20 Amazing Places You Have To Visit In The UK

If you’re from the UK, it’s more than likely that you’ve been mistaken for a Londoner at least once in your life. To the tourists and visiting public, it seems that if you don’t live in London, you don’t live anywhere in particular and despite the huge number of places outside of the British capital, they don’t really seem to know about them. In other parts of the UK, however, there are a huge amount of diverse and varied places to visit and whether you like city living or rural downtime, there’s something for you.

The UK is more than just its capital and once you’ve visited these places, you won’t even remember that London exists.


A city clad in sandy Georgian stone, Bath is one of the most beautiful places in the country. Whether you want to take the Jane Austen trail, visit the city’s Roman baths or just relax in the rooftop spa, there’s something to please all kinds of visitors in this South West city. In the heart of the countryside, Bath offers the perfect rural/urban balance.


In the north, Manchester is considered the best city in the UK and it’s not hard to see why. Packed with British history, photo-worthy city spots and the country’s best underground music scene, Manchester is where the coolest people hang out and never leave.


York might be very cold in the winter but its incredible architecture more than makes it for it. As winding streets lead to Roman fortifications and a Gothic cathedral, you will have to remind yourself what century you’re in. A historical city to the core, York has beautiful cityscape views and the best country pubs in the UK.

The Peak District

It’s not all about cities in the UK; the Peak District boasts some of the most stunning hill walks and trekking paths in the country. Located in the North, it spans a huge area of land and once you’ve found your way in, it’s very easy to lose civilization entirely.