UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Having checked the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites attributed to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, we found we had visited a number of them.

Visited

Some were easy to visit as they are in the London area and we are London based.

Others were further away.

Not yet visited

Although we’ve been to a lot, there are a number of places we haven’t visited. Some are relatively easy to visit and some we’ve tried to visit without success.

We did try to visit Bath once, but found we couldn’t park so ended up visiting nearby Wells instead.

We’ve also seen Stonehenge from a distance, but have yet to visit the tourist attraction. Similarly we have seen the Forth bridge but not been on it.

The list includes some places we will never visit. Remote islands, especially those inaccessible and untouched by a human presence, are never going to happen.

But Bermuda? (Why is that under UK sites?*) Now there’s an idea……

*Bermuda is a British island territory in the North Atlantic Ocean known for its pink-sand beaches, so it’s UNESCO site is included as a UK site.

Caernarfon Castle - photo by Juliamaud
Caernarfon Castle – photo by Juliamaud

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