Great Britain is a small island in northwestern Europe and a member of the European Union. It’s an ideal destination for holidays as many places to visit and things to do in the country.
So, on your next biking journey to the UK, let us highlight some of the sites you may visit and discover to enhance your vacation experience. But, before, don’t forget to get the affordable motorcycle insurance you can rely on to protect yourself against any unforeseen events.
Day 1 & 2- London
In the first two days in London, you can visit many great tourist attractions. The city also has plenty of museums, art galleries, parks, and cemeteries. In addition, tourists can take advantage of the public transport system to visit other cities nearby.
Day 3& 4 – Oxford and Cotswolds
This is a must-do itinerary for any traveler visiting the UK. With two days in Oxford and Cotswolds, you’ll have time to explore everything these historic towns and pretty countryside offer.
And we’re on hand with an inside line on all of our favorite things to do in Oxford and Cotswolds – from punting on the river to hiking amongst the rolling hills.
Day 5 & 6 – Peak District and Manchester
Spend two days in the Peak District, exploring the beauty of this part of England. Then, beginning in Oxford, head north towards the beautiful landscapes and villages of the national park before returning to London via Warwick Castle.
Manchester is worth visiting for its outstanding shopping and architectural wonders and rich music culture.
Day 7 & 8 – York
York is a great city to visit – it has a wealth of history and heritage (as you would expect in England), and it’s got great shopping, restaurants, and pubs. But, of course, the best way to see it all is on foot – the old city center is a tumbled-down maze of alleyways and streets, with some beautiful baroque architecture peeking through.
Day 9 & 10- Northumberland
Of all the regions of England, Northumberland is one of the most interested and interesting. Both Newcastle Upon Tyne and Durham are full of fascinating architecture and boast several historically significant sites. One can easily spend two days in these cities alone.
Day 11 & 12 – Ireland
Ireland is a place that is well worth visiting and indeed has some stunning scenery and attractions to see. It should be on one of your to-do lists and is among the most popular countries globally, having spent two weeks there as part of a road trip through Western Europe.
There are so many ways to see Ireland – we only used public transport (train and bus) – but riding your bike around would be even better if you have time. While we were there, we visited Dublin, Belfast, and Donegal.
Day 13& 14- South Wales and Cardiff
Two days in South Wales and Cardiff will bring you from the beautiful Pembrokeshire coast to the bustling city of Cardiff. You’ll be able to explore castles, historic buildings and more intriguing Welsh history.