If you’ve come in search of the patchwork fields and elegant country gardens you’ve seen on screen in Pride and Prejudice or Downton Abbey, you’ll find them and more. As you travel through villages and towns, listen for the country’s rich tapestry of dialects, you will discover No union of equivalent size is so varied as the United Kingdom. All across the country you’ll find landmarks left behind by the forces of trade, maritime supremacy, the Industrial Revolution, the Empire and finance that have shaped so much of British history, everything from Hadrian’s’ Wall and Stonehenge to Gothic cathedrals, Medieval castles and the skeletons of great abbeys long since passed with elegant Georgian terraces and majestic stately homes in between. for all these ancient glories, visiting the United Kingdom is not just about our splendid past; several of our museums and galleries filled with treasures and collections, are amongst the finest in the world, indeed, one of our most popular museums is the most cutting edge, Tate Modern, whilst the cityscape of downtown Manchester and the revitalized Newcastle waterfront are a credit to our talent for reinvention. You can hike in majestic mountains, in wales or wander pristine beaches in Ireland where your footprints will be the only ones in the sand for days. Or visit Scotland With such a unique and distinctive national dress as the kilt and the tartan, with a national drink as famous as Scotch whisky, with the thrilling music of the bagpipes plus a landscape and folklore that often defies description, Scotland has shaped a unique identity recognisable the world over. Whether it’s a view over dreamlike misty lochs from your spa retreat or a dramatic west coast sunset from a luxury lodge, United Kingdom’s ability to surprise is boundless.