For such a small island, the UK is full of history, culture and interest that has inspired tourists and travellers for centuries. From it’s luscious countrysides to it’s fast paced city life, it’s easy to see why it’s become such a popular tourist destination. With so much to see and do here, it’s difficult to determine which places to visit during your stay. There is nothing wrong with sticking to the larger cities such as London or Glasgow. But the UK has many lesser known but equally impressive locations too. So get you to inspired to travel further afield during your trip, here are some unique places you need to visit in the UK.
Roman Baths in Bath
Bath is located in the South-West region of the UK and is just a short journey from the city of London. It’s an idyllic town that is entirely surrounded by rolling hills and beautiful landscapes. This might sound like a perfect place to visit if you’re an outdoorsy kind of person. But there’s even more on offer here. Bath is famously known for its natural hot springs and is home to the Roman baths. This attraction allows tourist to take a trip back in time to see how public bathing was carried out in the 19th century. A museum has also been built surrounding the baths which include artifacts, statues and modern day spa you can enjoy. There are also a whole host of shops, tea rooms and fantastic Georgian architecture throughout for you to enjoy. It’s a perfect day out if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle as it oozes a calm and relaxing vibe.
Pleasure beach in Blackpool
Blackpool is a seaside town located in the North West of England. It’s reputation for family fun, and entertainment stems from it’s infamous Pleasure Beach. Here you will find some of the most impressive roller coasters and rides in Europe. The Big One roller coaster, for instance, stands at 235ft and can reach speeds of up to 87 mph. A whole host of shows in Blackpool are also held at the Pleasure Beach. Another fantastic attraction to try out is the Blackpool tower which has a glass viewing platform, ballroom and circus on site. This is the ideal place to visit if you’re travelling with young children or if you’re a bit of a thrill seeker.
Eden Project in Cornwall
Cornwall is a county in England which is renowned for it’s beautiful coastlines and moorlands. While it’s beaches are always popular with tourists, it is also home to one of the UK’s most popular attractions. The Eden Project is located in the middle of a large crater and is home to the largest rainforest in captivity. Large bubble shapes biomes create the perfect habitat for exotic plants, flowers and trees. You can wander through the indoor and outdoor gardens and learn more about their conservation schemes. It’s a brilliant place to take children but can also be perfect for couples of any age.
These are just three unique places you can find in the UK that are unlike anywhere else. So what are you waiting for? Come and see them for yourself.