There are a wealth of places to visit in the UK. Whether you're looking for a quiet get away or a fun filled family adventure, we have it all!
Wales isn’t all sheep and barren hills! Far from it. With three national parks, 43 Blue Flag beaches and 870 miles of coastline Wales has some of the most beautiful and dramatic scenery in the UK. And, with a historic backdrop of druids, castles and conquest this is a country steeped in history.

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However, it also has a vibrant 21st century culture. The Millennium stadium plays host to major sports events and music concerts. Cardiff has earned its place among the top shopping destinations in Britain. Wales is also known for the delightfully quirky and imaginative, like zip lines that soar over Snowdonia and great new adventure sports like coasteering.

Wales has a landscape begging to be explored! There are plenty of woodlands and mountainsides ideal for serious mountain biking, hiking and horse riding. Dramatic craggy coastlines are perfect for surfing, paddle-boarding and kitesurfing. Rivers from the calm and sedate to the totally wild white water rapids are ideal for kayaking.

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Wales plays host to a number of first class events, from the Ryder Cup and Rally GB to the NATO Summit. It's also home to a vast array of festivals: Green Man, Wakestock, The Good Life Experience and Festival Number 6.

Don’t miss more unusual events like the World Alternative Games where you can attend the World Bog Snorkelling Championships or take part in a spot of space hopper racing!

With a clutch of Michelin stars, Wales is heaven for food lovers. That’s not surprising with a coastline that brings it outstanding seafood and lush green pastures which provide delicious meats and cheeses. Wales is enjoying a renaissance in organic and artisan foods, many of which are showcased at its premier food event, Abergavenny Food Festival.

You don't need to go far to find some wonderful countryside and historic towns. If you are visiting us from Europe you'll find plenty to do right on our doorstep.

Canterbury's skyline is dominated by the stunning Cathedral, the oldest in England. But the cathedral is only part of the story; the ancient ruins of St Augustine's Abbey and St Martin's Church form Canterbury's UNESCO World Heritage Site while other ancient ruins such as the Castle are reminders of the city's history, heritage and culture.

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Kent's 350 glorious miles of coastline boasts the world's most famous white cliffs, vast sandy beaches, safe, family-friendly bays and natural assets that make it a magnet for water activity enthusiasts. It’s a first-class place for family holidays and kids' days out, as well as for adults to relax and recharge.  

Castles, Gardens and More
Gain insights into the day-to-day experiences of historic people; Churchill, Charles Dickens and Charles Darwin. In Kent you can roam the homes of lords and ladies, butlers and parlour-
maids. Hop on a steam railway or take an intriguing guided tour. Kent's museums and
themed attractions bring the past vividly to life. Discover medieval cinque ports like
Walmer, Tudor villages, Georgian resorts, gracious Victorian houses and oast houses.

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