Did you know that the route of the Hogwarts Express passes through the Scottish Highlands?
The trip to Staffa amazes with wildlife encounters, puffin colonies, and the geometric shapes of Fingal's Cave
To become a "completer" you have to bag not less than 284 Munros
The brave and curious will enjoy exploring the nearly inaccessible craggy coastlines of western and eastern Scotland
Though today there is no need to protect the Scottish borders, the Scots still celebrate their centuries-old traditions and history
Purple heather blooms ornate open Scottish fields and heathlands, wetlands, and forests
Musselburgh Racecourse provides year round great racing action with 27 racedays
The waterway to the Old Forge Pub overlooks Europe's Last Wilderness, and the very pub pleases with strong ale, langoustines, and live music
True hikers will not respect themselves having visited Scotland without ascending its highest summit
The picturesque Small Isles area is perfect for a sailing holiday on a traditional wooden yacht
The search for the tastiest langoustines, crabs and lobsters will take you to the most beautiful scenery of Scotland
These "sea parrots" really make your day and put a smile on your face!
Hedgehogs are now on the endangered species list in Wales
The Grand Prix at Silverstone is one of the oldest in the history of Formula 1
The oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament, one of four Grand Slam tournaments
Idyllic landscapes with ancient villages preserve the memory of the old times
Recognized as a classic, the Coast to Coast route continues to delight trekkers
At some moments it might be unclear whether you flow or fly—either way a good dose of adrenaline is guaranteed
There is a tradition of priming the turf after the first two chukkers: spectators leave their seats and stroll around the field....
Sunny mornings in England can easily turn into afternoon rains, but if you don't mind the weather local beaches can surprise with their beauty
Crab apple jelley with peanut butter makes for a delicious sweet-sour sandwich
Every princess would have enjoyed a swim on an appealing pink beach overlooked by a castle
Golf courses of Scotland will impress you with breathtaking scenery—especially the course on the River Clyde encased by the Ayrshire hills
Sheep's insides are sewn into its stomach, boiled, and served with "tatties and neeps" and a glass of Scotch Whisley for Burns Supper
Explore Wales with outdoor pursuits from June to October—the ideal period for hiking
Ride a Victorian tramcar to feel the atmosphere of old Llandudno
Summer in Cardigan Bay is marked with playful spectacles performed by dolphins
Check out this typical Welsh scene and try some trekking among Wale's famous fluffy residents in the Brecon Beacons
The steep Scottish canyons, seemingly inaccessible at the first sight are actually explored by thousands of adventurous enthusiasts
Explore the Brecon Beacons horseback—the experience you've never been riding before!
"Row, row, row the board, gently down the stream"–yes, the board, no misspelling here. This sport combines surfing with kayaking
Previous experience is not required, but you must be brave to survive the "Zag Zag," the "Sharks Tooth," and the drop over the Falls of Tummel
Scottish lamb is the sweetest and the leanest in the world owing to the excellent Highland pastures
Scotland's glistening lakes are there not just for visual delight—try out some skiing or wakeboarding!
Fields of flowering lavender decorate the landscapes of Cotswold with enchanting shades from smoky-lilac to blue-purple
Explore the underworld of Brecon Beacons' caves, one of the most significant natural attractions of the UK!
Even if you do not fancy visiting museums, you will definitely enjoy a sail on the Vic 32 proclaimed a "smokey living museum"
If you are not afraid of the cold, try Welsh beaches which attract lots of holidaymakers from year to year
This exhilarating experience, both good for confidence and the spirit, is one of the best ways to make your coastal adventure in Wales unforgettable
A memorable representation of dance, military pageantry and music as part of the Edinburgh Festival
Hogmanay is a unique way to celebrate the New Year with torchlights, bonfires, fireworks and loads of music and whiskey
Follow the Burry Man throughout the streets of Queensferry as he drinks whisky and spreads good luck
To mark the end of the Yule season, thousands of Vikings traditionally burn the galley with thousands of torches
The Gathering is famous for its hospitality, friendship, multitude of events and the presence of the Royal Family, and it's only a 2-hour drive from Edinburgh
Even rows of marching soldiers called "Trooping the Colors," royal flyovers, and salutes celebrate the Birthday of Her Majesty
Still waiting for your invitation letter to Hogwarts? Luckily, today muggles can freely roam the school for wizards!
When charged up Uppies and Doonies fight for the leather trophy ball, the townspeople protect their dwellings with wooden barricades
This Pagan feast may be erased from Gregorian calendar, but not from people's minds
Emerald-coloured pools possess magic powers that make you dive into the water, no matter how chilly it is
Celebrate the arrival of summer with music, bonfires and uninhibited behaviour
A unique blend of thousands of known and less-known artists performing a wide variety of shows in smaller venues around the city
Water is not absolutely necessary to sail—when your boat has wheels and a sail you can easily glide on land
A guard in an iconic scarlet tunic and bearskin hat must be always on alert to protect the Queen, so the changing of the guard is a vital tradition
Discover the freshest meats and vegetables locally produced and indulge your sweet tooth with the best seasonal fruits
Scottish castles nested atop extinct volcanoes or on the loch islands and cliff edges are beautifully surrounded by fall colours
It is a great Scotch fun to intoxicate oneself to traditional Celtic singing, dancing, and storytelling
The world's largest grey seal population and their cute pups inhabit the shores of the Scottish Orkney Islands
Though Scots Pine is definitely the king of the Highlands, in autumn it lets other trees outshine it with beautiful colours
Cheeky red squirrels play in the white snow and among the green pines of Devilla Forest
Words seem needless at the site of this blue beauty
The loud clash of red deer signals that rutting season is on–time to watch the stags' fight
Spectacular cars from the end of the 19th century preserve the spirit of good old England
The most spectacular and dangerous motorsport event in the world
See these amazing birds on the northeast coast of England!
Some of the most popular music festivals in the UK with great names of pop and rock
One of the biggest hot air balloon events in Europe
The Festival is a showcase of world's best music, dance, theatre, and opera in Edinburgh every August
Racing is always competitive and spectacular. And how about lawn mower racing?
Age traditions remain alive though a bit different from the past
A knightly tournament with real ale, live music, and theatre performances in a medieval village with street artists and travelling minstrels
It is the perfect event if you have the urge plunging in icy waters while facing horrific weather conditions
The legendary rock festival in England which discovered some great names in the past
Winter is not a reason to hide your mountain bike in England
Take a break in one of Europe's largest castles to enjoy the old traditions of Wales
Check out this traditional charity swimming in the icy waters at Saundersfoot on the first day of the New Year
Watch elite dogs compete with grace in this traditional race
Spiderman, a cavewoman, Batman, mermaids, and others superheroes race in this peat bog
Spectacular narrow boats invite you to sail down the banks of the Avon
The elusive Aurora reveals itself only to the most patient
The finest pieces of art, exquisite furniture, and the overall magnificence of the palace evoke great awe
This fun event involves almost everybody in the town and attracts thousands of visitors
Multiple fun events combined with stalls full of local products are the main attractions at Stirling Highland Games
A regular sunset shows performed by migrating starlings in Gretna shows that the birds are really into that small town in the south of Scotland
A football match cannot do without a piece of warm nourishing mutton pie and a glass of hot beef-flavoured Bovril
Try a fabulous Christmas at Powis Castle: Carols, Father Christmas in his grotto, and an illuminated garden
Discover "tasty" Apple Day in England, although you will be offered much more than just apples
Walk along the shoreline of Glan y Môr Elias Local Nature Reserve for a real bird spectacle
The season starts with grouse, snipe, and ptarmigan then proceeds with other wildfowl and finishes with deer
Paying tribute of love to the King of Rock'n'Roll, for several years they clothe Elvis Presley' suits and wigs, imitate an immortal voice and motions, despite the age and sex
Witness this popular agricultural event in Llanelwedd that attracts lots of visitors from all over the world
Witness one of the most impressive games of rugby heroes and losers during the Six Nations Championship
Large steaming braziers, from which a fragrant smoke spreads, is a typical sight for the Englishmen in the fall
Asparagus has acquired the glory of an aristocratic product
It is not true that the treacherous Scottish waves leave no opportunities for inexperienced surfers—there are options for everyone
Attend an exciting match of rugby at the most prestigious stadium on the planet in Cardiff!
Explore the winter magic of the snow-capped peaks of Snowdonia or Brecon Beacons and walk historical trails along the Wales Coast Path
Once the very Roman emperor deemed Scottish oysters as the best shellfish in the world
The "golden head" is full of delicious seeds and vitamins
Festive Christmas atmosphere full of Welsh traditions and charms
The largest and oldest celebration of Welsh culture in the world
Check out the best live sounds of Welsh summer
Join the farmers and find out just how busy lambing season can be
Delicate snowdrops rising up from the snow are able to console and inspire even the saddest souls
Don't miss the blooming of this natural treasure of Wales in spring—countryside fields, woodlands, and gardens are covered with blue flower carpet!
These tri-coloured birds are numerous in Scotland—they bark as if they were dogs and are believed to have originated from mollusks in Scottish folklore
Amazing vintage autos can be found in Abergavenny’s Bailey Park
Enjoy freshly shelled English peas!