Westminster Abbey - located next to the Houses of Parliament in the Westminster neighborhood of London - is a must-see for any London visitor.
Opened in July 2002, this unusually shaped building stands on the south bank of the River Thames near Tower Bridge.
Crossing the Thames in London, this is a pedestrian street only, linking Bankside with the city.
It's considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world, because of its elegant British style.
The castle dates from the 14th century and according to legends, it is one of the most haunted castles in Britain.
On the Isle of Arran, a mile outside the main town, stands Brodick, a red sandstone castle.
The opposite of any tropical island, but with mesmerizing landscapes and a natural beauty, hard to find these days.
Yes, you are indeed in Scotland. Even though the scenery might have you to believe that you are somewhere in the Caribbeans.
No visit to London would be complete without spending some time in Trafalgar Square.
This is more than just a popular tourist destination - this is the only World Heritage Site of Northern Island.
The largest open space in London, covering almost 1,000 hectares (2,500 acres) and home to a huge array of wildlife.
Opened in 2004 by the Queen, this is a beautiful fountain in Hyde Park, built in the memory of Princess Diana.
Carbis Bay is a treasure waiting to be discovered, with a beautiful private and uncrowded beach.
This is one of the family of four Tate galleries and is the national gallery of international modern art.
One of the largest and comprehensive collections, with more than 7 million objects from all over the world, illustrating human culture, from its beginning until nowadays.
The Globe Theater in London has a very long history. Built for the first time in 1559 by Shakespeare's playing company, the theater could house up to 3,000 people in a three-storey open-air amphitheater about 30 m in diameter. Recent research indicates that a polygon of 20 sides outlined the interior of this original setting vs. the previous assumption of an octagonal shaped building. The angle of the perspective was drastically changed: while some people couldn't hear very well what was happening on scene, some others did not have a frontal view of the performance. Only 54 years after its opening, the Globe Theater was destroyed by a fire. One year later it was rebuilt and only another year later it was closed again by the Puritans. In 1644 the theater was pulled down. The Globe's Architecture was based on the Ancient Rome's Coliseum, the public being arranged in an amphitheatre. The initiative of rebuilding The Globe was Sarn Wanamaker's, an American producer, actor and directo