Pack Your Bags and Travel to these Amazing Places in the UK this Bank Holiday Weekend!
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Update your travel itinerary by visiting these amazing and adventure-worthy places in the UK!
From England, Scotland to Wales, the following are some of the places you shouldn't miss on your travel to-do list:
Scotland – Loch Ness
Ok, so you are probably right in being sceptical about the possibility of the Loch Ness monster really existing. However, even without a prehistoric beast this is still a magical place. This loch is so big and deep that every freshwater lake in England and Wales could fit inside it. The ruins of Urquhart Castle make it even more scenic, while the welcoming city of Inverness is only about 13 miles away and makes for a good base. If you are still feeling adventurous after this then the whole of the Highland is waiting for you to explore it.
Northern Ireland – Giants Causeway
Another very special spot to be found in the UK is the Giant Causeway, on the Antrim coast. Getting here is half the fun, as you can take the spectacular A2 road around the coast from Belfast or further South. Legend has it that the Causeway was built by a giant but there are some more sensible geological reasons for its formation. Either way, it is a fine place to sit back and enjoy a long, warm summer's evening.
Wales – Caernarfon
At this point it is worth mentioning that picking just one destination in each part of the UK is really difficult, as they are all filled with terrific spots. However, for a memorable trip to Wales it is hard to beat the charm of Caernarfon and its stunning castle. This area is famous for its natural beauty and also for having one of the country's highest rates of Welsh speakers. You are sure to hear some Welsh spoken in the lovely local accent at some point here.
England – Eden Project
There are many excellent reasons for heading down to Cornwall and the Eden Project is definitely one of them. This is a giant ecological project with a huge range of plants in two enormous domes. One of them contains a tropical environment, while the other has a Mediterranean climate. It is a fascinating spot to learn about plants and the climate before heading off to explore the towns and beaches of this attractive region of the UK.
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