The United Kingdome (UK) is Great Britain and Northern Ireland is known for island Country. It is located off the Northwestern coast of mainland Europe. This country comprises the whole of the Island of Great Britain as first mentioned above and it contains England, Wales, and Scotland as well as the northern portion of the island of Ireland. When it comes to origins of the United Kingdom, it can be traced to the time of the Anglo-Saxon king Athelstan who has developed the UK with the allegiance of neighboring Celtic kingdoms and became the first king of the UK.

In order to know more about the UK and cities, it would be the best idea to visit its beautiful UK cities that are most visited by international visitors. Providing information for some of the most famous cities listed down may surprise you.


t is simply known as pop music, football club city as well as the most attractive places in the northwest of England with a rich industrial heritage. In this city, you can visit the most beautiful places such as Old Trafford, Science and Industry Museum, The Lowry, National Football Museum and so forth. It is the most visited city of the UK that comes at the top of the city.


This city is most famous for a maritime city located in northwest England, where the River Mersey meets the Irish Sea. It is also famously known for the Beatles and Ferries cruise that is the waterfront. It might be the iconic mercantile buildings known as the Three Graces Royal Liver Building, Cunard Building and Port of Liverpool Building that stand on the Pier Head.


This city is pretty famous in the UK that's because of the capital of the United Kingdom. It is known as the global city renowned for its museums, historic historical edifices, festivals, and multiple entertainments. Tourist can visit a panoramic view of the south bank cultural complex, and the entire city.


It is a famous city in the UK known for the combination of entrepreneurial daring and engineering. It comes with the multiple Industrial Revolution-era landmarks that speak to its 18th-century history as a manufacturing powerhouse. It is also home to a network of canals and by that way many of which radiate from Sherburne Wharf and are now lined with trendy cafes and bars.