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tourist information on the UK

We have tourist information on towns and cities to visit all over the UK, from the Highlands of Scotland to the fantastic Cornwall coast in England.

Discover attractions from museums to historic houses, places to see and where to go, all with maps and the details you need to plan your next trip or day out.

Out and about, take advantage of the beautiful English countryside by visiting Gloucestershire or maybe visit an historic town like Bath or Chester in Cheshire on your holiday.

One of the most popular areas is the dramatic Lake District, great for walkers, our Cumbria Tourist Information pages will tell you where to go and also features major towns to visit such as Kendal.

If you would rather travel by train, find the nearest station to where you want to go in our UK Railway Station section. A most relaxing way to tour around the UK.

Off the mainland The Channel Islands are popular all year round - our Guide to Jersey has details on attractions as well as places to stay.

Don't miss our tourist information guide to Scotland, and explore the country from the Lowlands to the Highlands, enjoying the history and customs that make Scotland unique. Discover the Scottish cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Aberdeen and all their museums, theatres, and art galleries.

If you prefer long sandy beaches and walks, visit Wales for the resorts of the North Wales coast, the quieter areas of Pembrokeshire, or the great outdoors at Snowdonia National Park.

Castles, countryside, dramatic coasts, and peace and quiet ? Northumberland is a good choice.

We have tourist information on 1,279 UK cities, towns, and villages, choose where you are going to visit and find out what to see and do.
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