Visiting the English countryside or heading out for a drink to one of the locals pubs in England is definitely a thrill. It offers a huge variety of cuisine as a result of its ethnically diverse population.
London, one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world is home to Europe’s busiest shopping area in Oxford Street, a long stretch for easy shopping. For high end shopping Bond Street and Knightsbridge area is the place, with Harrods department store to the southwest. Browse for antiques, arts, crafts or porcelain in Portobello Road in the East End or for a varied taste, visit Camden Market.
The London Eye offers visitors a spectacular view of London's most famous landmarks. London’s diversity is reflected in the global cuisine available in all parts of the city, Chinese food of Chinatown while Soho offers a huge variety of restaurants. If you find yourself in Notting Hill area, visit the “Tea Palace” which offers the largest selection of teas. Go wild at the “Rainforest Cafe” with tropical cuisine that reflects the restaurant's exotic setting. London has a fantastic variety of clubs and pubs from funky beats to thumping drum n bass. Head out to “The End” one of London’s favorite nightlife venue.
Manchester has an endless choice, from its classical masterpieces to cutting-edge modern works, with Greater Manchester’s museums and galleries that offer a world-class array of delights to the world’s most famous football club. Fancy a drink? Then head down to cathedral-sized bars, lounges and pubs. Visit the “City Pub” in Oldham Manchester or to the “Marble Arch”,a well stocked bar, with its ornate interiors and decorative tiles. For an exciting dining experience visit Groucho’s, Manchester’s well known bar. Manchester’s nights out go on and on. Its world famous nightlife attracts visitors from all over the UK and overseas.
Glasgow, the liveliest city in Scotland boasts of world famous art collections, Art and culture play an important role, a place where galleries and museums are in abundance, one can visit the “Gallery of Modern Art” or the “Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum”. Glasgow has a variety of theatres from the “Kings Theatre”, “Theatre Royal” and the “Citizens Theatre”. Head down to the West End which is the bohemian district of cafés, bars clubs and restaurants. Glasgow hosts a number of exhibitions and events all across the city varying from a wide range of cultural activities. Visiting local clubs and bars brings out the vibrant and exciting nightlife in Glasgow which is set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian architecture.
Edinburgh, with its stunning Georgian and Victorian architecture, and winding medieval streets, is a great visit. Edinburgh Castle, perched high up possesses a wide range of restaurants, step into the "Oloroso" restaurant, perched at the top of a city centre building, where the view from the terrace is straight to the Castle or stop by at "L’Alba d’Oro", the best place for fish and chips. Edinburgh offers an excellent social scene, with hundreds of bars, clubs and cinemas, throughout the city.