Pembrokeshire, tucked away in South West Wales, is a remote but beautiful corner of the UK, with spectacular coastlines on three sides.
County Galway offers some of the best of the west of Ireland with rugged Connemara, the mythical Aran Islands and the bright lights of Galway city.
Visit Lancashire for a true taste of olde England and a merry mix of city, town and countryside. Not forgetting the seaside town of Blackpool, famed for its illuminations.
In Ireland’s Ancient East you will find 5,000 years of history, in stunning landscapes, with stories told by the best storytellers in the world. And, of course, great craic…
This region has everything from Culloden Battlefield, the last battle fought on British soil to stunning castles like the world-famous Inverness Castle.
Places to visit in East Sussex range from historic battlefields to hip and alternative seaside resorts. The county’s restaurants offer seafood to die for.
Berkshire’s genteel attractions are a delight for those wanting to visit Windsor & Highclere Castle. The wider county boasts miles of stunning countryside.
Whether it’s a visit to some of the best attractions in England, days out with the children or a taste sensation at an outstanding restaurant, Middlesex has got it all in abundance.
Derry-Londonderry has beautiful scenery and tranquillity, mixed with vibrant cultural and historical attractions, adventure and a strong literary heritage.
Whether it’s a visit some of the best attractions in Wales or a taste sensation at an award-winning restaurant, these two counties have got it all.
This stunning county has rivers and countryside teeming with birdlife and flowers, wildlife parks crawling with big cats and rambling manor houses.
County Donegal has breathtaking scenery, mixed with vibrant cultural and historical attractions, adventure and a strong literary heritage.
Unlock the city’s past and unearth tales of old from times gone by as you explore the ancient city of Coventry and the surrounding rural Warwickshire.
The Yorkshire Dales is a land full of hidden gems – there is nowhere like it. You’ll find spectacular castles, busy market towns and a wide range of wonderful shops. What’s not to like?
Few destinations rival the charm of York. Steeped in history, it offers stunning architecture, world-class attractions, eclectic shops, stylish restaurants and a wealth of accommodation to suit every taste and budget.
Whether it’s a weekend break to see the World Heritage site Stonehenge, days out with the children or a taste sensation at a Michelin-starred restaurant, Wiltshire has got it all.
Whether it’s a weekend break to walk across the moors, days out with the family or an unbelievable meal at a fine dining restaurant, West Yorkshire has got it all. Please enjoy – and come back soon!
Whether it’s a weekend break to visit breath-taking castles or stately homes, days out with the children in the beautiful countryside or a taste sensation at one of the Michelin-starred restaurants, West Sussex has it all.
With its history, superb shopping and year-round entertainment, Aberdeenshire rivals any European city, the choice of restaurants, bars, cafes and hotels just keeps on growing.
Whether it’s a weekend break to visit castles, days out with the kids in the countryside or a taste sensation at a Michelin-starred eatery, Ayrshire and Arran has got it all.
Bath is renowned for its beautiful Georgian architecture and its many centuries of colourful spa culture – you won’t be disappointed.
Welcome to Belfast! It may be small, but Belfast encompasses almost everything a modern European city has to offer. Savour the charm and hospitality.
Birmingham is a dynamic and creative city. With culture, great shopping, restaurants and clubs, it is a destination of limitless opportunity.
Brighton and Hove has long welcomed visitors from home and abroad, attracted by its fresh sea air and exciting coastal attractions.
Bristol has been described as a modern European city with a historic past. You’ll find world-class attractions, great shopping and stunning nightlife.
This county is known for its lovely countryside and historic house, but there’s much more to it than that.
You can’t help but be impressed by the majesty of Cambridge’s famous college buildings and architecture – there are quaint streets, beautiful pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Whether you’re looking for culture, shopping or fantastic pubs, Cardiff has it all. Don’t miss the Vale of Glamorgan, it’s the perfect place for a day out.
Traditional English country life happily exists alongside chic shopping and Michelin-starred restaurants in Cheshire. Look out for it’s unique black and white timbered buildings.
Whether it’s a weekend break to visit castles or days out with the children in the beautiful countryside, there’s always something to do in Conway.
Brace yourself for beach life – beguiling landscapes, gastronomic delights and world-famous cultural hotspots, this is coastal living at its best.
Whether it’s a weekend break to visit the stunning scenery or a taste sensation at one of the region’s splendid eateries, this place has it all.
Whether it’s a weekend break in the heart of England’s green and pleasant land or days out with the kids, this region’s got it all.
If you’re looking for a relaxing holiday with great attractions, beautiful scenery and a stunning coastline, then Dorset is the perfect place for you.
Whether it’s a relaxing weekend break to visit Georgian architectural elegance or a pint of Guinness in vibrant Temple Bar, Dublin has got it all.
During your time in Dumfries and Galloway you’ll find lush green forests and sandy shores which have inspired great men and women.
Dundee, Angus and Perthshire are also well known for their historic towns and cities, superb castles, excellent angling and famous golf courses.
Whether it’s a weekend break in the glorious north east of England, or some of the best countryside in Britain – Durham Tees Valley has got it all.
This is Edinburgh – Scotland’s capital city where centuries of rich history meet a buzzing, modern metropolis. The striking skyline is one of the world’s most beautiful.
Essex is a real county of contrasts offering a rich tapestry of everything that makes Britain great. There are plenty of activities for everyone to enjoy.
This region is the essence of lowland Scotland, featuring fascinating villages, historic sites with an ancient story to tell, rolling hills and barley fields.
Glasgow is certainly one of Europe’s most exciting cities to visit and has everything to make your stay a memorable one.
This county has lots to offer visitors. Admire classic British scenery or visit the lovely clusters of buildings which make up the picture-perfect Cotswolds.
City or rural, with great attractions, stunning coastline, lively markets, and excellent shops, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight really have it all.
Whether it’s a weekend break to visit a medieval manor house or haute cuisine at an elegant restaurant, Herefordshire has something for everyone.
Whether it’s a weekend break to visit stately homes, days out with the kids in the countryside or a taste sensation at one of the region’s splendid eateries, Hertfordshire has it all.
Whether it’s discovering secluded bays, exploring history with the children or a taste sensation at a fabulous restaurant, Jersey and Guernsey have got it covered.
With rolling countryside, spectacular panoramic views and a diverse coastline, Kent is quintessential England, and it’s Just a stone’s throw from London!
Welcome to one of the country’s leading cities, serving up a perfect cocktail of classic, cool and trendy experiences.
This is a county with something for everyone, from family days in the countryside, a shopping spree or some lively nightlife, you’ll find it in Leicestershire.
Lincolnshire has something for everyone, whether it’s long family days on the beach, or a history and heritage weekend.
Liverpool is a magnificent city; a place for art and history lovers, foodies, sports enthusiasts and shopaholics, and not forgetting The Beatles!
London – the most open, dynamic and vibrant city in the world. Steeped in history and heritage, and yet always cutting edge.
Manchester is an energetic city at the heart of a vibrant region. Expect all the style, flair you would expect from a major European destination.
Whether it’s a weekend break to visit the Brecon Beacons National Park, days out or a meal at one of the Michelin-starred eateries, Monmouthshire has it all.
Newcastle-Gateshead is a place like no other! In the last decade, this region has transformed itself into one of Europe’s most exciting places to visit.
The bustling city of Norwich is only 90 minutes from London, yet there’s also tradition, candyfloss and end-of-the-pier entertainment – a nod to a bygone age.
Northamptonshire is known as the county of spires and squires. Visit Elizabethan mansions in romantic deer parks, sleepy canals, and earls’ residences hidden in English farmland.
Northumberland is a magical place filled with unspoilt golden sandy beaches, rolling hills, friendly little market towns and a cultural heritage all of its own.
Whether it’s a weekend break in green and pleasant lands or days out with the kids hearing tales of Robin Hood, Nottinghamshire’s got it all.
Oxford, timeless and modern, is famous the world over for its university and history. For 800 years it has been home to scholars and royalty.
The pride and passion of Borderers is well known. Steeped in history, traditions are kept very much alive with local food and events.
This beautiful region is an oasis of tranquillity and calm, but don’t be fooled – there’s still plenty to do, see and enjoy.
Somerset is the county with everything, a county of contrasts. Get out and explore its beautiful coastline and the quintessential English countryside.
Featuring miles of stunning coastline and endless spectacular countryside, South Devon has been a popular holiday destination for centuries.
Whether it’s a weekend break in the heart of England’s green and pleasant land or brilliant nightlife, South Yorkshire won’t disappoint. Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, you’ll never be short of things to see and do.
With acres of impressive outdoor vistas, miles of countryside and a host of exciting attractions, a trip to Staffordshire is the perfect place for a break.
These areas make up a unique region, combining past and present on a beautiful lowland backdrop of farmland and spectacular rolling hills.
Suffolk is a unique part of England, with a traditional theme running throughout. Take a step back in time to explore its fascinating history.
Surrey offers a great diversity of accommodation, shopping and things to do, as well as wonderful restaurants and the stunning the Surrey Hills.
Written by local travel experts, Kingfisher Visitor Guides offer you an in-depth guide to over 70 different cities and regions within the UK and Ireland. Use the interactive map to the right to discover more about each area.