Here’s What To Do In The UK in 2017  


Looking for a unique way to vacation in UK this year? Keep on reading and we’ll share with you five of the activities that are worth trying. Whether you would like to relax or be active, there is something that you will find enjoyable.

City Break in York

If you only have a weekend or a few days off, travel to York and you will certainly have a good time. There are many attractions that are worth seeing, such as the National Railway Museum, which houses an extensive collection of vintage trains. Meanwhile, at York Castle Museum and York Minister, you will fall in love with its grand architecture and interior design. If you want to grab a beer, meanwhile, head to Blue Bell, a traditional pub that is located in a 200-year-old wood-panelled room.

Attend the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

If you want to know more about local culture and meet other people, one thing that you should do is to attend a festival. In the UK, one that you should not miss is the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Since there are many top universities in Edinburgh, it is not surprising at all that most of the attendees are students. This is recognised as the largest art festival in the world. It runs for three full weeks. It features music, comedy, and art performances and exhibitions, among others.

Walking in the Cotswolds

If you want to enjoy a UK destination that is rustic and charming, the Cotswolds is where you should head. It is best explored by foot, which will take you back in time. Its cobbled streets and charming villages will surely be a visual treat for many people. If you want to walk, you might want to take the Cotswold Way National Trail. It has a distance of 102 miles. For the more adventurous, you can do walks on your own. If you are worried about being lost and your safety, you can join group tours. Stay in a charming cottage in the Cotswolds for an authentic experience.

Admire the Beaches of the Hebrides

This is another destination that is perfect for those who love the sun, sea, and sand. Located in Scotland, this is what their version of Caribbean paradise looks like. Its coral sands and blue water are more than enough to entice any traveller, not just the sun-worshippers. While there are many beaches that you can enjoy in Hebrides, one that should be on the top of the list is Luskentyre, which is undeniably a paradise.

Visit the Beaches on the West Coast of Scotland

You do not have to go far from UK to enjoy world-class beaches. In Scotland’s west coast, you can go bathing under the sun or try a variety of water activities. One of the best places to see is Sanna Bay in the Ardnamurchan peninsula. This is also the entry point to Singing Sands. The quiet and sandy cove of Port nam Murrach, meanwhile, is the perfect choice for those who would to enjoy the beach sans the crowd. Here are some holiday cottages in Oban that you could use as your base for exploring the West Coast.