. Visit the quaint villages of the Cotswolds, punt up and down the rivers of academic Cambridge or enjoy a quintessentially British cup of tea in refined Bath or eccentric Brighton. For an entirely different experience, add on a holiday to Scotland and discover a mystical land of rugged mountain peaks, misty lochs, whisky and bagpipes.
The beauty of a holiday in the United Kingdom is that wherever you go there’s always a local pub waiting to welcome you. Not just a place to drink beer, the great British pub is the very centre of community life in towns across the UK and the place where you’ll find locals sharing tall tales over a frothy pint or tucking into a hearty pub meal. Browse our UK holiday packages below...
London - Explore sightseeing highlights (and shopping) on almost every corner.
Buckingham Palace - Gawk at the impressive London residence of the Queen.
Big Ben - See the iconic clock tower attached to the Palace of Westminster.
Stonehenge - A prehistoric monument shrouded in myths and legends.
Lake District - This outdoorsy district is home to 12 large lakes and countless things to do.
The Cotswolds - Picturesque villages, churches and stately homes set among rolling hills.
Stratford-upon-Avon - Visit the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
Scottish Highlands - Marvel at mountains, glens and mysterious lochs in this natural wilderness.
Loch Ness - Discover the folklore home of Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster.
The UK might be a small country but it is densely packed with tourist attractions - plan your sightseeing itinerary before you go
Some of the world's finest museums and art galleries are found in London - choose 1 or 2 to visit and save the rest for your return
London comes alive at night - watch a world-famous West End show, dine at a Michelin starred restaurant or go clubbing at the Ministry of Sound
Explore London’s unique neighbourhoods - Notting Hill for the Portobello Road antique market, Wimbledon for tennis, Little Venice for scenic canals and the East End for the Columbia Road flower market
Pop into a pub for a pint of lager and a taste of local life Due to its history as an Empire, England is one of the most diverse countries on earth, so you’ll have no trouble finding food from all far-flung corners of the globe, but do try traditional British fare like fish ‘n chips or bangers ‘n mash