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Cycling Tours in The United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Are you looking for an unforgettable bike tour in Europe? United Kingdom (UK), an island country located off the northwest coast of continental Europe. The United Kingdom comprises the whole of the island of Great Britain, which includes England, Wales and Scotland, as well as the northern part of the island of Ireland. The name Great Britain is sometimes used to refer to the United Kingdom as a whole. The capital is London, which is one of the world’s major commercial, financial and cultural centers. Other major cities are Birmingham, Liverpool and Manchester in England, Belfast and Londonderry in Northern Ireland, Edinburgh and Glasgow in Scotland, and Swansea and Cardiff in Wales.

The United Kingdom, steeped in history and adorned with diverse landscapes, offers an unmatched cycling experience. Begin your journey in the rugged heart of Scotland, where the Highlands unveil a tapestry of misty lochs, towering munros, and ancient castles. As you pedal through the winding roads, be enchanted by the haunting call of bagpipes and the stark beauty of the terrain.
Moving southward, the tranquil rolling hills of the Cotswolds await. This quintessentially English region, with its honey-colored stone cottages and meandering rivers, seems to have leapt straight out of a storybook. Cycling here is a gentle journey through time, as you pass medieval churches, lush meadows, and traditional tea rooms serving delectable scones.
In the United Kingdom, every turn of the pedal brings forth a blend of natural beauty, historic intrigue, and the enduring spirit of the isles.

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Due to its long and prestigious history, England’s culture is rich, recognizable, and has been exported to most corners of the world. England has, for centuries, been one of the world’s epicenters for fantastic art, literature, theatre, music, and the birthplace of industry. Calling England the green and pleasant land is an understatement. From the north to the south of the country, you’ll find boasting idyllic rolling hills as far as the eye can see, you’re guaranteed to fall in love with the lush green landscape.

London is one of the world’s most mesmerizing cities. Modern architectural marvels like the Shard line ancient laneways peppered with historic monuments, high-end shops, and award-winning theaters. The picturesque streets wind their way around renowned attractions like Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, and St. Paul’s Cathedral.


Popular with both the English themselves and international visitors from all over the world, the area is well known for gentle hillsides, outstanding countryside with river valleys, water meadows and beech woods, sleepy ancient limestone villages, historic market towns where time has stood still for over 300 years.



Edinburgh has it all – from unforgettable historic sites and world-class festivals to fantastic shopping and mouth-watering dining. With its medieval architecture and narrow streets that make up the Old Town and the elegant Georgian style of the New Town, Edinburgh is a captivating city that will never cease to amaze you. Walk the famous Royal Mile and see the 17th century Palace of Holyroodhouse, the modern parliament building and Arthur’s Seat, the extinct volcano overlooking the city.

The Scotch Whisky Experience

With a history stretching back as far as the 11th century, Scottish whisky is an important part of the Scottish identity. There are six distinct whisky-producing regions and 125 distilleries in Scotland – many of which offer visitors a glimpse at their creative process with tours and tastings!

From Scottish salmon and hand-dived scallops from the Isles, to local organic beef and home-grown veggies, the memorable culinary journeys showcased across Scottish restaurants owe it all to the providence of the produce.


The region is a cultural tapestry, boasting a thriving arts & entertainment scene, lively pubs, and delectable cuisine – all wrapped up in a warm, inclusive environment.
A city full of creativity and unique attractions, including the world-renowned Titanic Belfast, the cutting-edge art galleries of the Cathedral Quarter, the casual eateries that abound in the city and the excitement of St. George’s Market.
Giant’s Causeway
This spectacular rock formation – Northern Ireland’s only UNESCO World Heritage site – is one of Ireland’s most impressive and atmospheric landscape features, a vast expanse of regular, closely packed, hexagonal stone columns looking for all the world like the handiwork of giants.


Cardiff the capital

Often called the « city of castles », it’s known for romantic historic landmarks, modern attractions like the Wales Millennium Centre, and for its proximity to the Vale of Glamorgan and the Glamorgan Heritage Coast.


Wales has some fantastic beaches from little bays like Caswell and Langland on the Gower peninsula to wide-open expanses of sand such as Rest Bay, Porthcawl and South Beach, Tenby. The south and west coasts are really popular with surfers and in the north it is great for kayaking, kitesurfing and other watersports.

There are 4 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Wales

The Slate Landscape of Northwest Wales, Castles and Town Walls of King Edward I, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal and Blaenavon Industrial Landscape, have been awarded this prestigious title, your interest is piqued by medieval strongholds, or marvels of modern engineering.

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