GREAT BRITAIN TRAVEL GUIDE
It's difficult to think of anywhere other than Great Britain that packs quite as much into a relatively small space. This green isle is bursting with thousands of years of history, awe inspiring castles, national parks, buzzing cities and cosy country pubs.
Whether you want to escape to the rolling green hills of Yorkshire, hit the surf in Cornwall or stick to the metropolitan cities of London or Liverpool; you'll have no problem finding things to do in Great Britain.
Just a short journey on one of our P&O ferries will see you arrive at the beautiful British coastline, with the entire country ready to explore.
London City Breaks
A city that, by its own rights, could count as an entire country, London is the vibrant, multicultural melting pot of the Great Britain.
Make sure to visit all the famous landmarks like the royal residence of Buckingham Palace, the iconic Big Ben and Houses of Parliament, St Paul's Cathedral and the city's sparkling new skyscraper; the Shard.
Each London neighbourhood is worth exploring in depth, with Shoreditch littered with trendy bars, Soho the one-stop-shop for musical performance and Greenwich Observatory home to arguably the best view of the city.
British Countryside Escape
The great British outdoors attracts visitors with the promise of endless green vistas, stately English manors and cosy countryside cottages.
Head north for water-based activities in England's largest national park, the Lake District. Scotland's rugged Highlands are ideal for anyone seeking a challenge, famed for hiking trails along jaw-dropping landscapes. The quaint Cotswolds are a series of villages and towns frozen in time and Wales' natural beauty has to been seen to be believed.
Whether you're looking to get on your bike or simply want to get out into nature, there's plenty of opportunities in Great Britain.
City Breaks in Northern Great Britain
While the capital may attract the most visitors, those that choose to explore the country's other cities will be rewarded with a fuller experience of Great Britain.
Stop by Liverpool to visit the home of the Beatles and the legendary performance venue where they made their name.
The metropolis of Manchester will allow you to pay tribute to the Manchester United football team's legendary home ground, Old Trafford.
If you're seeking culture, Leeds is full of museums and Abbey ruins while Newcastle is the home of the Northeast's most famous sculpture, the Angel of the North.
The British Seaside
With coastal spots like Brighton under 2 hours’ drive away from Dover, you can easily enjoy all the delights of the British seaside on your visit.
The dramatic coastline of Cornwall is renowned as the surfing capital of Great Britain and is chock-full of beach-side cafés and coastal paths.
To the north of the country, seaside towns like Scarborough offer all the conveniences of a city-break and a great nightlife scene to boot.
One of the most popular and dynamic cities on earth, London has garnered a reputation for being a cultural, gastronomic and musical hub, with an appeal that spans the generations.VISIT LONDON
From discovering Manchester's rich heritage, to visiting its world famous sporting venues and enjoying its bustling nightlife scene; you’ll find endless things to do in Manchester, a city full of undeniable charm.VISIT MANCHESTER
Beautiful, compelling and awash with the sight and sound of kilts and bagpipes, the Scottish capital packs a real punch.VISIT EDINBURGH
With a history spanning two thousand years, there are plenty of things to do in Canterbury - one of the most culture rich places to visit in the United Kingdom.VISIT CANTERBURY