This cultural and Historic Island has so much to offer that we have placed our emphasis on Scotland and Southern England, these very attractive destinations have much in common with Scandinavia, and many historic and cultural links back to Viking roots.

Historic Clans and Traditional Tartans, Palaces and Castles, Myths and Legends, Whisky and Vikings, Magnificent landscape and the unique sound of the bagpipes give Scotland its own impression. Follow the Whisky trail or visit the wonderful islands of Orkney and Skye. Explore both the Highlands and the lowlands. Or try and spot the mysterious Nessie on Loch Ness and visit Urquhart castle.

The charming and historic Scottish capital, Edinburgh needs little introduction, it speaks for itself. The medieval old town and elegant new town, provides a rich combination of experiences. Running through the tightly packed buildings of the old town is the royal mile, with Edinburgh castle perched at the very top, and at the foot, is the Queens Scottish residence, the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

Some other selected places to visit in Scotland are the cultural metropolis Glasgow, the coastal town of St. Andrews or the idyllic picture book town Culross.

Down in the southernmost reaches of England, experience the capital swinging London, charming country villages or some of the classic seaside resorts, and take in the fragrance of a traditional cream tea. All around you will find romantic picture book landscape, majestic castles and idyllic gardens, which will impress all.

The Swinging capital London has it all from its amazing cultural atmosphere to world class historic and modern attractions; Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London to the Tate modern and London Eye to name just a few. Marvel in areas such as the West End and Covent Garden or some of the cult market places like Camden.

Further down In the South East you have the region of Kent, often regarded as the Garden of England, due to its many beautiful and wondrous Gardens and Palaces and Castle which accompany them. Also some of the most popular and renowned beach resorts likes Brighton and Bournemouth are only a short distance away.

In the South west you have a fascinating almost fairy tale world of its own with areas such as Cornwall, Devon and Somerset. Sublime picture book landscape, rolling hills, charming villages, secluded coves and sandy beaches. Also in the area are many historic attractions like the prehistoric stone circles of Stonehenge and the antique roman baths in UNESCO world cultural heritage listed city of Bath.

Other recommended areas within the UK to visit are the Isle of Wight, the Lake District and Snowdonia in Wales.

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Land''s End / Photo Hanne Mikkelsen
Athelhampton / Photo Hanne Mikkelsen
Photo: St. Ives/Hanne Mikkelsen
Photo: Windsor Castle/Britain on View
Photo: Brighton Pier/Hanne Mikkelsen