Aberdeen is Scotland's third largest city and overlooks the North Sea. The city has plenty to offer with it's picturesque sea front, prestigious universities and venues to suit every need. Aberdeen has been nicknamed the oil capital of Europe after the discovery of North Sea oil in the 1970's. It is also referred to as the Silver City due to it's buildings incorporating locally quarried granite which sparkles like silver.
Birmingham is a major international commercial situated in the West Midlands. It is Britain's second largest city and certainly one of it's most happening, Birmingham enjoys a mixture of with beautifully restored Victorian buildings and gleaming new purpose built shopping centres and galleries. As you venture through the streets of Birmingham you will discover picturesque canals, attractions and cruises.
Cardiff has been the capital of Wales since only 1955 and has embraced the role with vigour, emerging in the new millennium as one of Britain's leading urban centres. The capital thrives with bars, restaurants and fantastic live music venues. The city has lots to see including castles, galleries, museums and picturesque parks and gardens.
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Edinburgh is Scotland's capital city and home to Maximillion's headquarters. Situated up high in the buzzing city centre is the world famous Edinburgh castle. The popular Scottish destination has lots to offer including museums and galleries, gardens, monuments and shopping complexes. The summer months are buzzing with crowds who have travelled from all over the world to soak up the Edinburgh Fringe.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, and the fourth largest in the United Kingdom. Glasgow is one of Europe's most vibrant and dynamic cities. It offers a blend of museums and galleries, fantastic shopping, vibrant night life and a diverse array of function venues.
Situated in the west of Yorkshire, Leeds offers a variety of natural and built landmarks. The dynamic city offers superb shopping and galleries and museums.
London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom. Standing on the river Thames, London has been a major settlement for two millennia. London is a leading global city and international business hub. The city has lots to offer including shopping, theatre, monuments and museums and galleries. London is vibrant and rich in culture.
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Situated in the North West of England, Manchester is fringed by the Pennines and the Cheshire Plain. The city centre is vibrant and dynamic offering a blend of museums and galleries and famous shopping at it's Trafford Centre. We also cannot forget Manchester iconic football clubs.
Newcastle is buzzing with guests visiting landmarks such as the Angel of the North and St James' Park which is home to Newcastle United.
Perth is a city located in central Scotland and on the banks of the River Tay. Perth has the best of both worlds offering a electric buzz throughout the city and close distance to beautiful countryside. Perth offers a prestigious racecourse and Scone Palace, home to the 80's Rewind Festival.
St Andrews is known as the home of golf. The picturesque town welcomes guests from all over the world to tee off on the world class golf course. The seaside town has lots to offer with shopping, an aquarium and lively bars and restaurants.
A beautiful city in the central belt of Scotland, Stirling is nicknamed the gateway to the Highlands. Stirling has lots to offer including historical sites such as Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and Bannockburn. Guests can experience the city buzz whilst being on the doorstep of some of the most beautiful countryside in Scotland.