The enchanting landscape and intriguing heritage of Britain has inspired kings, queens, authors, poets and artists for thousands of years, owing to its rolling hills, crystal clear lakes, rugged coastline and beautiful ancient monuments.

Boasting 25 UNESCO World Heritage sites,  hundreds of dramatic castles and some of the most stunning countryside in the world, it’s little wonder that millions of visitors fall under Britain’s spell every year.

Britain's breathtaking New Forest was created by William the Conqueror in 1079 to serve as a hunting ground

Yorkshire Moors. Credit: Aerial Republic

Video of the stunning Yorkshire countryside

We explore some of Britain’s most stunning landscapes from the sky with beautiful drone footage from Aerial Republic. First up, the wild land of Yorkshire and the North York Moors

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stonehenge, UNESCO

Britain’s best World Heritage sites

To celebrate World Heritage Day, we take a look at a few of Britain’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from ancient monuments to stunning cathedrals and palaces.

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Queen, Malta

Amazing mothers from British history

To celebrate Mothers’ Day in the UK we’ve picked out some great mums whose actions and offspring have had a lasting impact on the country…

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Hall's Croft, Stratford

Romantic literary British escapes

Whisk your loved one away on one of these British escapes with a literary twist, including fairytale castles, quaint cottages & glorious landscapes

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Dunnottar Castle, Scotland

Best places to visit in Scotland 2017: FREE GUIDE

Want to discover more about Jacobite history, explore the romantic ruins of Orkney and Loch Ness or go on a Scottish whisky tour? Then download the Scotland 2017 Guide, brought to you by BRITAIN Magazine and VisitScotland

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Savoy, London, Afternoon Tea

5 of the best… afternoon teas in London

We’ve picked the finest treats London has to offer if you’re in the mood for a classic English afternoon tea

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Hill Top, Cumbria, Beatrix Potter

5 places to celebrate Britain’s literary heroes

From the Brontë sisters to Beatrix Potter, a visit to Britain is a great opportunity to explore the home life of the brilliant authors we all love.

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King Arthur’s Cornwall: Tintagel and beyond

In the new issue, we explore the mythical landscape of Cornwall’s north coast and the legends of King Arthur at Tintagel. Here’s a pretty pictorial taste of what’s in store…

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The Royal Opera House, London

5 of the best: London theatre hotspots

London’s theatre scene is at the heart of the capital’s creativity and a world-class show is a must-see for many visitors to the city. Here we explore the best spots to sample a theatrical treat.

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Five of the best Bonfire Night celebrations 2016

Remember remember the 5 November with our pick of this year’s best firework displays across the UK.

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