If you’re planning on creating a bucket list of places to visit in the UK, you just can’t miss these. They are all unique in their own way, so sit back and find out why you should pay them a visit:
Plymouth has everything you could possibly want. Quaint little streets, big shopping centres, and an amazing nightlife. After your heavy night out, head over to Goodbody’s – a 24 hour breakfast place serving up all kinds of deliciousness.
Liverpool is a city of culture and history. While there’s shopping to do like the others, there’s also a lot of learning. Why not go on the Magical Mystery Tour bus and learn all about The Beatles? Even if you aren’t interested yet, you will be! You can also find plenty of lovely places to eat. Don’t forget to visit the Albert Dock!
There are always loads of events in Bristol, so you couldn’t possibly show up with nothing to do. There’s things for the kids, like Bristol Zoo. Then you’ve got the museums, castles, and churches too. After dark, I hear it’s a great night out!
Manchester has the Trafford Centre, which is an architectural amazement as well as a great place to shop. It’s definitely one of the best places to shop in all of the UK. There are museums and galleries if you fancy exploring and learning. Also, if you’re a football fan, you can visit Old Trafford and learn all about (arguably) the best team in Manchester, Manchester United.
You can’t have a bucket list of UK cities without the capital. London is a mix of everything. Every time you visit could be totally different, but you’re sure to have a fab time. Visit the famous monuments, like Buckingham palace and the Shard. Go shopping in Harrods and on Oxford Street. Have fun at Madame Tussauds and the Theatre. Eat some posh nosh at Covent Garden. Experience the quirky side of London over Camden way. Your options are endless.
Birmingham isn’t the prettiest of cities, but it’s quirky to say the least. Aside from the famous Bullring shopping centre, there’s also nearby Digbeth. If you’re a fan of all things vintage and antique, Digbeth is a must visit. You may also like to take some pictures with the graffiti artwork.
Newcastle has always been popular, but now it’s even more so thanks to ‘Geordie Shore’. Not only is the nightlife there meant to be amazing, you can visit all kinds of museums and cathedrals. Learning the history of Newcastle is a real pleasure, but if that isn’t your thing, go shopping instead!
Did you know that the president of the United States, Barack Obama loves Cardiff? He stayed there recently for a conference and couldn’t praise it enough. If it’s good enough for him, it’s good enough for us!
Once you’ve visited these cities, you can move on to the rest of Europe to continue your bucket list. Have fun!