Camden Market is north London's bastion of culture, attracting hippies, goths and even celebrities.
As the most visited destination in the Lake District, Bowness-on-Windermere is a hub of tourist activity.
Huddersfield is located in the west of Yorkshire and though sometimes overshadowed by Leeds and Sheffield is a true Yorkshire town, keeping alive many of the region’s traditions.
Located on the east cost of England, Skegness is a traditional British seaside town.
James Stone gets a tan and a unique souvenir on England's Jurassic Coast
Home of the Queen, and one of the main tourist attractions of London, Buckingham Palace is a must see.
Visitors to London in the mood for a bit of culture should visit St James's Palace.
St Paul's is one of London's most iconic buildings and is a must see for anyone wanting an insight into Britain's diverse history
Cruises on the River Thames can be a dazzling journey through London old and new, taking visitors past palaces, parliamentary buildings, post modern architecture and soaring skyscrapers.
Towering over east London is a late Victorian structure whose splendour remains to the modern day but whose function has been forgotten.