The ultimate UK bucket list
Wander the pretty streets of London from east to west, filling your days with shopping, eating, and cool cafes hunting… Explore Cambridge’s quaint alleys and iconic Harry Potteresque colleges. Feel like Jane Austen and take a scenic drive through South England’s most beautiful villages… Fall in love with Edinburgh’s medieval atmosphere and splendid views… Get lost in the photogenic streets of Bath, also known as “the beige city”… The UK is full of gems for you to discover – we put together the ultimate bucket list for you.
We all love London, don’t we? People visit the city for all sorts of reasons — the history, the food, the pretty streets… The truth is, London is always calling.
Getting in your car is the best way to discover the beautiful villages of South England. Be ready for a scenic drive through the English counties of Hampshire and West Sussex that will fill you with more charm than you might know what to do with. Hampshire, also know as Jane Austen country, and its neighbor West Sussex are home to some of the most beautiful villages that England has to offer. Whether for a grand tour of the UK or just a break from the hustle and bustle of London, the charm of the English countryside awaits.
With its cobbled streets, twisting river and ancient colleges, Cambridge is without a doubt one of the UK’s prettiest towns. But there’s much more to it than the university and the punting… of course the main sights of the city are worth a visit but on your way you’ll find some romantic, secluded and exotic places… Underneath its surface lies a hidden beauty that most visitors fail to see.
With many corners looking like timeless scenes, Bath is able to maintain its former glory while also being very much part of the present. It’s a well-preserved world heritage city that can be explored on foot and there are many wonderful places that escape most visitors’ radar. It’s possible to see all the main attractions in one afternoon, but when appreciated at a slower pace and with mindful eyes, Bath will reveal its true colors.
Vintage shops, Georgian style streets, little boutique, cafes or bakery shops… There are so many brilliant independent and secret places that deserve local recognition and praise. Draped across a series of rocky hills overlooking the sea, Edinburgh is a lovely city with stunning natural scenery framed by an enviable array of architecture.