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Tourist spots in the UK for weekend

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UK consists of 4 individual nations: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. It has long been one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations. Students can visit a number of places in the UK during their weekend breaks. UK is a cultural and historical destination. You can catch a concert in the streets of London or simply take a train to visit the university towns like Oxford to witness its history and tradition. There are literally hundreds of places to visit in United Kingdom, however a few of them stand out.

Students have two days weekend in UK which is Saturday and Sunday. Colleges and universities remain closed during the weekend and students can utilize most of their time doing outdoor activities or go on a trip to another city or country.

This article gives you a list of places that you can visit during the weekend. Before going on a trip, make sure to plan ahead so that it goes smooth and you can utilize your time effectively.

  • Experience London

Millennium Wheel or London Eye
Tower Bridge
The British Museum
National History Museum
Westminster Abbey
Buckingham Palace
Royal Botanic Garden
Hyde Park

  • Explore Wales

Snowdonia National Park
Brecon Beacons National Park
Cardiff Castle
National Museum Cardiff
Cardiff Bay

  • Visit Scotland

Edinburgh Castle
Loch Ness and Scottish Highlands
Isle of Skye

  • Visit Northern Ireland

Titanic Belfast
Giant’s Causeway

  • University of Oxford
  • The Historic Port of Bristol
  • Isle of Wight
  • Whitesands Bay in Pembrokeshire
  • Lake District in Cumbria
  • Stonehenge
  • Windsor Castle
  • The Roman Baths in Bath
  • York: England’s Walled City
  • University of Cambridge
  • Cornwall

There’s more places that you can visit in the UK and list can go on and on. The best places to visit in the UK include everything from beautifully preserved country estates and picturesque castles to its many big city art galleries and museums. Going to these places with your classmates, friends or in groups can be more exciting and fun rather than going by yourself.