One Union, four nations. And a super metropolis: London was once the center of a global empire and is today the most diverse city in the world.
From the highlands of Scotland to the urban density of the English Midlands. And from the valleys of Wales to Northern Ireland’s Giant Causeway. The United Kingdom combines green landscapes with the places that define British culture. Besides English, the Celtic languages still remain in different regions.
See the local singularities
Birmingham (England) and Glasgow (Scotland) follow London on the list of the largest cities. But don’t forget the traditional university atmosphere of Oxford and Cambridge. Or the sporting events of Cardiff or the historic Edinburgh Castle. One thing is for sure: there is so much to discover!