Places To Visit

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 Places to visit in the UK

There are many exciting places to visit from Torquay, from modern attractions to historical sites of interest. Whatever you enjoy doing, here are some of the best places to visit from Torquay when you travel in luxury with Airport Seaport Connections.

Lands End, Cornwall

Marking Britain’s most southerly point, Lands End is not only a stunning natural attraction with its coastal heritage trail, but also boasts exciting things to do for all the family including a 4D cinema and the interactive Arthur’s Quest.

Eden Project, Cornwall

Home of the largest rainforest in capivity, The Eden Project offers stunning flowers, beautiful contemporary gardens and fascinating exhibitions all year round.

Blackpool Pleasure Beach

An exhilarating day out for all the family, there are rides for both old and young at this thrilling theme park by the sea. From ghost trains to rollercoasters, fun and thrills are guaranteed.

Thorpe Park

One of the UK’s oldest theme parks, Thorpe Park is a fantastic destination with attractions for all the family. Whether you are looking for white knuckle rides or fun for the little ones, there is something for everyone here.

Tower Of London

The ancient stronghold of kings and queens, the Tower of London offers a fascinating insight into the history of Britain. Told by the Beefeaters, the grisly stories of days gone by will enthrall the whole family.

London Eye

An iconic symbol of London, this giant Ferris wheel offers visitors amazing panoramic views over the whole city.

The Lake District

An area of outstanding natural beauty, the Lake District has it all. Stunning scenery, watersports and fun family attractions like the Lakeland Motor Museum and The World of Beatrix Potter.

Stonehenge

An ancient wonder, this prehistoric monument is among the UK’s most famous and most visited attractions. Visit Stongehenge together with its world class visitor centre in the heart of Wiltshire.

Cheddar Gorge

The spectacular plunging gorge is only part of the attraction as the impressive caves complex here are the main draw for visitors. Explore the ancient caverns and discover the history of Cheddar cheese in this amazing location.

Edinburgh Castle

Dominating the Edinburgh skyline, this ancient stronghold of the north is an amazing place to discover more about the history of Scotland. Housing multiple attractions within its fortress walls, Edinburgh Castle is a full day out.

Alton Towers

One of the UK’s most famous theme parks, Alton Towers is the ideal destination for rollercoaster lovers everywhere. As well as high adrenaline attractions, there is also a water park to add to the thrills.

Chester Zoo

Get up close to the animal residents at this amazing zoo which offers fun for all ages. Explore all 125 acres at this enormous animal park and come face to face with reptiles, birds and beasts.

Hadrian’s Wall

Perhaps the UK’s most famous Roman attraction, Hadrian’s Wall was built in 122 AD and is still standing today. Visit its many ruined forts and visitor centres to find out more about life on the furthest frontiers of Roman Britain.

The Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales National Park is outstandingly beautiful with its moorland landscapes and pretty stone-built villages. Walkers will love the Three Peaks Challenge, while families will enjoy the many museums, historic buildings and farm parks in the area.

Snowdonia

The spectacular mountains and glaciers of the Snowdonia National Park makes this a must-visit area of Wales. Adventure seekers will delight in the wealth of activities from whitewater rafting to mountain climbing, while those who prefer more leisurely pursuits will enjoy taking boat rides and the miniature railway where they can enjoy the scenery from a different perspective.

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