UK and London
The United Kingdom, made up of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, is an island nation in northwestern Europe. From the peaks of Mount Snowdon in Wales to the glistening shores of the Isle of Scilly in the west country, Shakespeare to The Beatles, and Monarchs of past and present, the United Kingdom is a place of extraordinary history, of global artistic influences and rich diversity.
What astonishes most people about Britain is that there’s so much history that can be taken for granted. It is one of the most culturally varied places on the globe with stunning landscape, habitats and astonishing architecture to discover. Event when it’s raining (another thing associated to the UK), Britain’s coastline is amazing, windswept with that fresh salt air; and each city is unique, with places of interest dotted all over the four countries. In any season you will be hard pushed to find somewhere more beautiful than the UK.
Whether you’re discovering the Lake District, visiting Dickensian London, or trekking in the Scottish highlands, Britain gives away what most places can not: a believable connection to history ready to be discovered. One of the most incredible things about hosting a party in a UK destination is the access to the most remarkable venues and unique locations famed for their heritage. Not only does Britain have some of the most stunning palaces in the world, but you can find churches that are thousands of years old, world-renowned art galleries and Roman baths in the same city. There is so much to discover in the UK with cultural nuances, dialects and traditional foods from place to place. The choice of UK wedding venues with accommodation is vast, making this island one of top party destinations in Europe.
For those dreaming of the quintessentially British wedding or even those whom’s inspiration for their own wedding has come from past Scottish weddings in castles, you will find the United Kingdom a haven of wedding opportunities. Known for original creativity, design which is celebrated across the world, and professionalism and customs associated with British culture, the United Kingdom has so much to offer.
From the rolling hills of the Cotswolds to the white cliffs of Dover, from Sussex to Cumbria, Cork to Cardiff, discovering the United Kingdom will be an enriching experience with something to offer all types of travel-hungry voyagers. The lakes are simply stunning, and cobbled streets are a delight to behold. Re-live the Canterbury Tales or take a trip to Sherwood Forrest – there really is something to suit anyone.