Regional Guides

Map showing regions within the UK
Regional travel guides for England, Scotland, Wales & other regions. Learn more about the various regions in the UK with our compact guides outlining local regional attractions & places of interest. Northern England includes the famous Lake District National Park, Northumberland National Park along with County Durham and the city of Durham; a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Yorkshire includes the Yorkshire Dales and North York Moors National Park, whilst scenic Cheshire includes a number of historic towns & villages & the Roman city of Chester.

The Midlands includes the areas in the heart of England including the city of Birmingham & the West Midlands, the scenic Peak District National Park & the historic Cotswolds, counties include Staffordshire, Warwickshire & Gloucestershire. East England includes Cambridgeshire & the famous city of Cambridge along with the waterways of the Norfolk Broads & the Suffolk Coast; the region includes a number of smaller towns & villages offering something different to the larger metropolitan centres. Southern England includes the capital London along with the Home Counties including Essex, Sussex, Surrey & Kent. The south coast is a popular destination for visitors with famous seaside resorts including Brighton, Bournemouth & the historic Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site in Dorset & East Devon.

Scotland includes the scenic Borders region known for its range of landscapes, coastline & towns & fishing villages. The Scottish Highlands are among the best known & most recognisable attractions in Scotland with inspiring scenery, mountains, forests, visitors can enjoy the wild wilderness & plenty of adventure. Scotland’s two largest cities are Glasgow next to scenic Ayrshire known for its natural beauty & Edinburgh next to the Lothians renowned for the countryside & beautiful coastline.

Wales includes the largely unspoilt North Wales region known for its popular beaches & wide open spaces making it an ideal place to explore the great outdoors. The Snowdonia National Park is a popular attraction with its great scenery, lakes & woods. Mid Wales has splendid beaches & a great coastline offering a great break away from the crowds. South Wales includes the largest cities in Wales, Cardiff & Swansea along with the Gower Peninsula offering a great coastline; Pembrokeshire includes the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park & a coastline with some of the best beaches in the UK

Other Regions includes the British Crown Dependencies of the Isle of Man & the Channel Islands. The Isle of Man is located off the north west coast of England in the Irish Sea; the island has a number of ancient & modern day attractions for visitors to explore. The Channel Islands are located in the English Channel between England & France, they include Jersey & Guernsey, visitors will find a mix of European cultures. The mild climate, beaches, peace & scenic beauty ensure the Channel Islands are a popular destination for visitors.

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Regional Travel Guides for the Midlands in England. more

Southern England

Regional Travel Guides for the South of England. more

Northern England

Regional Guides for the North of England. more

Other Regions

Travel Guides for the Channel Islands & the Isle of Man more


Regional Travel Guides for Scotland more


Regional Travel Guides for Wales more

East England

Regional Travel Guides for the East of England more
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