5 places to visit in UK

The United Kingdom has so much to offer, that planning a trip there can get pretty overwhelming and confusing. Using Triphobo, a repository of user generated itineraries, you can easily sort your preferences and be the guide of your own trip. The United Kingdom has an opulent cultural as well as historical heritage which is evident from it’s prehistoric marvels like the Stonehenge and it’s cultural giants like Shakespeare and Beatles. Planning a trip to the UK? Hold on to this thought tightly, because you are now going to get convinced to book your tickets with the best vacation planner for UK. Have a glance at these awesome places in UK you can visit during July-


What’s there to not like about London! This marvellous city has a mild climate which is why it can be visited throughout the year. July is a favourable time in London due to the warmth of summer and is also the most popular time for tourists. Also, there are some festivals hosted in July in London that are a must visit-

Wireless- Ultimate summer festival held in Finsbury Park, Harringay(6th-8th July)

BBC Proms-Often described as World’s largest and most democratic music festival,held in Royal Albert Hall(Starts from 13th July)

British Summer Time-Summer Concert festival featuring renowned musicians like Roger Waters, The Cure, Eric Clapton, Michael Buble, Bruno Mars and Paul Simon, held in the Hyde park.


Located on the banks of River Cam, Cambridge is a perfect place to visit in the month of July as it is the warmest and least humid during that time of the year. These things are going to be a highlight of July 2018 in Cambridge-

Cambridge Summer Festival-If you are a fan of classic and traditional music, then this festival is for you!(5th-21st July)

Cambridge Shakespeare festival- Grab the opportunity of attending United Kingdom’s most adored Shakespeare festival(9th July-28th July)

The Big Weekend festival- This festival celebrates ethnic diversity by organising many crowd engaging activities and is hosted at the Parker’s Piece.(13th July-15th July)

The University of Cambridge. Bridge of Sighs, Church of St. Mary the Great, King’s Parade are some of the stunning attractions in Cambridge which can not be missed.


Located in North Wales, the Snowdonia climate is very maritime and hardly has any extreme weather conditions. It is a perfect place to spend your summer at. These are some things you can do in Snowdonia-

Mountaineering at Snowdon and Tryfan

Hiking in the Snowdonia National Park

Visiting the Conwy Castle


This capital city of Scotland has fine weather and lots of festivals during July, which is why it is advised to book your flight and hotel tickets in advance. These festivals add to the spirit of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh International Film Festival(20th June-1st July)

Edinburgh Jazz and Blues festival(13th July-22nd July)

Edinburgh Food festival

The Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile, Arthur’s Peak, St. Giles’ Cathedral, Mary king’s Close are some historical monuments in Edinburgh which should definitely be visited by every tourist.


Belfast, Northern Ireland is one of the most visited cities in the UK. July is the warmest time in Belfast and is also the time when some internationally renowned festivals are hosted-

Love Park


The Giant’s Causeway, Cliff Path Walk, Titanic Belfast, Belfast City Sightseeing tour, Crumlin Road Gaol, St. George’s Market are some popular attractions in Belfast.