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About UKUK is an island nation which comprises of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Britain as a word is mostly used to refer to the United Kingdom as a whole. The capital of UK is London, which is the leading cultural, commercial and financial centre of the world. Other major cities include Liverpool, Londonderry, Birmingham and Manchester in England and Belfast in Northern Ireland, Glasgow and Edinburgh in Scotland, and Cardiff and Swansea in Wales. Go anywhere in UK and you will find a perfect blend of royalty & old world charm with modernity & state of the art technology at the same time. It is a journey through history, a history which can be felt and relived. UK is full of astounding variety with the sites of Shakespeare's sonnets, the legend of King Arthur and the palaces of royals on one side along with the 21st-century architecture in Manchester, the Shard, the Aquatics Centre, and the Gherkin in London on the other side. The UK has been a major force in global youth culture since the heyday of the Beatles and Rolling Stones. The rich literary heritage of UK encompasses the works of English writers such as Northern Irishman Seamus Heaney, William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens, Welshman Dylan Thomas and , Scot Robert Burns. Being closest to the Atlantic Ocean, Western parts of England and Scotland, Northern Wales , are generally the mildest, wettest and windiest of all the regions of UK, and temperature ranges here are seldom extreme. Eastern areas are drier, cooler and experience the greatest daily and seasonal temperature variations. Whereas, Northern areas are generally wetter, cooler and have slightly larger temperature ranges than southern areas. UK lies to west of Eurasia with an extensive coastline. It is this positioning of UK, which makes its climate fairly complex with the meeting of dry continental air and the moist maritime air. This becomes the main reason of its varied temperature ranges and change of seasons in one day. UK has become the most powerful nation in the world in terms of cultural influence following the success of the London 2012 Olympics, as per annual Soft Power Survey of Monocle magazine. The Survey says that the 21st Century UK is completely different from the traditional UK in all spheres, whether it is from music to films or from sports to design. Traditional view of the United Kingdom has now become clinched and tired. Places to visit in UK - Travel online Advisor is available to support you in planning a trip to UK. We will support you with end to end travel planning, from providing advise on which are the most beautiful places to visit in UK, to flight booking, hotel booking, transport arrangement, sightseeing, and all necessary arrangements for planning a trip to UK. Though there are many places to visit in UK, however we have listed most beautiful spots to see in UK.
Anglesey - Penmon PointAs compared to other beaches of Anglesey, this is not a big sandy beach, but it's an amazing place to chill out and plan a picnic. There is Puffin Island, half a mile offshore, which is known for Pickled Puffin and the Pickled Oyster, Penmon Lighthouse, about half a mile south of Puffin Island and The Priory.
Cornwall - Lizard PointIt is the southernmost point of UK and can be reached by single road. Here you will not find conventional seaside pleasure, but it is amazing to see how the coastline has been carved into monumental sheer cliffs and rocky coves.
East Sussex - Rye HarbourLocated near border of Kent and Sussex, it's a village which runs along Rother River. It has a busy fishing fleet and yachting centre along with some commercial shipping. Ray Harbour has footpaths network where you can walk along the sea shore and across the fields. In addition to this, there is Church of Holy Spirits (Memories of Lifeboat Disaster of Mary Stanford - 1928), Camber Castle (by Henry VIII), excellent bird hides, and a lot more to see.
Dengie peninsula, EssexThis peninsula is a rectangular land surrounded by River Blackwater - North, River Crouch - South and North Sea - East, which makes it an important yachting area. There are many routes through which you can reach this peninsula.
Norfolk - Blakeney Point
County Durham - Seaham
East Lothian - Seacliff beach
East Neuk, Pittenweem
Dumfriesshire - Caerlaverock Wetland Centre
Cumbria - Sandscale Haws