Popular Cities in United Kingdom - Page 2

Top cities in United Kingdom, page 2, based on popularity among TravBuddy members.

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Preston #101 most popular location
Preston was only recently awarded the city status but Preston is the commercial and administrative centre in Lancashire. Situated at the heart of the County, Preston is a busy, thriving town.…
196travelers 3reviews 3blogs
Gateshead #102 most popular location
30travelers 8reviews 2blogs
Aviemore #103 most popular location
A small yet beautiful area of the Highlands. Not much in the way of big tourist attractions, but there is skiing (when it snows), hiking (when it doesn't) and lots of wildlife. Breathta…
6travelers 5reviews 8blogs
Berwick-Upon-Tweed #104 most popular location
Berwick-upon-Tweed is the northernmost town in England and only 2.5 miles from the Scottish/English Border, though it was originally part of Scotland - it has passed hands back and forth betw…
9travelers 3reviews 2blogs
Looe #105 most popular location
1travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Poole #106 most popular location
Poole is a coastal city in south-west England part of the conurbation with Bournemouth and Christchurch in Dorset County. Poole is an historic harbour city which is easily noticed by its rela…
71travelers 4reviews 2blogs
Doncaster #107 most popular location
95travelers 7reviews 1blogs
Gloucester #108 most popular location
57travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Dartmouth #109 most popular location
Dartmouth is a beautiful town situated on the mouth of the river dart,with its busting marina and posh restraunts,a few of which are run by celebrity chefs,it makes Dartmouth a popular destin…
7travelers 6reviews
Drumnadrochit #110 most popular location
Drumnadrochit is a town on the shore of Loch Ness, 15 miles from Inverness and one of the main tourist destinations looking for a Loch Ness monster. It has two tourist centres devoted to the …
2travelers 8reviews 4blogs
Wells #111 most popular location
Wells is a tiny city in the English county of Somerset. It is near both Bristol and Bath. It is very pretty, and has a stunning cathedral with one of the world's oldest working clocks. There…
12travelers 5reviews 6blogs
Kendal #112 most popular location
Kendal is an old market town located within the county of Cumbria, North England near to the Lake District and is often referred to as the 'southern gateway to the Lakes'. It is probably most…
33travelers 6reviews 2blogs
Richmond #113 most popular location
Richmond, North Yorkshire, the first of all Richmonds Richmond is an historic market town in North Yorkshire, with a Norman castle, Georgian architecture, cobbled market place (said to be …
27travelers 7reviews 4blogs
Darlington #114 most popular location
As the 'The Gateway to Tees Valley', the town of Darlington is in County Durham in the North East of England. Darlington is close to The Pennines and Cleveland Hills, the North York Moors…
61travelers 8reviews 2blogs
Caernarfon #115 most popular location
8travelers 10reviews 2blogs
Dorchester #116 most popular location
13travelers 2reviews 2blogs
Douglas #117 most popular location
2travelers 2reviews
Colchester #118 most popular location
Colchester is England's oldest recorded town, and is in the North of Essex. The castle is one of the best preserved Norman keeps in England, although it has lost a lot of the outbuildings an…
143travelers 5reviews
Wirral #119 most popular location
The Wirral peninsular is located in the North West region of England in the county of Merseyside. As a peninsular, Wirral has water on three sides, The River Mersey to the East, The Irish Sea…
80travelers 3blogs
Chesterfield #120 most popular location
While the term “market town” might not hold any significance to most Americans, to Europeans and especially residents of the UK it still holds a special place in their hearts. Market town…
66travelers 2reviews 12blogs
Minehead #121 most popular location
5travelers 1reviews 1blogs
St Andrews #122 most popular location
1travelers 1reviews
Halifax #123 most popular location
'Halifax, Huddersfield, Bradford Leeds - weave the wool that goes in tweeds' young children used to chant but Halifax was named in a more desperate adult saying - 'from Hell, Hull and Halifax…
61travelers 14reviews
Llangollen #124 most popular location
Overlooked by Castell Dinas Bran - Llangollen is a small touristy town in Denbighshire, North Wales. The river Dee runs through the middle of the town and there is a railway situated by the b…
4travelers 3reviews 3blogs
Slough #125 most popular location
Slough is a large industrial town situated in the South East of England. It has quick links to more popular tourist destinations such as Windsor and Central London. Some people may recognize …
44travelers 1reviews
Betws-y-coed #126 most popular location
Betws-y-Coed is the principal village of the Snowdonia National Park. Covering more than 800 square miles, the park is a region of haunting beauty and grandeur, of wild rocky mountains, hidde…
1reviews
Dumfries #127 most popular location
Dumfries is the principal town in South West (Scotland). A more traditional administrative status is principal town of Dumfriesshire, but this changed in 1974. Further back, it was two towns,…
14travelers 4reviews 3blogs
Heathrow #128 most popular location
Heathrow Airport, is UK's and Europe's biggest airport, and also one of the biggest airports in the world alongside JFK in New York. Based 20km west of central London, Heathrow is expanding r…
9travelers 6reviews 38blogs
Portrush #129 most popular location
2travelers 2reviews 2blogs
Ross-on-Wye #130 most popular location
Ross-on-Wye is a small market town on the river Wye. It has a church, some pleasant parks and walks by the river, and lots of medieval buildings. Markets are still held in the historic cove…
8travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Portree #131 most popular location
Portree is the "capital" town of the Isle of Skye, Scotland Portree is a small town - almost everything is only 5 minutes walk away. You may want to take a bus to the Co-op supremarket o…
5travelers 4reviews 6blogs
Truro #132 most popular location
45travelers 1blogs
Aberystwyth #133 most popular location
Aberystwyth .English: Mouth of the River Ystwyth, is a historic market town, administrative centre and holiday resort within Ceredigion, Wales. It is often colloquially known as Aber, and is …
40travelers 2reviews 1blogs
Glastonbury #134 most popular location
A land steeped in magic and myth, Glastonbury is believed by some, to be the Isle of Apples, Ynis Witrin, the Land of Youth...Avalon. Tradition says Jesus once visited the holy place and that…
32travelers 4reviews 11blogs
King's Lynn #135 most popular location
King's Lynn is a good example for a formerly important English harbour which has lost its importance in the past centuries. That means that it has several monuments reminding of a past glory …
7travelers 4reviews
Loughborough #136 most popular location
Loughborough is a town within the Charnwood borough of Leicestershire, England. It is the second largest settlement in Leicestershire after Leicester, is the seat of Charnwood Borough Council…
74travelers 3reviews
Warrington #137 most popular location
Warrington is a modern up and coming town only prevented from city status due to not having a cathedral. Situated between Liverpool and Manchester the town is easily accessible with an effici…
100travelers 3reviews
Folkestone #138 most popular location
Folkestone is a resort town on the south coast of Kent, England, traditionally known as "The Garden Coast". Situated at the foot of the North Downs, the town has stunning views of the surroun…
26travelers 2blogs
Bushmills #139 most popular location
2reviews 6blogs
High Wycombe #140 most popular location
81travelers 2reviews 3blogs
Lancaster #141 most popular location
Lancaster, on the county border with a background of the Lake District, an old town with cobbled streets and intriguing passages. With its history based on its port and canal, Lancaster has…
100travelers 6reviews 1blogs
Salford #142 most popular location
Salford is a city in Greater Manchester - many visitors do not realise they are in a separate city from Manchester itself when they visit. After decades of decline, it has been the focus of …
11travelers 5reviews
Ullapool #143 most popular location
Ullapool is a small town of about 1300 inhabitants. This small town which owns its money by fishing was found in 1788. Ullapool can be called a very musical town. There are several music f…
1travelers 3reviews 1blogs
Cirencester #144 most popular location
Cirencester is in the Cotswolds, an area well known for its natural beauty. There is a church that is almost totally obscured by its own enormous stone gateway, and a recently refurbished mu…
21travelers 5reviews 1blogs
Bury St. Edmunds #145 most popular location
21travelers 1blogs
Wakefield #146 most popular location
Wakefield is a city sitting within West Yorkshire on the River Calder. Home to the historic Wakefield Cathedral, Wakefield is a vibrant city with a local theatre and busy night life. It h…
57travelers 15reviews 1blogs
Huddersfield #147 most popular location
Huddersfield is the largest town in England near the confluence of the River Colne and the River Holme. Located within the historic county boundaries of the West Riding of Yorkshire, it has a…
109travelers 5reviews 11blogs
Bangor #148 most popular location
Bangor today has a population of well over 55,000 and has become a seaside dormitory town for Belfast, 12 miles to the west along Belfast Lough. The town has a long and cultured history, bein…
46travelers 1reviews
Buxton #149 most popular location
Buxton is a Spa town in the county of Derbyshire, England and is often described as 'the gateway to the Peak District National Park' and is most famous for its fabulous Spa water, which in my…
22travelers 6reviews 2blogs
Matlock #150 most popular location
Matlock is the county town of Derbyshire, England, United Kingdom. It is situated at the south eastern edge of the Peak District, and is twinned with the French town Eaubonne. Matlock Bath li…
12travelers 1reviews
Chelmsford #151 most popular location
Chelmsford is the County Town of Essex. There is a small university, Anglia Ruskin, which also has a campus at Cambridge, but Chelmsford does not really have the atmosphere of a student town…
93travelers 4reviews 1blogs
Brixham #152 most popular location
Brixham is the baby town of a crescent we called torbay,but compared to its neighbours paignton and torquay,it has the most character. Brixham is a small picturesque town which although is…
11travelers 19reviews 2blogs
Guildford #153 most popular location
Guildford is the capital city of Surrey, not far from London situated on the river Wey. Train links are very good, which is probably the reason why many people commute. Guildford town cen…
128travelers 1reviews
Middlesbrough #154 most popular location
Middlesbrough is a large town in the Tees Valley sub-region of the North East of England. It is the largest and most populous settlement within the borough of Middlesbrough, which encompasses…
106travelers 29reviews 2blogs
Stansted #155 most popular location
Stansted is nothing more than a little average english town more reknown for its airport, connected with London by coach and train, which acts as a hub for many low-cost air companies such as…
4travelers 7reviews 6blogs
Lowestoft #156 most popular location
24travelers 1reviews
Ashford #157 most popular location
Ashford in Kent is situated roughly and hour and half’s drive from London and 45 minutes from the Channel crossing in Dover. It’s an up and coming town that up until recently had no re…
25travelers 1reviews
Conwy #158 most popular location
Conwy is a small town in Wales, surrounded by an medieval city wall, and guarded by an enormous castle, which is mostly intact. Conwy’s castle is part of a Unesco World Heritage Site that i…
15travelers 5reviews 4blogs
Banbury #159 most popular location
33travelers 1reviews 2blogs
Dunfermline #160 most popular location
21travelers 2reviews 2blogs
Wolverhampton #161 most popular location
In the heart of the West Midlands, 2 hours by train from London's Euston station, sits Wolverhampton. You will often hear it referred to as Wolves especially when discussing Football (Soccer…
129travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Hartlepool #162 most popular location
36travelers 22reviews 2blogs
Grasmere #163 most popular location
4travelers 3reviews 14blogs
Bakewell #164 most popular location
Bakewell is a small town situated in the Peak District, Derbyshire. It is in the 'Dark Peak' region of the National Park, and the second largest settlement in the Peak District after Buxton t…
5travelers 8reviews 1blogs
Camden Town #165 most popular location
Camden Town is an inner city district in northwest London, England. Camden is home to the ever famous Camden Markets. Camden is well-known for its markets, Camden Lock market proper started …
25travelers 9reviews 4blogs
Royal Tunbridge Wells #166 most popular location
Royal Tunbridge Wells, located just 30 miles south of London, is surrounded by glorious Kent countryside. In Georgian times, this historic spa town gained a reputation as the place to see an…
18travelers 5reviews
Warminster #167 most popular location
6travelers 6reviews
Ventnor #168 most popular location
Ventnor is one of the major commercial towns of the Isle of Wight. It's also home to the orange beaches, and home to one of the world's most famous botanical gardens. Most commercial establis…
4travelers 2reviews 1blogs
Bedford #169 most popular location
97travelers 1reviews
Saint Andrews #170 most popular location
St Andrews holds a special place in Scotland's history. It takes its name from the Apostle whose relics, legend tells us, were brought to this place in antiquity by St Rule. Scotland later ad…
28travelers 16reviews 8blogs
Loch Ness #171 most popular location
Loch Ness is Scotland's (if not the world's) most famous lake (or 'loch' in Scotland). It runs for 23 miles (37 km) along the natural geological cleft that stretches from Fort William in the …
20travelers 5blogs
Greenwich #172 most popular location
29travelers 10reviews 9blogs
Llanberis #173 most popular location
Llanberis is a former slate quarrying village in Gwynedd, North Wales, on the southern bank of the lake Llyn Padarn and at the foot of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and England. It i…
2travelers 10reviews 4blogs
Worthing #174 most popular location
55travelers 1reviews
Burford #175 most popular location
2reviews
Southend on Sea #176 most popular location
Southend-on-Sea is a part of Essex down in the South East of England. Its main claim to fame is that it is home to the world’s longest pier extending into the sea at a whopping 1.34 miles!!…
56travelers 2reviews 2blogs
Aylesbury #177 most popular location
Aylesbury...a square miles of rolling countryside, the lively market town since 13th century, makes up a whole by modern shopping areas. A lot to offers, historic houses, beautiful countrysid…
47travelers 2reviews 13blogs
South Shields #178 most popular location
South Shields is a coastal town in Tyne and Wear, England, located at the mouth of the River Tyne, and about 10 miles (16 km) downstream from Newcastle upon Tyne. The town has a population of…
25travelers 4reviews 1blogs
Lynton #179 most popular location
1reviews
Rugby #180 most popular location
52travelers 1reviews
Watford #181 most popular location
110travelers 2reviews 3blogs
Dunoon #182 most popular location
Dunoon is a small, quaint town situated on the banks of the Firth of Clyde. Isolated and accessible by a short ferry ride via Gourock and Greenock it provides an ideal location for Glaswegian…
2travelers 2reviews
Pickering #183 most popular location
2travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Morecambe #184 most popular location
Morecambe is a small seaside town very close to Lancaster in England. It is famous for its beach, and the views out across Morecambe Bay to the Lake District. The town has a recently restored…
11travelers 1blogs
Lake District #185 most popular location
The Lake District in Cumbria is home to England's: largest lake, Windermere; arguably steepest road, The Hardknott Pass; and tallest mountain, Scafell Pike 978m. Situated in the North-West of…
46travelers 8reviews 20blogs
Knutsford #186 most popular location
6travelers 2reviews
Bolton #187 most popular location
95travelers 1reviews 2blogs
Bourton-on-the-Water #188 most popular location
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Rye #189 most popular location
When you're in need of a treat or want to escape the pressures of modern life, come to Rye in the East Sussex countryside, in the south east of England. Perched on a hill, overlooking the …
5travelers 1reviews 2blogs
Stamford #190 most popular location
There a was a Roman settlement at a ford at the river Welland which later developed into an Aglo-Saxon town. At the time of the Danelaw, the Danes made Stamford one of their five fortifies ci…
13travelers 25reviews 2blogs
Burton upon Trent #191 most popular location
11travelers 3reviews
Blairgowrie #192 most popular location
2travelers 1reviews
Barrow-In-Furness #193 most popular location
Barrow in Furness is a small industrial town in the North of England, on the edge of the Lake District. Originally known for its iron foundries and ship building, it is now best known as the …
16travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Brecon #194 most popular location
Brecon is popular as a holiday destination, being on the northern edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park, affording among the best views of the Brecon Beacons themselves, a range of hills, …
8travelers 3blogs
Ashbourne #195 most popular location
6travelers 3reviews 1blogs
Carmarthen #196 most popular location
Carmarthen has a number of surviving heritage attractions including the Roman amphitheatre and the castle. The Gwili Railway, a section of the former railway line to Aberystwyth, has also bee…
17travelers 1reviews
Abingdon #197 most popular location
8travelers 1reviews
Prestwick #198 most popular location
Prestwick is a town in Ayrshire, South West Scotland. It hosted the first ever Open Championship golf tournament and is most also known as the only place in the UK ever visited by Elvis Presl…
6travelers 1reviews
Bognor Regis #199 most popular location
Bognor Regis is a seaside resort town and civil parish in the Arun District of West Sussex, England. The nearby villages of Felpham, briefly home to the poet William Blake, and Aldwick are no…
23travelers 2reviews 3blogs
Margate #200 most popular location
11travelers 3reviews 2blogs