London is a vibrant, bustling, multi-cultural city. It is also a city full of history, heritage and culture. Visit some 300 museums and art galleries or enjoy London's 6,000 restaurants. With over 30,000 shops and stores to choose from, as well as a burgeoning reputation in the fashion world, shoppers will not be disappointed - from designer labels in Bond Street to bustling street markets in Camden, Notting Hill or Brick Lane. The capital also has 400 live music venues, catering for everything from opera to Brit pop and sports fans will not be short of excitement whenever they come. The summer sees the world’s largest classical musical festival at the Royal Albert Hall – the Proms. The must see and must do in London...
- The London Eye, South Bank
- Madame Tussaud's/Planetarium
- Tower of London
- The London Dungeon
- The Original London Tour
- Houses of Parliament Summer Opening
- West End & Westminster Abbey Tour
- Dali Universe
- Hampton Court Palace
- Kensington Palace
Wales captivates visitors with its rich character and landscapes. The Welsh speak their own Celtic language as well as English and have their own culture, poetry and song, which they celebrate in concerts and unique summer festivals known as 'eisteddfodau'. Renowned as Britain's 'Great Outdoors', breathe the fresh air of Snowdonia’s magnificent mountains in the north or discover the tranquillity of mid-Wales’ lakes and the south’s lush valleys. With three stunning National Parks and over 750 miles of coast, Wales is an exhilarating choice for activities.
The Must see and must do in Wales...
- Snowdon Mountain Railway, LlanberisErddig House, near Wrexham
- Harlech Castle, Harlech
- Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth
- St David’s Cathedral, St David’s, Pembrokeshire
- Aberglasney Gardens, Llangathen, Carmarthenshire
- The National Maritime Museum, Swansea
- Techniquest, Cardiff Bays
- The Big Pit National Mining Museum, Blaenafon
- The Museum of Welsh Life, St Fagans, Cardiff