The United Kingdom is the full name of the country, which is a combination of its four constituent states: England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. The United Kingdom is rich in history and tradition, which in turn has given rise to many regional differences in cultures, languages, religions and ethnic groups. Although there are many attractions worth visiting, travelling around the UK offers endless opportunities to explore them.
FAQs for United Kingdom
Can we visit the places where the Harry Potter film was shot? In Scotland : Glenfinnan Viaduct (Lochaber) and Glencoe (Argyll) - In Wales : Freshwater West (Pembrokeshire) - In England : Durham Cathedral (Durham), Alnwick Castle (Northumberland), King’s Cross Station Platform 9¾ (London), Gloucester Cathedral (Gloucester), Bodleian Library and Christ Church College (Oxford)