Fly British Airways.
As Great Britain basks in the glow of major royal events, plus new attraction and hotel offerings post-Olympics, there's rarely been a better time to hop across the pond. Seize Travelzoo-exclusive fall and winter savings aboard British Airways, which services more than 20 U.S. gateways.Learn More
Rediscover global icons.
... as Shakespeare famously wrote. Britain's players are larger than life. Mark the Bard's 450th birthday in Stratford-upon-Avon, see Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes come to life at 221B Baker Street in London or go on a magical mystery tour to The Beatles Story in Liverpool. To visit Britain is to chart centuries of culture.Learn More
Peek into the past.
Evidence of Britain's illustrious past is everywhere -- there are 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including a mysterious prehistoric monument in Stonehenge, edifices of the Roman Empire in Bath and a medieval fortress in Edinburgh. Want to feel like royalty? Hike to a hilltop castle and contemplate the view of your "kingdom" below.Learn More
From epic to atmospheric.
Among the rolling green meadows and thatched cottages of the British countryside lies amazing diversity. Highlights include the atmospheric beauty of the Scottish Highlands, seen in the most recent James Bond movie "Skyfall," and the epic landscapes of glacially sculpted valleys in Snowdonia, Wales.Learn More
Be a childhood hero.
Britain is a land of family-friendly storybook settings. From a tour of Harry Potter movie sets (pictured), to the Lake District landscapes that inspired Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit tales, or a celebration of the 50th anniversary of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory in Roald Dahl's home town -- no golden tickets are required.Learn More