Bucket list places in the UK for 2023

Last Updated on 6 months ago by Nicky Johnson

Traveling with your partner has many benefits. It can help you create memories for a lifetime, build your trust in one another, learn how to compromise, and ultimately, it’ll be a lot of fun! Below, we explore some bucket list places in the UK for you to enjoy with your partner. 

The Roman Baths

Roman Baths London

Bath is a beautiful city, packed with ornate architecture and with rolling countryside in the background. What’s more, it features sublime Roman Baths.

These baths have been used ever since the Roman occupation in 60AD and they can offer you a glimpse into an ancient world. 

Lake Windermere

Lake Windermere is the UK’s largest lake, spanning almost 15k in length and 219ft in depth. With tranquil, clear blue waters and the surrounding Lake District to relax in, a trip to Lake Windermere can make for a natural getaway. 

You can spend your day walking up a mountain and then relax in one of the many pubs for the evening. A perfect way to spend your day.

The London Eye

When you visit London, you can never do everything you want to in one visit. But with the London Eye, you can at least see everything in one go.

Europe’s tallest Ferris wheel gives you a spectacular view of the city and the House of Parliament in particular. Just check your local train times to London and hop over to tick off the London Eye! 

Along with an array of places to eat and cuisines from all around the world, going to London can be very enjoyable if you take the stress out of it and plan ahead. 

Hadrian’s Wall

Hadrian’s Wall is a stunning landmark dating all the way back to 122AD when Emperor Hadrian commanded that a frontier be created in England to separate the Romans from the peoples further north. The wall spans 73 miles and stands as a testament to the enduring impact of Roman rule. You can visit any part of this to gaze at ancient history. 

Giant’s Causeway

Giant’s Causeway is one of the most spectacular sights in Northern Ireland. These Polygonal rocks by the sea look otherworldly and by visiting them you can see nature in its most unusual form. 

A trip over to Northern Ireland can also include a trip to Belfast to see the many sites, along with a pint of Guinness of course. 


The winding streets of York are filled with unmissable Georgian architecture and mystery. This walled city has been around for thousands of years and can provide an exciting, atmospheric getaway that feels unique among many cities in the UK.

Taking a stroll down the shambles and walking around the walls can help you see a different side of the city

There are plenty of bucket list destinations you can reach without traveling abroad. Just pick any of the options above, and you’ll be all set for an inspiring and breath-taking trip with your partner, or by yourself.