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- Liverpool Hotels price from 51 US$
- York Hotels price from 67 US$
- Bristol Hotels price from 73 US$
- Bournemouth Hotels price from 32 US$
- Aberdeen Hotels price from 87 US$
- Bath Hotels price from 199 US$
- Inverness Hotels price from 53 US$
- Newcastle Upon Tyne Hotels price from 53 US$
- Chester Hotels price from 41 US$
- Cardiff Hotels price from 43 US$
- Oxford Hotels price from 105 US$
- Brighton Hotels price from 57 US$
- Weymouth Hotels price from 69 US$
- Leeds Hotels price from 39 US$
- Belfast Hotels price from 54 US$
- Norwich Hotels price from 61 US$
- Cheltenham Hotels price from 52 US$
- London Hotels price from 31 US$
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is a constitutional monarchy, which includes four countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The capital and seat of the Government is London, in England, while the capital of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland respectively are Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast.
SPAS IN UNITED KINGDOM
The United Kingdom has a very old tradition in spa tourism. It is said that even the Celts knew the benefits of these thermal springs. In around 43 A.D. with the arrival of Romans the first public thermal baths were constructed. The popularity of thermalism is still high in the U.K. and succeeds in attracting millions of visitors every year.
Besides the famous thermal baths in Bath, in the area of Yorkshire you can find other places with thermal springs that have therapeutic benefits. If you are looking for holidays in an environment of wellbeing and relaxation in the United Kingdom, this page can make the best proposals for hotels with spas in the area of Yorkshire.
WHAT TO SEE IN THE UK
Museums and attractions
The United Kingdom, for the vastness of its territory, but also for its fascinating and long history and the beautiful landscapes, has many tourist attractions, including UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
There are numerous free museums in UK, such as the British Museum and the National Gallery in London, thousands of municipal parks and hundreds of interesting communities that worth a visit.
On the whole British territory there are 14 National Parks, and the countryside offers many wonders, such as the picturesque villages of the Cotswolds in the south, the beautiful sceneries of the Lake and the Peak District in the east.
In Scotland you can enjoy the wild beauty of the Highlands, and in Wales you can go to the The Snowdania National Park. In Northern Ireland, particularly fascinating is the Giant's Causeway, a spectacular rock formation on the Antrim Coast. Other interesting tourist attractions in the United Kingdom are Edinburgh Castle, situated over one of the highest points of the city, still in excellent condition despite its more than 1000 years, and the archaeological site of Stonehenge, in the Wiltshire in England.
Places to visit
In England you can visit Stratford-Upon-Avon, where William Shakespeare was born, which today is an interesting tourist destination even for theatre performances.
In the South East there is Canterbury, in the county of Kent, with its magnificent Cathedral, whose archbishop is considered the leader of the Church of England.
The well-known university cities of Oxford and Cambridge also worth a visit, as well as other cities such as Liverpool, home of the Beatles, and Manchester, which once upon a time was a grey industrial city, while today it is considered by many the capital of music.
Another British industrial cities which have been able to recover after the industrial crisis, it should be mentioned Glasgow, the largest Scottish city, which is also a must visit.
In the United Kingdom there are a lot of places that are worth a visit, so we can not make an exhaustive list. Anyway, taking advantage of some special offers, you can go to Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and start to visit this extraordinary and heterogeneous state.