Britain's dream attractions

Thursday 11 February 2016

In recent research, we asked potential international visitors what their dream British attractions were. We thought we'd share the results with you, so we put together a top 5. What would be on your list? Tell us in the comments section, or let us know on Twitter @VisitBritain. 1. Buckingham Palace The Queen's residence during the week, Buckingham Palace was top of your list. Don't miss the changing of the guard! Buckingham Palace 2. View London from Shard / London Eye You like looking out over London from high up, and your favourite places to do it were the London Eye and the Shard. Good choices both. View from the Shard   London Eye 3. Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh's stunning castle, perched atop a giant basalt Rock, towers over the city. Great views and fascinating history put this third on your list. Edinburgh Castle 4. Wildlife spotting in the Scottish Highlands Mmm, breathe in that fresh Highland air! There's nothing quite like it, and seeing its majestic inhabitants in their natural environment is an experience not to be missed.

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  5. Shopping on London's Oxford Street The beating heart of London's central shopping district, shopping on Oxford Street was number five on your list of dream activities. Oxford Street For more UK travel information, explore the VisitBritain LoveWall

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