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The Top Places to Fall in Love With United Kingdom

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1London

2,978 properties in London

Welcome to London

Known for its fashion, art and theater scenes, the majestic city of London needs little introduction. Featuring museums of every kind, shopping in ramshackle markets, cutting-edge boutiques and luxury department stores, there's also an endless range of international cuisine to enjoy.

What Travelers Love About London

  • Shopping

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  • Museums

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  • Theater

    54,636 endorsements

  • Sightseeing

    95,205 endorsements

2Edinburgh

706 properties in Edinburgh

Welcome to Edinburgh

A city of heritage, heart and of course Hogmanay, Scotland’s capital is vibrant and edgy. Whether or not you come for one of its many festivals, Edinburgh is quite simply a feast for the senses.

What Travelers Love About Edinburgh

  • History

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  • Castles

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  • Shopping

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  • Sightseeing

    24,482 endorsements

3Manchester

181 properties in Manchester

Welcome to Manchester

With an industrial past and a modern outlook, the complex fabric of Manchester is interlaced with interesting museums, English pubs and shopping centers.

What Travelers Love About Manchester

  • Shopping

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  • Nightlife

    14,927 endorsements

  • Soccer

    10,822 endorsements

  • Live Music

    8,961 endorsements

4Heathrow

23 properties in Heathrow

What Travelers Love About Heathrow

  • Shopping

    707 endorsements

  • Convenient Public Transportation

    3,344 endorsements

  • Nature

    206 endorsements

  • Museums

    128 endorsements

Best places to see in United Kingdom

Canal Street
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Known for fun and revelry, Canal Street was the filming location for TV’s ‘Queer as Folk’. A clutch of clubs and bars cater to every imaginable subculture – plus a few new ones. Whether you’re flying the rainbow flag for Pride, a drag queen in search of a feather boa, or a group of friends out on the town, you’ll be welcomed with open arms whatever your persuasion.
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Wollaton Hall and Park
Museums
Ever checked out a real-life Bat-lair? This stunning stately home was featured in Hollywood director Christopher Nolan’s series of Batman films, making an appearance as Batman’s (aka Bruce Wayne’s) mansion. There’s a stunningly filmic quality to the grand Renaissance façade, pristine lawns, and ample grounds peppered with resident deer and peacocks.
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York's Chocolate Story
Museums
A chocoholic’s dream! York’s Chocolate Story tells the tale of the city’s chocolate production, and treats you to free choccies along the way! You’ll be led through the museum by a chocolate-loving guide, who’ll teach you about the origins of the product, how to taste like a true chocolatier, and about York’s long legacy as The Chocolate City.
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Yorkshire Museum
Museums
Nestled within York’s stunning botanical gardens is the Yorkshire Museum. With four fascinating permanent collections, it offers incredible insight into York’s complex timeline. Stroll the Museum Gardens to see the ruins of St Mary's Abbey – once the wealthiest abbey in the North of England, it was destroyed in 1540 during Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries.
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St James' Park
Stadiums or Arenas
Who said black and white was a thing of the past? The city’s football stadium is a star player in Newcastle’s line up. Follow the crowds of black and white football strips on match day as they stream from the city centre towards the stadium. If you’re not around to see the team play you can still take a peek behind the scenes, with stadium tours available daily.
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York Castle Museum
Museums
Where the former York Castle once proudly stood, York Castle Museum now takes residence. An ideal spot for rainy-day sight-seeing, the museum exhibits all manner of post-medieval artefacts. Stroll back in time along a re-constructed Victorian street, marvel at the fun and fascinating history of toys, and be sure to peek inside the spooky Castle Prison – if you dare!
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What travelers love about United Kingdom

Shopping
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Sightseeing
Recommended by 273493 travelers
History
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