United Kingdom

The UK encapsulates a rich cultural heritage and magnificent countryside scenery. Ride to the top of the world on the London Eye and drink in the tragic history of the Titanic at Belfast. Take a tour of the famous Scottish Highlands, and challenge your worst fears with a walk on the swaying and swinging Carrick-a-rede Bridge. Marvel at the sprawling and picturesque campuses of Cambridge and Oxford and travel back in time at Stonehenge and Bath Town.

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  • Aberdeen is the best destination of sampling the most famous drink in Scotland, which is Scottish whiskey. The region of Aberdeen is home to hundreds of distilleries that churn out the most premium quality of Scotch whiskey. Try single malt whiskey and blended whiskey. Savor the light Glenmorangie or try the bold flavors like Highland Park and more.

    Try Scottish whiskey
  • Ride in the luxurious capsule, Coca-Cola London Eye, and feast your eyes on the dramatic vistas of London while the Millennial Wheel slowly turns round and round. Take in the views of the Big Ben, Houses of the Parliament, Westminster Bridge, Buckingham Palace, The Shard, Tower Bridge, and the Thames river

    Coca-Cola London Eye ride
  • Take a tour of the Titanic Museum in Belfast of Northern Ireland to explore the majestic shipyard, walk along the decks, a journey to the depth of the Atlantic, and unravel the legends of the Titanic in Belfast, the city where everything began before the tragic end.

    Titanic Museum in Belfast

Bucket List Experience

Big Ben and Changing of the guards | Bucket List Group Travel

London- Big Ben and Changing of the guards

Soak in the quintessential splendor of the capital city, London, on the UK tour. Marvel at the grandeur of Big Ben that includes the Elizabeth Tower and the Houses of Parliament. Big Ben is the colossal clock tower, which makes for a spectacular view at night due to splendid illumination of the clock face. Attend the grand celebration of the Changing of the Guards ceremony, too, and gain a more in-depth insight into royal secrets, scandals, and so much more.

Scottish-Highlands | Bucket List Group Travel

Scottish Highlands

Stretching to Thurso from Inverness, the spectacular Scottish Highlands encompass a wide swath of Scotland. Begin the exploration with a visit to the beautiful ground of Inverness Castle and then probe into the world of the Loch Ness Monster at Urquhart Castle overlooking the Loch Ness River. Enter the world of Shakespeare’s Macbeth at Cawdor Castle and go to the Visitor’s Center at Culloden Battlefield to gain more knowledge about the Scottish Wars. Admire the Lantern Of The North and roam across the chambers and gardens of Dunrobin Castle too.

Northern-Ireland | Bucket List Group Travel

Northern Ireland

Soak in the wild and fascinating music scene of Belfast in Northern Ireland, and check out the place where Led Zeppelin breathed life into “The Stairway Of Heaven.” Take a boat tour around Belfast Harbor and engage in the brilliant exhibition that will make you experience the journey of the Titanic from the docks to the bottom of the Atlantic. Admire the dramatic seaside views during the tour along the Causeway Coastal Route and walk the Walls of Londonderry too.

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Giant Causeway

Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge and Giant Causeway

Carrick-a-rede is the rope bridge near Ballintoy in Antrim County. The rope bridge is the link between the mainland of Northern Ireland and the quaint island of Carrickarede. Relish the most thrilling experience of crossing the swaying suspension bridge over the raging gorge, overlooking panoramic views of coastal landscapes. The Giant’s Causeway is a magnificent masterpiece of hexagonal columns. Follow the route of Giant Causeway to the splendid Dunluce Castle and marvel at the way the Castle hangs dangerously over the cliffs.

Bath town and Stonehenge | Bucket List Group Travel

Bath town and Stonehenge

Visit the Roman Baths at Bath town to check out the CGI reconstructions and exhibits of the ancient site and then take a relaxing dip into the natural hot springs of Thermae Bath Spa. Visit the Holburne Museum and Victoria Art Gallery and check out the beautiful Jane Austen Center, too, if you are a sucker for romance novels. The UK Tour is never complete without a trip to Stonehenge. Marvel at the mysteries that surround the colossal Neolithic stones and visit Woodhenge too.

Oxford University and Cambridge University

Oxford University and Cambridge University

Admire the sprawling and picturesque campus Cambridge University and take a stroll in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden. The gardens feature a fantastic collection of over 8000 species of plants from all over the world. Walk along the garden routes and explore the glasshouses before dropping in at Botanic Garden Shop and Garden Cafe. Visit Oxford University next, which feels like a citadel of departments, halls, museums, libraries, gardens, and more. Check out Ashmolean Museum, Weston Library, University Parks, and University Church of St. Mary too.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Spring is the best season to set out on the United Kingdom Tour. So visit between March and June and during autumn too between September and November.

Travel Guide


The island country, the United Kingdom, is in northwest Europe and comprises of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Capital City

The capital of the United Kingdom is London.

Main Airport

Heathrow Airport in London is the most significant international airport in the United Kingdom.

Language Spoken

The people of the United Kingdom speak mostly in English, Polish, Welsh, and Irish. You may come across Indian, Pakistani, and Chinese languages too.


The currency of the UK is Pound sterling.


The citizens of the US do not need a visa for the United Kingdom Tour. The citizens of other countries require a visa, passport, and round-trip ticket for the tour.


The standard values vary between 230volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for plugs of type G.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the United Kingdom tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free number 999 for any emergency during the United Kingdom Tour. You can dial 112 which is the emergency number of the European Union.

FAQs about United Kingdom

How is internet access like in The United Kingdom?

Internet access is widely available at all public places and hotels and restaurants in the United Kingdom.

Can I use my mobile phone in the United Kingdom?

Buy a local sim card to use your mobile phone on the United Kingdom Tour. You can also switch on to the roaming facility or make internet calls through calling apps.

How are the toilets like in The United Kingdom?

The public toilets or restrooms or loo are clean, western-style, and equipped with trash cans and toilet paper rolls. You will find clean toilets on trains and buses too.

Can I drink tap water in the United Kingdom?

The tap water of The United Kingdom is perfectly safe for drinking.

Are credit cards accepted in the United Kingdom?

The United Kingdom widely accepts most credit cards and debit cards of significant companies and notably Visa and MasterCard. American Express and Diners Club cards are accepted too.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in The United Kingdom?

You will easily find ATM centers all over the United Kingdom. The ATM operator charges a transaction fee as well.

What to wear in the United Kingdom?

Pack in your pretty dresses, tops, shirts, skirts, and a couple of light cardigans too.

Is The United Kingdom safe for women to travel solo?

The United Kingdom is incredibly safe for women to travel solo.