Check below to learn UK travel costs in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, and Wales.

Ribblehead Viaduct in England, United Kingdom


With a rich and complicated history, England is fascinating to visit. You can learn about its history in its many exquisite museums or by walking the streets of its old towns, big or small. Admire the architecture of its Medieval cathedrals and royal palaces, or dive deeper into the fairy-tale of the land by discovering its pagan constructions.

The Royal Crescent of Bath, in England, United Kingdom


Bath is an English city with a rich history, and the first hint to realizing that are the beautifully preserved Roman Baths. You can also discover British style by visiting the Fashion Museum and dine in a special setting inside the vaults of the Theatre Royal.

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London in England, United Kingdom


London isn’t too much of a budget-friendly destination. Accommodation, transportation, and dining out are quite steep, but there are many ways to make your stay more affordable. And, on the bright side, there are lots of interesting free museums to visit!

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Oxford in England, United Kingdom


When you hear Oxford, you immediately think of the prestigious 12-century British university. As with any visit to a university city, expect a rich cultural life and enjoy the animated nightlife together with the students!

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York Minster in England, United Kingdom
York Minster in England, United Kingdom


Founded by the ancient Romans, York is a city with wonderful architecture. When you visit York, you should explore the City walls walkway and York Minster. The latter is a large 13th-century Gothic Cathedral, with beautiful stained glass windows.

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Scottish cow, in Scotland UK, Western Europe


Scotland is the most northern country of the United Kingdom. Explore its wilderness to discover the lochs surrounded by the famous Highlands or go on a road trip on the famous North Coast 500. You should also learn about Scotland’s history and Scottish culture in its old and beautiful cities.

Aberdeen, Scotland


Aberdeen is a port city is located where the Dee and Don rivers flow into the North Sea. Home of sailors who dock their boats right in the city center, Aberdeen is split into two parts which happily coexist: old Aberdeen and Footdee.

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Edinburgh skyline in Scotland, UK


Scotland’s capital city, Edinburgh is interesting to visit for its medieval Old Town, but also for its New Town with neoclassical buildings. It’s also a good place to learn about Scottish history through a visit to Edinburgh’s Castle and/or to Arthur’s Seat.

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Glasgow in Scotland, UK


Another Scottish port city, Glasgow grew from its shipbuilding and trading activities. Nowadays, Glasgow is a world-famous cultural center. The city is also renowned for its architecture from the Victorian period.

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Inverness in Scotland, UK


Located where the River Ness flows into the Moray Firth of the Nord Sea, Inverness is well worth a visit. It boasts a beautiful Old Town, with well-preserved buildings from the 18th and 19th centuries, and an indoor Victorian Market.

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Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

Northern Ireland

Northern Ireland is well-known for its Norman castles, Celtic monuments, and its beautiful landscapes. Two of the best British destinations in Northern Ireland are Belfast (capital) and Derry (or Londonderry). Look below to discover Northern Ireland travel costs in these popular cities.

Botanical Gardens of Belfast, in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom


Belfast is Northern Ireland’s capital and largest city. This port town played a big role in the Industrial Revolution, earning the title of Linenopolis. It’s also the birthplace of the Titanic, keeping the memory its alive through the Titanic Belfast museum and the renovated dockyards surrounding it.

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blue flowers in Derry Londonderry, in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom


Derry (or Londonderry) is Northern Ireland’s second largest city. It is the only completely intact walled city in Ireland and one of the best preserved in all of Europe. The city’s fortifications were never broken, resisting even through a 105-day siege in 1689 and earning the title of The Maiden City.

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