Welcome to Britain

Britain is full of contrasts.

Whichever direction you travel, you will find a wide variety of landscapes and diverse cultures to explore.

England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are all unique countries with their own customs, cultures and tradition.

Select a region:

Channel Islands Northern Ireland Scotland North East North West Yorkshire Midlands Wales South West East Anglia London South East


From the bright lights of the West End and Theatreland to the smart streets of Kensington and Chelsea, London is a great, sprawling melting pot of a city, a fascinating blend of history and modernity.


North East

With Northumberland’s rugged coastline and a collection of bustling cities, the North East of England is a trove of history and culture.


South East

From the sweeping beaches of Brighton to the huddled villages of Berkshire, the South East of England is one of the busiest and most beautiful areas of the country.


East Anglia

Named after an ancient Anglo-Saxon kingdom, East Anglia has preserved much of its rural landscape, architecture and traditions.



Yorkshire has something to inspire everyone, whether your passion is literary landscapes, ancient abbeys or majestic stately homes.



Wales is different from other parts of Britain and just tw hours from Heathrow Airport. With 400 castles, yet only one official motorway, you have to take things at a gentle pace.


North West

The North West of England is home to the wonderfully serene Lake District and famous industrial cities, such as Liverpool, where musical legends The Beatles were born and bred.



Scotland is everything you imagine - whisky, golf, romance of the clans and a wealth of castles and historic sites. The Highlands area is one of the last wildernesses in Europe.


South West

The South West is heaven for lovers of the outdoors. Home to two National Parks, busy fishing harbours, romantic Cornish beaches, rolling Devonshire hills and miles of lush English countryside.


Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland has some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, with untouched landscapes, sweeping coastlines and a rich cultural heritage attracting thousands of wondering eyes every year.

The Midlands


Once known as the Kingdom of Mercia in early medieval times, the central area of England is now more commonly referred to as the Midlands with a medley of historical cities


Channel Islands

With their unique Anglo-French charm, the Channel Islands have so many secrets to share, so many hidden gems to discover, that each visit inspires something new.