The East of England is typified by its watery landscape: expect winding rivers, mythical wetlands and a maze of lakes. Historically, the region was famed for its lucrative wool trade, and evidence is still apparent in the medieval-feeling villages.
The heart of the UK is scattered with medieval towns and villages that seem almost completely untouched by time. The region seamlessly combines great cities, such as majestic Oxford with rural gems like the Cotswolds and the Peak District.
Mythical landscapes and immersive history compete for your attention in Ireland. There's no wonder it's named the Emerald Isle: a visit to the ever-changing vistas of Donegal or the grave beauty of Connemara will soon reveal why.
Welcome to the epic North of England, home to a multi-layered history, ultra-cool, industrial cities and vast swathes of dramatic scenery. From the medieval city of York to the inspirational beauty of the Lake District, the North never fails to impress.
Few landscapes on earth are as dramatic as Scotland: think eagles cruising through cloud-whipped skies, secluded lochs and atmospheric ruins atop dramatic hillsides. Marvel at Edinburgh's gothic architecture or lose yourself in the wilderness of the Highlands.
Escape to England's South East when you're craving a peaceful break. From Kent - the Garden of England - to Hampshire’s rolling countryside and maritime heritage, long stretches of ruggedly beautiful coastline meet national parks, quiet villages and pockets of wilderness.
The South West is England at its most timeless and idyllic. Expect to find gentle, rolling countryside, laid-back towns and an insatiable appetite for all the good things in life: cider and scones, to name just a couple.
Welcome to Wales, where just a hop across the border from England feels like you've entered a new world entirely. This compact country boasts inspiring hills, formidable castles and moody coastlines of crumbling rock and golden sand.