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United Kingdom at a Glance

Fly to any destination in the UK with a private charter flight to the United Kingdom. The island of Great Britain is filled from end to end with rich history and culture, and breathtaking scenery. The UK is one of Europe’s top destinations for international travel. The influence of English culture is spread across the globe, and as a result, travelers from every corner of the world make a trip to the UK every year. With so many diverse regions in the country, there is no better destination for a private charter flight.

The United Kingdom ranks as the 10th most visited country according to the World Tourism rankings, receiving nearly 40 million visitors annually. London, however, consistently ranks as one of the top five most visited cities in the world among international travelers.

With London as the city’s top destination, travelers are drawn in by the city’s history and prestige, as well as its industry. London is one of Europe’s major hubs for financial and banking operations. Beyond London, the UK attracts visitors for its history, diversity of culture, and natural scenery.

The most popular time to travel to the UK is April through September when the weather is at its peak.

Where is United Kingdom?

When visiting the UK, it is important to understand proper place names to avoid social embarrassment. The names “United Kingdom”, “England” and “Great Britain” are not interchangeable. The United Kingdom itself comprises four individual countries: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. The island of Great Britain consists of England, Scotland and Wales. Northern Ireland is located in the northeast region of the island of Ireland across the Irish Sea.

In all, the UK has a population just north of 66 million, with England being the most populous region in the country.

Heathrow Airport (LHR) in London is the largest airport in the UK. The largest airports in the other nations of the UK are Edinburgh Airport in Scotland, Cardiff International Airport in Wales, and Belfast International Airport in Northern Ireland.

Popular Attractions and Activities

Most visitors to the UK are drawn in by its rich history. Buckingham Palace in London has served as the primary residence of the British royal family since 1703 and is one of the world’s top tourist destinations. Those with a greater interest in exploring the manors and mansions of England often enjoy touring the many stately homes found throughout the English countryside.

Of course, British history is filled with many more prominent figures beyond its royal families. William Shakespeare’s small hometown of Stratford-upon-Avon has become a necessary pilgrimage for many UK travelers. The same is true for the northern city of Liverpool, most famous for being the birthplace of The Beatles.

Urban legends also have a powerful hold over travelers to the UK. Except for King Arthur, no “legendary” figure in the British Isles is more famous than the Loch Ness Monster. The legend of Nessie continues to draw thousands of visitors to scenic Loch Ness in Scotland every year.

Of course, Great Britain has more to offer than just its history. Natural beauty can be found throughout the British Isles. Some of the finest regions to visit in the UK include the Lake District National Park, Snowdonia National Park in Wales, and the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland.

Things to See in United Kingdom

Adams Park

Theatre Royal Drury Lane

Nazeing Golf Club

Harlow A1169

Since 9/11

Underhill Stadium

Wanstead Golf Club


Canvey Island Heritage Centre & Museum

Thorndon Park Golf Club

Legoland Windsor

Aquatics Centre

Hoebridge Golf Centre

Lord'S Cricket Ground

Churchill War Rooms

Farnborough Air Sciences Trust Museum

Royal Blackheath Golf Club

Windlemere Golf Course

Cobtree Manor 01622 753276

National Maritime Museum

Griffin Park

Craven Cottage

Wimbledon Windmill Museum

Strawberry Hill House

Merrist Wood

Maylands Golf Club

Banstead Downs Golf Club

Keston Common (Sssi)

Twickenham Stoop Stadium

Tate Britain

Apollo Victoria Theatre

Abbey View Golf Course

Brands Hatch

Reigate Hill Golf Club

The Other Palace

Stamford Bridge, Chelsea Football Club

Hayward Gallery

Newark Priory Ruin

Goal Farm Golf Course

Mucking Flat Lighthouse (Historical)

Her Majesty'S Theatre

Chingford Golf Course

The Valley

Cranham Golf Course

Museum Of London

Bush Hill Park Golf Club

Sherlock Holmes Museum

Gilbert Collection

Olympic Bmx Track

R. Twining & Company Limited

Chislehurst Golf Club

British School Museum

Hatfield Business Park

Victoria & Albert Museum


Shoreham Aircraft Museum

Sandown Park Racecourse

Hainault Golf Club

Monument To The Great Fire Of London

Marble Hill House

Boleyn Ground

Christ Church Greyfriars

Shepherd'S Bush Empire

Courtauld Institute Of Art

West Essex Golf Club

Ripley'S Believe It Or Not!

Royal Mid Surrey Golf Course

Arsenal Stadium

Box Hill Hiking Area

National Portrait Gallery

Bishops Stortford Golf Club

Chimes Shopping Centre

Petticoat Lane Market

War Memorial

Bexleyheath Golf Course

Wimbledon Common Scottish Golf Club

The Grove

Basketball Arena

British Museum

Trent Park Golf Club

Royal Air Force Museum

Camden Lock Market

National Theatre

Vicarage Road

Park View Road

Memorial To Heroic Self Sacrifice

The Oval

Kempton Park Racecourse

London Velopark

Globe Theatre

China Town

British Film Institute (Bfi)

Isleworth Ait

Leighton House

National Gallery

General James Wolfe Statue

Victoria Road

Brisbane Road

Barnet Barnet Lane