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Northern Ireland - Giants Causeway, Northern Ireland, UK

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland distils the best of Britain into a bite-sized bundle: its plunging glens and pristine lochs are as gorgeous as any in Scotland; its quaint coun...

England - London skyline, England, United Kingdom

England

Despite its small size, England remains stubbornly impossible to encapsulate in a neat sound bite. It’s a delectable mosaic of cultures, cities and landscapes...

Guernsey - Guernsey, UK

Guernsey

Lush botanical gardens, alluring hidden coves, and glorious sunsets over the Atlantic Ocean give the Channel Island of Guernsey a distinctly subtropical feel...

Jersey - Gorey Castle in St Martin Jersey, UK

Jersey

The largest of the Channel Islands, Jersey's landscape is varied and breathtaking, from shimmering secluded coves and undulating farmland to magnificent cliff-t...

Alderney - Essex Castle, Alderney, UK.

Alderney

Renowned for its wildflowers and quaint town of St. Anne, Alderney draws in city folk from France and England who are in search of some peace and quiet.

British Overseas Territories - Flag, Union Jack, United Kingdom

British Overseas Territories

There are 14 British Overseas Territories in all. The last vestiges of the British Empire, they are: Bermuda, Gibraltar, the British Virgin Islands, the Caym...

Scotland - Highland Dancers Edinburgh, UK

Scotland

Crammed with sky-high mountains, rugged coastlines, romantic lochs, cultured cities and a fiercely proud people, bonnie Scotland is an incredible destination. A...

Isle of Man - Isle of Man, United Kingdom

Isle of Man

As quirky destinations go, you’d be hard-pressed to beat the Isle of Man. Its mere existence is even a bit odd. Though officially part of the Brit...

Wales - Cardiff Castle, Wales (UK)

Wales

Though Wales forms an integral part of the United Kingdom, it often sits in the shadows of its high-achieving neighbours. But treat Wales as an after thought...