United Kingdom

The United Kingdom, the melting pot of multiple countries and accents to accompany them. From Bonnie Scotland to Cockney London, the UK is one of the most gay-welcoming destinations in Europe.

From iconic historical sites such as Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London to Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, this is a bucket list country – if only to see so many of those destinations that are etched on our mind thanks to the Royal Family.

Speak to one of our expert team today about planning the perfect gay vacation to the UK.

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Getting to United Kingdom

London Heathrow airport is one of the busiest in the world with flights arriving from all four corners of the globe. Most countries have direct flights to London.

General Information

Beautiful rural landscape, tradition and lively cities; the United Kingdom has a lot to offer. Head to London if you want to experience everything patriotic – not to mention scintillating nightlife. Take a tour of Buckingham Palace, visit the many museums and head up in the London Eye for the best views of London’s skyline.

If you are looking for something a little more luxurious, why not head out on the Thames for a romantic dinner cruise. Branching out from London you’ll quickly find the tall concrete buildings turn to luscious grassy hills.

Head to the Cotswolds for a spot of fresh air. Immerse yourself in the beautiful countryside and hope that it doesn’t rain!

Then visit Scotland and see Edinburgh’s historic Royal Mile and its castle.

What Everyone Does In The UK

With it being the capital city of England, London is a great place to start your holiday. With lots of great tourist spots, fantastic shopping and stylish hotels, your stay is sure to be jam-packed and memorable. London is Europe’s only mega-city, with a population greater than Berlin and Paris combined.

What Some People Do In The UK

Venture out of London and head up to the Cotswolds for a spot of hiking, biking and fresh air. Here you will find some of England’s most stunning landscapes.

What No One Else Does In England

Have London as your base allowing you to venture out to more places. Why not take a day trip to Bath to see the ancient Roman baths. It is such a lovely city to walk around with beautiful buildings and boutique shops. Why not spend a few nights up in Edinburgh. It’s only a 45-minute flight from London and embraces true Scottish Tradition.

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