Top Places to Travel to in 2021

Travelby Mashum Mollah06 February 2021

After a rather exhausting 2020, we are all itching for the next opportunity to travel.

Though it may be a while until you get to experience that sought-after feeling of stepping off the plane into a new country, there are plenty of new and exciting places to visit here in the UK.

Whether it’s the sights or sand that you’re after, this guide will help you to plan your next mini escape.

Here are Top Places to Travel to in 2021:

1. Stonehenge


Probably the most famous rock group in England – and we aren’t talking about Queen. The marvels of Stonehenge can be found in Wiltshire and stand at an impressive 13ft high. Even more interesting is that the reason behind the creation of these stones remains a mystery.

As one of the ancient wonders of the world, we recommend a visit to Stonehenge and ticking this iconic landmark off your bucket list.

2. Buckingham Palace

Buckingham Palace

If you consider yourself a royalist, or you’re just a bit of a history buff, why not take a trip to Buckingham Palace?

Located in the country’s capital, this royal residency is easy to reach with great transport links throughout the UK. If you’re traveling from the North, a Doncaster to London train averages at a journey time of 1 hour and 42 minutes, leaving you with ample time on your day trip to explore everything else the city has to offer.

3. West Highlands, Scotland

West Highlands, Scotland

The pipes, the pipes are calling… if you aren’t already swayed by the prospect of battered Mars bars and whiskey by the dram, the scenic Isles of the West Highlands are enough to take your breath away.

If you enjoy traveling by car, why not rack up the miles by taking on the North Coast 500 route – a 500-mile adventure exploring everything from Glens and castles to sandy beaches. Pitch up your tent in the wilderness and soak up the refreshing scenery.

4. Snowdonia


Thrill-seekers and adrenaline junkies – this one is for you!

The Snowdonia mountain range consists of 14 epic peaks, each over 3,000 feet high with the most famous being Mount Snowdon at a whopping 3,546 feet.

If you don’t fancy hiking your way to the top there are plenty of other heart-racing activities to take part in including the world’s fastest zipline, mountain biking at Coed y Brenin, and trampolining inside the Llechwedd slate caverns.

With activities to suit all ages and experience levels, Snowdonia offers the perfect family vacation.

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