26 Of The Most Beautiful And Famous Landmarks In The UK!

There is other parts of the country are equally as beguiling and filled with ruined castles, charming towns, beautiful man-made sights, and other notable monuments and buildings. 

This super tall structure has plenty to offer to its visitors. At levels 68, 69, or 72 you can see the most famous attractions from the viewing platforms.

The Shard in London

The Giant’s Causeway is 18 miles of coastline made up of perfectly interconnected polygonal basalt columns. Legend has it that the Causeway was built by warring giants.

Giant’s Causeway

This beautiful old site is an Instagrammer’s dream with its Gothic arches and Romanesque towers. It was built by King David I in the 1100s.

Jedburgh Abbey, Scotland

The castle is a medieval castle dating from the 13th century and was built by Gilbert de Clare. Caerphilly is the second largest castle in the UK, after Windsor Castle.

Caerphilly Castle

Spanning 1000 feet long and 100 feet high, the viaduct is located among the beautiful scenery of the Highlands just outside the small village of Glenfinnan.

Glenfinnan Viaduct

One of the most iconic landmarks in the UK. It was built in the 19th century, and was at the time one of the most impressive suspension bridges in the world!

Tower Bridge in London

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