Our Favourite UK Places
Everyone has favourite places in the UK - these are the personal picks of Britain Express editors; the places we have enjoyed visiting most in the course of our travels.
Anglesey - The Isle of Anglesey is one of the most beautiful - and relatively uncrowded - corners of Wales.
Bath - Bath deserves it reputation as one of the best travel destinations in England. Here's a look at what to see and do.
Cheltenham - One of the most elegant old spa towns in England, known for its Regency architecture.
Chester - Reknown for its lovely half-timbered houses and its Roman heritage.
Ely - Historic Ely Cathedral is one of the true architectural marvels of Medieval England, but don't overlook the rest of Ely!
Hereford - Rich in beautiful half-timbered houses and a wealth of other fine historic buildings.
Ironbridge - World Heritage Site, famous for its iron-smelting industrial past.
Lincoln - Home to one of the finest cathedrals in England, and a wealth of other historic attractions.
Mendips - One of South West England's undiscovered gems. Though Cheddar can be crowded, the Mendips offer much more to reward the traveller.
Norwich - A feast of medieval art and architecture.
Old Sarum - The ancient settlement where Salisbury began.
Salisbury - The lovely Cathedral gets most of the press, but Salisbury has more than just the Cathedral to offer visitors.
Vale of White Horse - From ancient ruins to medieval treasures, peaceful villages to mysterious hill figures, the Vale of White Horse is one of England's undiscovered delights.
Wells - The smallest city in England, and home to the magnificent Wells Cathedral.
Wensleydale - Rural Wensleydale and the Yorkshire Dales, dissected by centuries-old dry stone walls, is a peaceful haven for visitors.
Winchcombe - This Cotswold village is surrounded by fascinating places to visit, including Sudeley Castle, the final resting place of Catherine Parr.