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Monday, March 27, 2023

10 UK Tourist Places You Can Visit Now You Don’t Need a Visa

Since November 9, 2022, a milestone has been marked in the relationship with United KingdomPeruvians no longer need a visa to enter a European country. That’s why we tell you which places you can visit.

The measure considers that Peruvians can travel to the United Kingdom and their territories such as Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland for a period of less than six months.

This provision opens up more opportunities in tourism, trade, cultural exchange. In the past 12 months, 4,000 visas were granted to Peruvians traveling to the United Kingdom; Whereas every year 50,000 British tourists visit Peru. If you are interested in traveling, we provide you with a list of places you can visit in a European country.

Ten Tourist Places In The United Kingdom You Can’t Miss

Learn about the ten important tourist attractions of the European country.

10. Los Cairngorms

The Cairngorms are a mountain range in the Eastern Highlands of Scotland closely related to the mountain of the same name. It is considered the last truly wild place in the UK due to its abundance of wildlife.

The Cairngorm Plateau Is One Of The Highest And Most Inhospitable Places In The Uk (Photo: Getty)
The Cairngorm Plateau is one of the highest and most inhospitable places in the UK (Photo: Getty)

9. Winchester

A place with history. It houses a 13th-century replica of King Arthur’s legendary Round Table and its Great Hall houses artifacts from Winchester Castle (which no longer exists), while nearby Winchester Cathedral is the tallest of its kind in Europe. Stroll the cobblestone streets and along the Ichen River. The town is also full of well-preserved Georgian buildings, such as the original Hotel du Vin, which dates back to 1715.

Winchester Is A Place Brimming With History (Photo: Shutterstock)
Winchester is a place brimming with history (Photo: Shutterstock)

8. Manchester

As well as being a place of rain, Manchester has the lively Northern Quarter, which is great for shopping, whether it’s picking up vintage clothes or picking up the latest album at Piccadilly Records. Places like Bridgewater Hall, Home and Albert Hall make it a must visit place for culture lovers.

Manchester Is An Attractive Place For Tourists (Photo: Afp)
Manchester is an attractive place for tourists (Photo: AFP)

7. Standage Tunnel and the narrow Huddersfield Canal

The Huddersfield Narrows Canal slides into Standage, the deepest, longest and tallest channel tunnel in the UK. It was inaugurated in 1811 and its 5,000 meters were used for the transport of goods and materials. The tourist ride lasts for about two hours. In addition, Marsden has quaint restaurants and pubs in the area like the Riverhead Brewery Tap.

Standage Tunnel And The Narrow Huddersfield Channel (Photo: Afp)
Standage Tunnel and the narrow Huddersfield Channel (Photo: AFP)

6. Stanage Age

Stannage Edge is one of the most popular places to visit in the Peak District of England. It is a sandstone cliff, which is famous as a place for climbing and walking.

Stanage Rim Is Very Popular With People Who Like To Climb And Hike (Photo: Shutterstock)
Stanage Rim is very popular with people who like to climb and hike (Photo: Shutterstock)

5. Las Montanas Rhinogue y Barmouth, Galso

The Rhinogydd is a chain of mountains located east of Harlech in North Wales. Adventure lovers can capture the beautiful views towards the sea and experience the infinite space. Barmouth, meanwhile, is a lovely seaside resort of around 2,500 people in north-west Wales. With a railway bridge and wide grounds, it is a great place for adventure in the nearby hills or at medieval fortresses such as Harlech Castle, built during the invasion of Wales by Edward I.

The Rhinogue And Barmouth Mountains Make For Excellent Views (Photo: .Barmouth-Wales.co.uk/)
The Rhinogue and Barmouth Mountains make for excellent views (Photo: .barmouth-wales.co.uk/)

4. Hadrian’s Wall, Northumberland

Hadrian’s Wall is an ancient defensive fortification in the Roman province of Britannia that was begun in 122 AD during the reign of Emperor Hadrian. The ancient northern border of the Roman Empire and stretched from one side of England to the other along 132 km. The wall goes up and down through the steep hills. It is the largest historical monument in a country and is surrounded by palaces, churches and magnificent ruins.

Hadrian'S Wall Was The Frontier Of The Roman Empire (Photo: Afp)
Hadrian’s Wall was the frontier of the Roman Empire (Photo: AFP)

3. Somerset Level

A dream place in England. The Somerset strata includes “marine soil levels along the coast and” marshlands. The plains surrounded by impassable rivers, ditches and canals offer hazy views of the Mendip Hills to the east and Quantox to the west, while the slightest rise in elevation gives way to ancient settlements such as Glastonbury.

Somerset Level Is One Of The Best Destinations In The Uk (Photo: Getty)
Somerset Level is one of the best destinations in the UK (Photo: Getty)

2. Dungeness

Dungeness is the only place designated as a forest in the UK. It is located on the Kent coast just outside the UK. Its wind-swept beaches and inland nature reserve, along with great skies and sea breezes, make it the perfect place to imagine breathing the freshest afternoon air.

Dungeness Is Outside England (Photo: Shutterstock)
Dungeness is outside England (Photo: Shutterstock)

1. New Forest

new forest (“Bosque Nuevo” in Spanish) is an area in the south of England in the United Kingdom consisting of large expanses of pastures, heath and old-growth forests found in the highly populated region of the south east of England. It is home to the largest concentration of ancient or weathered trees in Western Europe, with approximately 1,000 in the entire national park. There are wild ponies, vast heathlands, rugged beaches and narrow bike paths. It is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of London.

The New Forest Is Home To The Largest Concentration Of Ancient Trees In Western Europe (Photo: Shutterstock)
The New Forest is home to the largest concentration of ancient trees in Western Europe (Photo: Shutterstock)
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