Attraction Guides

Britain is home to some of the most iconic and instantly recognizable visitor attractions accross the globe; from Big Ben and Buckingham Palace  in London, to Stonehenge in the Wiltshire countryside or one of the many historic castles, manor houses and cathedrals that punctuate the hillsides and cityscapes of England, Scotland and Wales.

It is experiencing these world-class attractions which make a tour of England, vacation of Scotland or trip to Wales so rewarding and memorable. Many natural attractions and national museums are free to enter but other charge an entry – either way, on an adeo Travel escorted tour of Britain we’ll include a number of admissions in advance, whilst for our self-guided Britain driving tours and rail tours of Britain we can offer a range of sightseeing passes and admission passes offering excellent value for our overseas guest!

So whether it’s touring Cardiff Castle, wandering the grounds of Chatsworth House, climbing the steeple of York Minster, enjoying the view from Edinburgh Castle, experiencing the monoliths of Stonehenge or uncovering the mysteries of the Tower of London, use our listing below to decide where you want to visit and contact us to help you plan and book an unforgettable tour of Britain!

Buckingham Palace

Going hand-in-hand with the term ‘Great Britain’, Buckingham Palace is home to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and is undoubtedly one of the world’s most famous buildings. Located in the...

Read the guide

Cardiff Castle

One of Wales' most popular visitor attractions, Cardiff Castle is the centre-piece of the Welsh capital city, home to Roman and Norman heritage not to mention a gloriously opulent mock...

Read the guide

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle is one of Britain's most popular tourist attractions and is inextricably linked with Scottish history. Perched 400 feet over the city on a long extinct volcanic rock, it...

Read the guide

Roman Baths

Steeped in history, the 2000 year old Roman Baths are a must-see for anyone visiting the elegant city of Bath. Located in the unique and quintessentially English town of Bath,...

Read the guide


An icon of England, Stonehenge is a magnificent prehistoric site that is instantly recognized the world over but remains shrouded in mystery and whilst dating back to 3000 BC continues...

Read the guide

The Cotswolds

Located in the heart of England, the Cotswolds region also represents the quintessential image of the English countryside, a rural haven of gently rolling hills, patchwork landscapes and charming cobbled...

Read the guide

The Lake District

Possibly England's most celebrated region of natural beauty, the Lake District is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes of towering peaks and graceful lakes which have inspired artists and poets alike....

Read the guide

Tintagel Castle

Clinging to the craggy cliffs of the North Cornish coast, Tintagel Castle, makes for a dramatic and romantic castle ruin which is steeped in ancient myths and legends of King...

Read the guide

Westminster Abbey

Since its construction in the 11th century Westminster Abbey has played a pivotal role in the history and heritage of London and Britain as a whole, home to the crowning...

Read the guide

York Minster

Dominating the skyline of the city, York Minster is one of the grandest cathedrals in Britain and indeed is one of the largest Gothic buildings in Europe. Located at the...

Read the guide