Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland.
Discover #OMGB moments: Countryside
Taking in Scotland’s unmistakable landscapes, boarding the Hogwarts Express, or taking afternoon tea like Downton Abbey’s Dowager Countess, you couldn’t be anywhere other than Britain! Our enormous range of diverse landscapes opens up every opportunity for adventure, or simply the perfect selfie…
Choose from our top British moments
Downton Abbey was filmed at Highclere Castle, one of the finest occupied stately homes in England. When ‘the real Downton Abbey’ is open to the public, you’ll recognise Lord Grantham’s library, the Drawing Room, and the grand staircase in the Saloon.
Get a 007-worthy view of London’s key sights and the countryside spreading out beyond as you soar through the skies in a helicopter.
Scotland is packed with scenic driving routes, and the National Tourist Routes are a great place to start.
Britain’s largest protected wetland has long been a boating destination. Tucked away in East England, the Norfolk Broads is a series of rivers and broads (lakes) lined by rustling reeds and arched over by a huge sky.