These six items have to be on your UK Bucket List

An ideal United Kingdom bucket list is hard to formulate and considers the kind of people you are planning your visit with. While our travel itinerary is backpackers and small families of three or four members, you can find more travel destinations online. There are plenty of UK Tour packages online and most certainly you will find these items along with more to explore and cherish your experience when in the UK. 

 Read on to find our top picks.

  1. Experience the Roman Baths

Covered with the natural hot springs, the Roman Bath has more to offer than just underground saunas and plunge pools on display. The excavated areas with elevated walking trails give you a better perspective of the architecture. However, the Romans had a ceiling which prevented the sunlight from penetrating the water. The absence of this ceiling has led to an algae infestation in the springs. 

  1. Trekking on your way to Arthur’s Seat

Arthur’s Seat, an extinct volcano is located in Edinburgh. The volcano last erupted three hundred and fifty years ago and has now been converted into a hiking, walking and climbing trail. The beauty of the path is the fact that it has different scenic views via different routes. We recommend hiking from Holyrood Palace to hike your way to the summit and come back via the walking trail through Salisbury Craig.

  1. Visit the Houses of Parliament

The House of Parliament and the Palace of Westminster are open for public tours. The request can be raised and after the detailed overview of the tour is provided, you can go ahead with it adhering to the dress codes and security practices. You can attend debates, witness the Palace of Westminster in all its glory during a walk and enjoy the afternoon tea in the premises too. 

  1. Board the Hogwarts Express

The Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross can let you board the famous Hogwarts Express and let you into the majestic world of witchcraft and wizardry. Except, it is actually platform four and five in real life. You can take as many pictures as you want. You can shop for the merchandise at the nearby Harry Potter Store and go back to your hotel feeling happy and satisfied.

  1. Visit Tate Modern

Functional since 2000, Tate Modern is a modern art museum in London. Previously a power station, this art museum houses few of the most important artworks in cubism, surrealism and contemporary art created in the twentieth and twenty-first century. Popular artists showcased in the gallery include Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Claude Monet, Mark Rothko and Paul Klee. 

  1. Visit the Isle of Skye

Isle of Skye in Scotland in Scotland is famous for its hiking trails, scenic beauty and fresh seafood. Some of the travel highlights in the Isle of Skye include the Fairy Glen, the Dunvegan Castle, the Fairy Pools, Neist Point, Old Mann of Storr, Quiraing and Talisker Distillery

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