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.
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Our Best Trips To United Kingdom
- From 7 days - Tailor-made from £1855Quintessential England calls to mind afternoon tea, the dreaming spires of Oxford and an afternoon stroll down the Strand. All of those boxes will be ticked on this tour of the major historic centres of Southern England. You’ll take a trip around...View Itinerary
- From 10 days - Tailor-made from £2785See the cultural sights of two great European cities and then unwind on an idyllic Greek island. This will make for an ideal mix of culture and relaxation. In London, you’ll see Shakespeare’s Globe and The Crown Jewels. You’ll also experience...View Itinerary
- From 9 days - Tailor-made from £2895Discover the three major capital cities of Europe. There is so much history and culture to discover it can be overwhelming. This itinerary will ensure that you see the major sights, taste the best food and learn about three countries...View Itinerary
Trips to United Kingdom
This gay group trip takes you through the north, south, east and west of England taking in all of the most beautiful and historic sites that make the United Kingdom such a magical place to visit. Full of medieval castles,...
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Take a journey into paradise and enjoy this wonderful adventure on board the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express. Start your journey in London and end in Berlin. You will enjoy delicious food prepared by the very best chefs and the staff are there...
Embark on the world-famous Venice Simplon-Orient-Express train on an overnight journey from London to Venice. With its renowned vintage carriages and exquisite cuisine accompanied with fine wines, a trip on board this luxury train is one you’ll cherish for a...
Explore two of the UK’s most vibrant cities. Spend five days in London, where you will tour around some of its most famous tourist spots including Tower Bridge, The Houses of Parliment and Buckingham Palace. Head out onto the Thames...
This itinerary takes you to London, Manchester and Liverpool. Visiting the capital city you’ll explore the famous streets of London, immersing yourself in London life as you have the opportunity to jump on its famous red double-decker buses, visit Buckingham...
You haven’t “done” Europe until you’ve acquainted yourself with its two most influential cities. In London, you’ll see everything from Buckingham Palace to the bustling streets of Soho. Paris is only a short train ride away. In the French capital,...
The British monarchy continues to fascinate the world. The Queen is probably the most famous person on the planet. This itinerary will show you the major palaces and destinations associated with the royal family. You’ll gain insights into the fascinating...
Yorkshire is the largest county in the UK, and it is deeply connected to its long history. The landscapes are dotted with Medieval castles, green fields and pubs. So many pubs! You’ll eat fish and chips, walk the Medieval walls...
Discover the three major capital cities of Europe. There is so much history and culture to discover it can be overwhelming. This itinerary will ensure that you see the major sights, taste the best food and learn about three countries...
See the cultural sights of two great European cities and then unwind on an idyllic Greek island. This will make for an ideal mix of culture and relaxation. In London, you’ll see Shakespeare’s Globe and The Crown Jewels. You’ll also experience...
Quintessential England calls to mind afternoon tea, the dreaming spires of Oxford and an afternoon stroll down the Strand. All of those boxes will be ticked on this tour of the major historic centres of Southern England. You’ll take a trip around...
Hotels in United Kingdom
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.
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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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