London is a melting pot, it literally hums with energy. It’s refreshingly diverse, full of culture and rich with history. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re into history, the monarchy, museums, fashion, food or gardens.

London has a plethora of places just waiting to be explored. A great way to explore the typical tourist destinations is the hop-on-hop-off buses and boats. Pick and choose what you fancy seeing and enjoy what this top city has to offer.


Bath is also one of the prettiest cities in the South of England where you can explore the famously old, Roman-era baths. Visit the local spa that uses the same natural thermal spring water that the Romans used centuries ago!


Manchester is entrenched with a strong culture and diversity. It’s also home to leading restaurants and clubs in the UK. Stunning museums, beautiful architecture and the Manchester Art Gallery should be on your list. For sport-lovers, the chance to see Manchester City FC and Manchester United FC play in their home town is a momentous occasion.


Brighton is a family friendly city located on the coast, a mere 1 hour from London by train. It’s buzzing atmosphere is down to the multitude of markets, graffiti artists, street entertainers and events. Stroll along the beach or Brighton Pier or visit the ornate little streets and shops called “The Lanes” – it’s a pretty little town to visit for the day.


Cornwall is renowned for having one of the most beautiful coastlines in the UK. It’s a very popular tourist destination for locals and travelers alike. You can hike, surf and pub-crawl and eat the best fish and chips overlooking the sea. Why not visit one of the old hotels for tea, fancy a scone anyone?