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The UK has a broad and diverse array of cities, scenery and things to do - so make the most of it.

It may only be a tiny little island – or collection of tiny little islands – when compared to back home, but the UK has breadth and depth that belies its size and extends far beyond just London. The beauty of the coastline in the south, the Lake District in the north west, the lochs and mountains of Scotland, the cultural rejuvenation of the north of England, and cities all blessed with their own unique personality, history and culture – the UK has it all.

Best for sport: Manchester

For a long time, one team in Manchester was dominant - Alex Ferguson’s Man United were the biggest, best, most successful team in the now Premier League. Then Sheikh Mansour dropped billions into Man City’s coffers and a new generation of rivalry began. While Ferguson may have dubbed them the ‘noisy neighbours’, the two are now on far more of an even pegging. Take an Old Trafford tour to hear about the Red Devils’ past or visit the Etihad up the road to discover history in the making. (manutd.com / mcfc.co.uk)

Best for shopping: Leeds

Often referred to as the ‘Knightsbridge of the north’ for its abundance of designer stores and shops in the Victorian Quarter - Selfridges, Vivienne Westwood and the first HarveyNichols out of London to name but a few - this Yorkshire city is a must for those keen on retail therapy. Afterwards you can sit back, relax and reward yourself with a well-earned cocktail and dinner at one of the many restaurants and bars of the bustling Financial Quarter. (visitleeds.co.uk)


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