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London

London

London, the capital city of England and the United Kingdom as well, is home to the iconic Big Ben and the London Eye which gives a breathtaking view of the south bank of Thames river and the city. The oldest city of the world, London is Britain’s largest metropolis and country’s transportation, cultural and economic centre.

Manchester

Manchester

It is a major city of England located towards the country’s northwest region, the city is known for its rich industrial heritage, Manchester is the central hub of England’s largest metropolis and amongst the important regional cities of England. The city is compact and crowded at the same time, it is home to the world’s first professional football league which was held in Royal Hotel Manchester.

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

The greenest city of the United Kingdom also known as the “lungs city”, the beautiful city is the capital city of Scotland located in the southeastern region of Scotland. The city is known for its mixed architecture of Old Town and Georgian era buildings in NewTown.

Birmingham

Birmingham

A major contemporary city of England and the second largest city of the United States, Birmingham is a metropolitan city located towards the west of the Midlands region, the city is known for its 18th century’s multiple industrial Revolution era. Birmingham is the principal industrial city of England. It is situated a distance of 110 miles to the northwest of London.

Southampton

Southampton

The largest city of the South Coast, it is the port city located on the south coast of England. Southampto has the renowned Seacity Museum with the model of the famous Titanic. The city is located approximately 70 miles to the south-west of London. Southampton has an exciting history associated with RMS Titanic,as the city was the departure point of D-Day and also port to some of the world's largest cruises.

Glasgow

Glasgow

A port city nested on the River Clyde in the Lowland of western Scotland, the city is famous for its Victorian Nouveau architecture and rich legacy. Glasgow is the cultural hub and has some of the cultural institutions such as Scottish Opera, Scottish Bally and also the National Theatre of Scotland.

Cambridge

Cambridge

Formerly known as Granta bryg (Granta Bridge) the city is located on the bank of River Cam to the eastern region, it is proudly known for its prestigious and top ranked universities, it is home to 31 iconic educational institutions located in the center of the city such as University of Cambridge, Trinity college and many more.

Perth

Perth

Former capital of Scotland, Perth is a vibrant city located in central Scotland at the bank of river Tay. It is also called the fairy city because of The Fair Maid novel bySir Walter Scott’s. The city is home to 47,430 residents.

Stirling

Stirling

Located in central Scotland, Sterling is known as an historic destination and is home to Scotland’s major attraction medieval Stirling Castle and craggy volcanic rock. Stirling has the youngest population of 37,610 people with 20% of the population being aged between 16-29 years of age.

Aberdeen

Aberdeen

The third densely populated city of Scotland, it is a port city located in the northeastern region of Scotland at an intersection of Dee and Don rivers. Aberdeen is known as the Granite city because of the abundance of grey stone. The city is also known for its 480 feets deep man made hold, Rubislaw Quarry which is the biggest man made hole in the continent.

Bengor

Bengor

The smallest cathedral city located in Gwynedd in the northwest region of Wales. Bangor is the oldest city of the country and the population of the city is just 16,358 approximately. Bangor is home to the top ranked university of the United Kingdom i.e. Bangor University.

Cardiff

Cardiff

The capital city of Wales, and is popularly known as County of Cardiff, it is the 11th largest city of the United States. Cardiff is the commercial center of Wales. The distance of Cardiff and Landon is just 131 miles. Apart from the commercial centre the city is the administrative, shopping and cultural hub of the country, and also home to many other national organizations and government departments.

Swansea

Swansea

The capital city of Wales, and is popularly known as County of Cardiff, it is the 11th largest city of the United States. Cardiff is the commercial center of Wales. The distance of Cardiff and Landon is just 131 miles. Apart from the commercial centre the city is the administrative, shopping and cultural hub of the country, and also home to many other national organizations and government departments.

Belfast

Belfast

The capital city of Wales, and is popularly known as County of Cardiff, it is the 11th largest city of the United States. Cardiff is the commercial center of Wales. The distance of Cardiff and Landon is just 131 miles. Apart from the commercial centre the city is the administrative, shopping and cultural hub of the country, and also home to many other national organizations and government departments.

Lisburn

Lisburn

Birth place of Ireland’s linen industry, Lisburn is a city located in Ireland at a distance of 8 miles from the capital city. Lisburn is the third largest city of Ireland with a population of 45,370 people.

Londonderry

Londonderry

Darry officially known as Londonderry, the historical city is located on the River Foyle in Northern Ireland, It is the 5th largest city of Ireland and the second most populous city with a population of 85,016 people.

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