The United Kingdom, with its picturesque sceneries and fabled architecture, is one of the most sought-after destinations in Europe. Each country in the UK has a separate identity and distinct appeal, despite being so much alike. From the astounding natural charm to dazzling city landmarks, the United Kingdom has a bevy of things to attract people from around the world. With our collection of UK tourism packages, you can delve into the best of this union. While travelling in England, you will be travelling through time. The capital, London retains its architectural heritage, however, polished with modernity. Today, it is one amongst the fashion capitals of the world. Its history and culture is steeped deep in the foundation of the new-age urban space. On the contrary, mysteriously placed ancient rocks at Stonehenge continue to baffle people and cities like Manchester and Newcastle proudly showcase their cultural heritage. The charm of travelling through England lies in its bunched characteristic - you can hop from one city to another without spending too much time to get there. And even when you are on commute, the nation astonishes you with picturesque countryside vistas. Whether a mesmerising view from the London Eye, the giant biomes of the Eden Project, marvelous rides at Pleasure Beach in Blackpool, a cruise excursion at Lake Windermere or the iconic Brighton Pier, England has abundant reasons for you to stay. A day trip from England, Edinburgh is a European gem perfectly entwined with alluring landscape and historical buildings. The Scottish capital is home to fascinating architecture, stunning coastline and an inspiring countryside. With our UK tourism packages, discover the large cliffs overshadowing exemplary monuments on top of crags. It is where centuries of history meets a happening cosmopolitan city, giving a vibrant feel amidst marvellous natural setting. From the grandeur of the Edinburgh Castle to the Neptune's Staircase at Banavie, Scotland never ceases to amaze you. Neither it is short of scenic beauty - Duddingston Loch, cultivation terraces of Lothians, Sgurr of Eigg, Lunan Bay, Scarista Beach, the Silver Sands of Morar and the Gorgeous Isle of Skye stupefy you. And if that’s not enough, visit Northern Ireland for its landscape straight out of the fantasyland. Gaze at the unparalleled elegance and discover what the Seven Kingdoms look like in reality. Yes, Northern Island is where the famous Game of Thrones series are filmed. Explore the bustling city of Belfast, Marble Arch Caves at Lough Erne, murals at People’s Gallery and the cathedral city of Armagh. Also the Giant's Causeway, lying sixty miles from Belfast, is a natural wonder enlisted as the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Wales is yet another European delight inviting tourists to be captivated by the mighty mountains, lush forests, miles of spectacular coastline and astounding ancient castles. The country is a haven for trekkers with plenty of secluded corners to explore, from mountains and surf-battered cliffs to river valleys and sandy coastline. Castles are an intrinsic part of the European landscape and Wales is one of the very few countries with numerous castles and historic monuments. You will find them practically everywhere, perched atop mountains and in the middle of traffic-snarled cities. Some castles are ruined whereas others still provide shelter to families. In summers, the sun-soaked beaches of this small country are such delight that the charm of tropical beaches fades away. The superb seaside towns, picnic on the sand, wildflower blooms and fossils on the dunes make the holiday even more fun. Don your swimwear and hop through the waves. Be a surfer, photographer, hiker and even a fossil hunter on the shore. Our UK tourism packages are more than just sightseeing. Our packages are carefully crafted to give you enough time to explore the marketplaces like the Oxford Street, Regent Street, Carnby and Seven Dials in London. Take a look at Scotland’s fascinating crafts industry and buy superb hand-made items like jewellery, wood carvings, textiles and paintings at the Shetland Jewellery workshop in Weisdale, Crail Pottery and West Kilbride. Go chocolate-shopping in Belfast and delight in the heavenly taste of products by chocolatiers like Co Couture. Another place of interest for shoppers is Fresh Garbage, the best known independent retailers of Belfast. Here, you will get your hands on a variety of clothes and accessories ranging from ethnic and chic to street and punk, suiting the taste of everyone. And with time on your side, you will get a deeper insight into cultures that are so different yet quite similar in many ways. Mingle with the locals in a country pub, catch a heart-stirring performance in a theatre and feel the beats at music venues and eat at some of the finest restaurants.One of the joys of travel is relishing the indigenous cuisine of each place. The cobbled streets of Belfast house a number of excellent restaurants offering a varied menu. The best dining options in the city are 21 Social, AMPM, Alan's Causeway Café, Archana Indian Restaurant and Avoca Café. A must-try in Scotland is haggis and you can order it at any restaurant. If you are in Dumfries & Galloway, savour the Aberdeen Angus beef or smoked salmon. For a mouthwatering lunch in London, head to the Berwick Street Market and choose from the exhaustive menus of the street vendors. It is a weekday market and for a wider choice of food items, visit between Tuesday and Friday and arrive before 2pm. Apart from that, Dean Street Townhouse, The Ivy, Skylon, Butlers Wharf Chop House and the Rules Restaurant are popular places to eat. Across the region, you will have many options that offer delicious delicacies that tickle your tastebuds.