United Kingdom


England, Scotland, and Wales are all found on the island of Great Britain, with Scotland in the north and Wales to the West. Northern Ireland is on the neighboring island to the west, north of the Republic of Ireland.

United Kingdom Regions


From gilded, cosmopolitan culture capitals to vast expanses of rolling green countryside, there’s something for everyone in England. The country’s capital, London is one of the world’s most dynamic cultural and financial centers, while Liverpool is the perfect place to trace action-packed maritime history, chart the Beatles’ meteoric rise, or revel in the art at its many galleries. See our England Travel Guide, London Travel Guide, and Liverpool Travel Guide.


A small, proud country with a tumultuous past, Scotland’s worldly contributions include electricity, television, golf, and whisky (though the Irish would beg to differ). Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, is Britain’s second-most-visited urban center, where travelers come to explore majestic Edinburgh Castle, world-class museums, lush green spaces, and a roster of summertime music and arts festivals. See our Scotland Travel Guide and Edinburgh Travel Guide.


From mountainous northern Snowdonia to its green southerly valleys and historically rich cities like Cardiff and Swansea, Wales has provided inspiration for many songs and poems over the centuries. See our Wales Travel Guide.

Northern Ireland

Having finally cast off the shadows of the Troubles, this region of 1.7 million people is once again a lively, welcoming destination – Northern Ireland offers historic and cultural attractions across several distinctive regions. See our Northern Ireland Travel Guide.

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