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Exploring the length of the UK to seek out its hidden treasures and keep up to date on new developments, our specialists use their in-depth knowledge to help you get the most out of your trip. Our travel guides dedicated to the British Isles offer tips on how to experience London, Edinburgh or Belfast like a local, uncover the stories behind the most historic castles or cathedrals, and where to find the best walking trails and most traditional pubs. We also suggest ways to see popular sights such as Big Ben or the Giant's Causeway without the crowds, and offer advice on delving deeper into Great Britain’s history or culture and making genuine connections with local people.

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Ideas for how to explore the UK

Our travel guides share our specialists’ passion and knowledge for the UK. We travel here regularly to discover new experiences, explore untried areas and dig deeper into the better-known places and attractions. At the same time, we gather advice and up-to-date information on the best-quality guides, new hotels and restaurants, and the most memorable forms of transportation.

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh for first-time visitors

UK and Ireland specialist Jasmine offers an insider’s guide to the indispensable sights in Edinburgh, including visits to Edinburgh Castle, Arthur’s Seat and the Palace at Holyrood. She also suggests some ways to see a different side of the city.

Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye

Highlights of the Isle of Skye

Defined by dark stone crags, sheer cliffs and rugged glens, the Isle of Skye is an otherworldly destination for hiking, fishing, and whisky tasting. Scotland specialist Emily suggests some things to see and do while visiting the Scottish isle.

Big Ben and Whitehall, London

Historic England: exploring London, Oxford and Bath

Audley UK and Ireland specialist Elizabeth explains why she’s gripped by England’s history — especially its royal history. She recommends her preferred places of interest for a historic tour of England, from palaces and cathedrals to sites in Oxford and Bath.

Portobello, London

How to experience London like a local

Take some time to go a little deeper and discover the London that locals love with Audley specialist Andea. Experience vibrant nightlife, historic parks and unusual vantage points to get a new perspective on this dynamic and complex city.

Afternoon Tea

Food highlights of the UK & Ireland

The cuisine in the UK and Ireland suffers from an unfair reputation. Specialist Jackie talks about her fondest food memories, including a whimsical afternoon tea in London, foraging in the Irish countryside, and a picnic with smoked salmon in Scotland.