My UK Travel Bucket List

There’s a possibility that you have a bucket list of places that you would like to travel to, but how many of them are in the country you live in?

The more I think about the foreign countries I would like to travel to, I can’t help but feel that I just haven’t seen enough of the UK.

I have therefore put together my UK travel bucket list of places that I would like to visit.

So here are my reasons for wanting to visit each place, some fab inspirational photographs and great blog posts by brilliant bloggers.

 

 

Edinburgh

Edinburgh

With wide open green spaces, beautiful museums, a variety of bars and pubs, and a world famous castle. Why would you not want to visit Edinburgh?

How to Spend 24 Hours for Free in Edinburgh with Hand Luggage Only

 

Belfast

Belfast

If I’m honest, I don’t know very much about Belfast, which is probably a brilliant reason to go there.

A City Guide to Belfast, Northern Ireland with Where’s Mollie

 

Snowdon

Snowdon

A beautiful, remote landscape that is just dying to be explored.

What to Wear and Tips For Walking Up Snowdon with The Travel Hack

 

Lake District

Lake District

With a multitude of lakes, meres and waters, it’s a vast area that I would love to discover.

Best Places to Visit in the Lake District with Pommie Travels

 

Bath

Bath

After visiting the same area multiple times for school trips, I’m desperate to explore the rest of this beautiful city.

A Weekend in Bath with On the Luce

 

St. Ives

St. Ives

Basically because I want to eat ALL of the seafood.

Weekend Break in St. Ives with A Lady in London

 

Cambridge

Cambridge

I’m from Oxford and have only ever visited Cambridge for a day many years ago. Many people think that Oxford and Cambridge are close to each other, but they are actually many miles apart with no easy route between the two.

Punting in Cambridge with The Well-Travelled Postcard

 

Shetland Islands

Shetland

The Shetland archipelago consists of 300 islands, I can’t imagine ever being able to visit them all, but to explore just a few would be an amazing experience.

Shetland: The Strangest Place I’ve Ever Been with Adventurous Kate

 

Pembrokeshire

Pembrokeshire

Another area of Wales that I would to visit, if only for it’s variety of beautiful beaches.

10 Things to do in Pembrokeshire with Girl vs Globe

 

 

So that is my UK travel bucket list.
What is on yours?
Let me know in the comments.

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2 Comments

  1. 24th June 2017 / 5:30 pm

    Well, I’ve done 4½, off your bucket list, but you have been far more adventurous in your travels than I was at your age.

    I’ve ticked off the Lake District, Snowdonia/North Wales (and Snowdon 3 times, but you’ll have bagged that soon) . Add Pembrokeshire (go to the north around Fishguard and St David’s, it’s got a beautiful coastline!) we’ve had a day in Oxford and Cambridge and half a day in Bath.

    On my UK bucket list is the Hebridean islands, Bath, Shetland and the Orkney Islands.

    Already ticked off is the Jurassic Coast/Portland, The Yorkshire and Derbyshire Dales, Cornwall, Whitby, North Norfolk, London (but there is always more to discover there.) Dover too.
    We are also beginning to explore our lovely county much more too. Lots of little gems are appearing, but sometimes that is due to your ages and interests changing as you get older.

    • 25th June 2017 / 11:15 pm

      I should really visit more of Yorkshire seeing as that is where my Dad is from originally but have only ever been to Doncaster, York and Harrogate and although lovely there is much more to see, especially the Dales.
      Despite lots of holidays on the South Coast as a child we never went as far as Cornwall which I would also love to see.
      I never went anywhere in my 20s so now I’m in my 30s I definitely feel like I want to make up for it but I’m not one for adrenaline-fuelled trips or rushing around, I much prefer a slower, more relaxed trip and the UK is great for that, especially at the weekend.

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