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    Go to Scotland. The country is beautiful and the people are awesome. My favourites are Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Inverness, and Glencoe. On your way north stop in York. almost 5 years ago

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    It would depend on how long you have and your budget and interests. Scotland is lovely but you would probably need to hire a car to see the best bits. I'm going to assume you'll fly into London so I'd probably spend a couple of days there. From there, you could fly to Scotland which is probably the easiest using easyjet. Or you could go south following the coast towards Cornwall visiting the Eden project and dartmoor. Then you could go across to Devon and Somerset (Exmoor)following the coastal route. And there's some fab countryside in Wales too. And then there's the Lake District and also the Peak District. If you post your interests and time allocated to your trip you'll probably get more info. Have a great trip though. almost 5 years ago

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    We're staying about a month, and I'm definitely going to Scotland. I'm really big into English history. I plan on seeing Skara Brae, Stonehenge, the tower, Hever, etc. We're also visiting Ireland. I also like nature, so we'll visit a few national parks. Any recommendations? almost 5 years ago

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    You know, I don't think you have enough time in a month to do everything. Skara Brae is Orkney so I'd suggest you fly to Scotland, either at the end of your trip or the very beginning. As I said, you can book internal flights using a cheap carrier such as easyjet. Ryan air looks cheap but when you factor in the add ons, possibly not. Edinburgh is a must if you're in Scotland. There's Hadrians Wall which is in the north of England and following down, Lake District although that's not really 'off the beaten track'. Liverpool, home of the Beatles, Chester, beautiful town. Snowdonia in Wales, Stratford upon Avon, (Shakespeare), Bath, Stonehenge, Exmoor & Quantocks, steepholme, flatholme, (Somerset), Eden Project, Dartmoor, (Cornwall). Don't know Ireland. There's so much to see! almost 5 years ago

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    And look on this site, lots of questions similar to yours and if you browse through them you'll get some ideas. http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Tourism-g186216-United_Kingdom-Vacations.html almost 5 years ago

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    Visit Oxford, look for the "Real Tennis Court" downtown, go to the "Turf Tavern" enjoy the hunt to find it. Climb to the top of the University Church of St. Mary the Virgin for the best view of a Medieval City in England. Go to The Eagle and Child where Tolkien, CS Lewis and other great writers hung out. It's a great day visit and worth every minute. almost 5 years ago

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